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These organisations offer help and support to those who have suffered a serious personal injury and their families.
Website for Aphasia victims who want to learn more about this invisible disability.
Association Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice
Provides details of therapists by region and condition.
T 0870 241 3357 | asltip.co.uk
T 020 8977 6474 | backcare.org.uk
Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
T 0207 306 6666 | csp.org.uk
The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists
T 020 7234 8620 | scpod.org
T 0845 160 1111 | hyphenlaw.co.uk
T 0845 456 4566 | motability.co.uk
Princess Royal Trust for Carers
T 0207480 7788 | email@example.com
Provides assessment, training and development programmes that enable people with disabilities to break into the work force.
T 020 8896 2333 | rehabuk.org
Relate (National Marriage Guidance)
T 01788 573 241 | relate.org.uk
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
T 020 7378 1200 | firstname.lastname@example.org | rcslt.org
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF)
Talking Books (Calibre Audio Library)
T 01296 432 339 | calibre.org.uk
The Talking Bookshop
T 020 7486 7040 | audiobooks.co.uk
Vocational Rehabilitation Association (VRA)
T 0560 226 4502 | vrassociationuk.com