What’s Happening

Useful Information

Can logo


Click here to take you to a new website to help people find local advice agencies. A new telephone adviceline has also been launched 08442 451282.

Yellow pages


Click here for the latest version of the Directory of Services 2014. If there are any groups or organisations missing please click here to send an email.


Sibs logo


Click here for information about Sibs an organisation that supports siblings of disabled children and adults.


Sports directory


Click here to go to the Disability Sports DirectoryBradford Disability Sport Directory, a really useful directory of sports activities for people with disabilities.



Connect to SupportClick here to go to Connect to Support. A website to help you find everything you need to help you with your care and support needs from local to national products and services, plus information, advice and much more.

Look Book



Click here to see the Look Book, this is a resource that can help you think about and choose the right support provider for you to support you in the home or provide Supported Living.


Coming soon sign


Coming Soon: the place to find out about Social and Sporting events that are of interest to people with learning disabilities. To join the group or tell the group about something of interest click here.

Hospital passport



VIP Hospital Passport - Click here to get a copy you can print off and fill in. If you need to go to hospital take it with you.



Bowel Cancer Screening Guide

Two new booklets are available from the AIM Project about Bowel Cancer Screening and Cervical Screening:

Click herefor Bowel Cancer Screening booklet

Click here for Cervical Screening booklet.





Travel Training Website. Click here for a link to their new website.





Click here for information about Advocacy and People who can help.




Dating and friendship agency for people with learning disabilities. Click here for more information.






Click here for information for carers.


complaints policy



Click here for information on how to complain if services are not up to your expectations.




Click here for the booklet Got a problem? Get advice a list of places that you can go to get advice on welfare benefits. This is a general leaflet and you may need some help with it. To find advice sessions on the internet go to www.divabradford.org.uk.




Click here for links to other useful websites of organisations in the area and nationally.