Useful Links

Charities

Back Up Trust: Back Up transforming lives after Spinal Cord Injury

Back Up Trust: Back Up transforming lives after Spinal Cord Injury

Help for Heroes:  Raises money to support members of the Armed Forces who have been wounded in the service of their country.

Help for Heroes: Raises money to support members of the Armed Forces who have been wounded in the service of their country.

Regain: The Trust For Sports Tetraplegics.

Wheels for Wellbeing: A charity which supports disabled people to cycle in London.

WheelPower: Transforming lives through sport. Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Guttmann Road, Stoke Mandeville. Bucks. HP21 9PP Tel: 01296 395995

Equipment

Disabled Gear: The clear and user friendly website for buying and selling 2nd hand disability equipment.

Extreme Chairing: The name says it all.

Handcycling.co.uk: A great place to explore handcycling and view the latest bikes, lots of first-hand accounts from experienced handcyclists, a selection of trusted suppliers that we personally recommend & an opportunity to find new routes in your area, and share your favourites

Forums

Apparelyzed: Spinal Cord Injury Peer support

Information & Directories

Ableize: Disability, mobility and health care directory of disabled special needs and mobility services.

Disability Help Scotland

Disability Help Scotland: Disabled website with help for people with some kind of disability.

Sia: Spinal Injuries Association

The Accessible Planet: The Accessible Planet .com was initially founded and launched by Scott Smith (BHONS) and Robin Surgeoner (MBE), both wheelchair users who have first hand experience and understanding of accessability – and how important having easy access is. The overall aim is to provide a platform for businesses and people to meet – everyone who uses a wheelchair or has limited mobility has to ensure everything is accessible – making this easy to find is our vision.

Merchandise

Trabasack: Award-winning Lap Desk and Travel Bag.

Active Hands: Active Hands gripping aids could allow you to take part in activities you never thought possible.

Magazines

Able Magazine: The UKs Favourite Disability Magazine – Your source for disability news

New Mobility: The magazine for active wheelchair users

Sport

Rough Riderz: The country’s only four wheeled downhill MTB club, formed to help disabled and able-bodied riders participate in the UK’s newest extreme sport.

Rolling Round: Travels in a Wheelchair – the journeys of two people in Australia, Ian who is in a wheelchair as the result of a motorcycle accident and his wife Sue.

Hobbies and Activities

Wildlife Watching Supplies: All you need to get closer to the wildlife. Designed and developed by wildlife photographer Kevin Keatley.

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