A list of links to useful websites in the above category
|UK Disability Forum for European Affairs (website currently inoperable)
This website has been produced by the UK Disability Forum for European Affairs’ Women’s Committee, and has been funded by Comic Relief. It can be used by disabled women, our friends and supporters to help to tackle a wide range of abuse experienced by disabled women.
ENABLE Scotland is a dynamic charity run by its members. We campaign for a better life for children and adults with learning disabilities. We support people who have learning disabilities and their families to live, work and take part in their communities.
Today Capability Scotland provides services directly to around 1000 disabled people at over 25 locations around Scotland, supporting people at every stage of their lives and at home, work and school.
|Deaf Connections (website currently inoperable) Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Deafconnections/
Deaf Connections is the leading voluntary organisation delivering specialist services to adult deaf people across Scotland. We are committed to enabling deaf people to participate fully in the community to make equality and fairness a normal feature of their everyday lives. We want to empower deaf people to make decisions about things which affect them most.
|Turning Point Scotland
Turning Point Scotland provides person centred support to adults with a range of complex needs. We learn from services and seek to influence social policy.
|Scottish Association for Mental Health
One in four people in Scotland will have a mental health problem at some point in their life. This means that you may know someone with a mental health problem, or maybe you’re worried about your own mental health.At SAMH we believe there is no health without mental health. We’re here to provide help, information and support; to campaign on behalf of people with mental health problems and to raise money to fund our vital work. We’re here for everyone, and we’re here for you.
|South Ayrshire Council
Mental Health advice and resources from South Ayrshire Council
|NHS Ayrshire and Arran – Mental Health
Clinical Mental Health Services in NHS Ayrshire and Arran offer a mixture of community and hospital-based services based on a multidisciplinary model, with the majority of services being provided in the local communities of East, North and South Ayrshire.