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Disability Information & Advice

Impartial advice and information on a range of disability related matters

Ideal for All aims to provide disabled people and carers with impartial information, advice and support that will enable them to make informed choices about disability matters that affect them.

In this section, you will find links to resources and websites that offer information on a range of disability issues. (Please note that we cannot be held responsible for the content of external websites.)

You may find it useful to join one of our Peer Support Groups – they offer a valuable source of information, shared experiences, and mutual self-help.


Useful Links

  • GOV.UK – government information on disabled people’s rights, benefits, carers and the Equality Act
  • Disability Rights UK - charity run by and for disabled people
  • Citizens Advice - free advice on legal, money and other problems
  • Skills for Care - practical tools and support for employers of social care workers
  • Business Disability Forum – provides members with pragmatic support
  • Routes 2 Wellbeing - health and wellbeing services in Sandwell
  • National Union of Students – information for disabled students
  • Evenbreak is an AAA accessible specialist job board that helps disabled candidates find work opportunities with employers who will value their skills. It's free to register and candidates can set up job alerts for the kind of role they are looking for


Welfare Rights Advice Surgery

Our welfare rights advisers can:

  • Give you free, confidential, impartial advice and support on a range of welfare benefits
  • Help you to complete claim forms
  • Offer guidance and support when making appeals.

If we cannot help, we will provide contact details of other agencies that may be able to assist you. 


If you can’t find what you’re looking for, or would like to speak to us about a specific issue, you can call us on 0121 558 5555 or send us an email.

Opening quotation mark image After having great difficulty getting other services to help me, I was amazed to find there is a service like this in Sandwell that works to give disabled people the information they need."

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