This service provides up-to-date information and advice to people of any age and with any disability, older people, their families, carers, friends and associated professionals throughout Bedfordshire and Luton.
The advice service is open to everyone, there is no formal referral process and it is free.
Please do ask us a lot of questions. We are all trained and ready to answer.
We can help you with benefits, carers, employment, sport, support groups, training and more.
Read what people have been saying about the disability advice we provide.
Improve your financial wellbeing with our free advice for people in Central Bedfordshire and Luton.Read more
We can always help with general benefits advice for people with disabilities. For more specific advice just make an appointment with the benefits advisors who can help with benefits checks and form filling.Read more
We've compiled all the links and info to help disabled people and carers to save money on buying cars, parking and buses in Luton and Bedfordshire.Read more
Try the award winning, plain English, jargon buster. It's easy to use and gives simple explanations to many words and phrases.Read more
We have more dates of when we will be visiting venues across the region. Check our 'outreach' calendar helping you find the information and services you need.Read more
The Disability Resource Centre provides a range of free services for people in Northamptonshire. Call our telephone helpline, attend our free training courses or see us near you at one of our 'outreach' events.Read more
We have helped set-up a number of support groups that may be useful to you. There's a support group for carers, support for those with fibromyalgia and support for your physical and emotional well being.Read more
If you are finding it hard to get back up out of a chair then we can give you expert advice to buy the correct chair. Our specialist seating advisor is at The Disability Resource Centre on Thursdays.Read more
We will help you find the most useful and reliable information on the web. Our lists of the best websites for disabled people are easy to use and will help you find the information and services you need.Read more