Living with Disability Services and Costs

Disabled

The Living with Disability team can help you get access to all the support services you need, and at no charge.

A physical disability can indeed be hard, as it makes you realise how you can no longer do what used to seem like the simplest of things, such as walking upstairs, taking a bath of shower, or even getting up the step to your front door.

If you visit a site like http://www.obam.co.uk/ then they can at least help you with many of these issues, as they provide a wide range of stairlifts, wheelchair lifts, hoists and bathlifts, ramps and even public access lifts to help you get around both at home and at work.

You might be pleasantly surprised to see that almost every scenario and type of house is covered, and what a difference it could make to you, whether you have a minor disability or a more serious one.  

Costs are rising

Keeping information up to date and online can cost the earth. We are are very grateful for all of the free time our volunteers offer. We would like to thank the following companies for helping with our web presence and making this site a reality.

Benedict who you all know gives his time and services for free making sure JMU is found in the search engines; we know he is very busy and would remind every one that he runs a business and cannot be at our beck and call, many thanks Ben you are a star.

We would also like to thanks ACE Hosting (acehostingsolutions.co.uk
) for their free server thing.

Making friends is hard!

Friends and relationships are an important part of growing up. As you get older our relationships with people grow and we can choose the people we spend time with. There will be some people that you like more than others and some who you don’t like at all – it‘s your choice!

Friends are important part of life and develop over time. Friends are there to share good times, bad times, offer support, advice and have lots of laughs and fun with too!

How to make friends
Top Tips for Feeling Confident
Relationships
Your Friends

Here we can also give advice on health and your money BUT please ask a parent or carer for advice if you are not sure about anything contained in the website.

 

 

Useful Links

 


Please Note This website has nothing to do with the old JMU Access website.For more information regarding JMU London please contact them directly at 105 Judd Street, London, WC1H 9NE, or on 0207 391 2002.  For further information or a quote for exactly what you need complete our Enquiry Form, or call us now.