Bristol BSL forum has been set up to make sure that deaf people in Bristol can have fair access to council services. For more information, please contact: Carolyn Nabarro or Iain Sutherland, Development Worker
Categories: All Bristol areas, Disabled, Equality Forums, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Support groups
GLAMS is a national self-help support group for lesbians, gay men, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people affected by MS. GLAMS offers support and can help you meet other gay people in the same situation, providing an opportunity to share experiences and tackle any feelings of isolation. We offer:
A quarterly newsletter including a mix of national news about MS as well as news about the LGBT community
Social events where LGBT people affected by MS can meet
Information events with MS specialist nurses, neurologists and other health professionals as speakers
A website and an active and supportive online discussion board
Categories: Disabled, LGBT, Social networks, Support groups, UK, Websites
Are you a Disabled Lesbian,Gay Man, Bisexual or Trans Person in the UK.This Group is for YOU. Quite often we are isolated with little or no contact with others. Many experience hostility or rejection. Some of us require greater accessibility to clubs, and pubs, a lot more can be done to welcome us. Exclusion from gay venues by our non-disabled peers is particularly hard to take. This list offers a befriending/pen-pal service to help address the isolation experienced by LGBT People with disabilities in the UK.When you join please introduce yourself.The list is also here so that you can express your views in a safe envronment. GayDisability UK would like information of venues and services of disability gay friendly places. Please email information of organisations, clubs, pubs groups etc, so that the information can be shared with other members of the list.
Categories: Disabled, Social groups, Social networks, Support groups, UK, Websites
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Set-up to lessen the isolation of disabled lesbian and bisexual women via a national friendship network, quarterly newsletter and socials. Newsletter is in standard print, large print, tape and Braille. Membership is open to disabled and non-disabled women (minimum age 16).
Categories: Disabled, London, Publications, Support groups, UK, Women
REGARD is a national, volunteer run organisation of disabled lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people. Our aims are: 1. To offer information and advice to our members and disabled LGBT people 2. To combat the social isolation of our members 3. To advocate disabled issues to the LGBT community and LGBT issues to the disabled community. 4. To campaign on issues affecting disabled LGBT people We have a newsletter and also a couple of online groups for our members: Regard Online for news and notices; and Regard Chat for discussion and more social contacts. For further information, please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us at BM Regard, London WC1N 3XX, or on Facebook here
Categories: Disabled, LGBT, Support groups, Websites