Ability Net helps disabled adults use computers and the internet by adapting and adjusting their ICT.
Age Concern provides information, publications and campaigning for older people
Aphasia Help is an accessible website designed for people with aphasia. It was also designed with the help of people with aphasia.
Aphasia Institute (incorporating Pat Arato Aphasia Center) is a Toronto-based charitable organisation assisting individuals with aphasia.
Aphasia Now is an 'aphasia-friendly' forum for the people with aphasia and relatives.
The ARNI Trust (Action for Rehabilitation from Neurological Injury) offers rehabilitation training and techniques for people with stroke to help regain balance, gain strength and movement.
Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice will guide you to useful websites to find a private Speech and Language Therapist.
Big Print is a weekly newspaper in big print (national and international news) affiliated to RNIB. RNIB gives practical support and information to anyone with a sight problem.
Brain and Spine Foundation provides a free helpline run by neuroscience nurses, and booklets on a range of neurological topics including speech, language and communication difficulties, stroke and subarachnoid haemorrhage.
Breaking Through With You is an aphasia-friendly private counselling service run by a speech & language therapist/counsellor, based in the East Midlands.
British Aphasiology Society is a national interest group which fosters the development of the study of aphasia.
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
provides information about counselling and psychotherapy.
British Council of Disabled People News, campaigning, information for disabled people.
Carers Direct is a national information, advice and support service for carers in England. It has a free, confidential helpline seven days a week on 0808 802 0202, it provides accurate, relevant information for carers and those who support them.
Carers UK provides information, support and campaigning for carers in the UK.
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is a professional body for physiotherapists. Will guide you to finding a physiotherapist.
Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland provides information for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness.
Citizens Advice Bureaux is an online guide from Citizens Advice Bureau, with help on debt, benefits, employment and much more.
College of Occupational Therapists will help with finding an occupational therapist.
Community Service Volunteers gives advice and information about voluntary work in the UK.
Continence Foundation provides information and support for people with bowel and bladder problems and for service providers.
Couple Counselling Scotland provides information about counselling for couples in Scotland.
Crossroads - Caring for Carers is a support service for carers.
Department for Work and Pensions (formerly Benefits Agency) provides information on welfare and employment issues.
Dial UK - Disability Information and Advice Line provides
information and advice for disabled people, set up and run by disabled people.
Different Strokes provides information, support and advice for young people with stroke.
Direct Gov provides a wide range of government information and services online.
Disability Action Northern Ireland provides nformation and support for disabled people in Northern Ireland.
Disability Alliance aims to improve living standards, breaking the link between poverty and disability.
Disability Discrimination Act is a anti-discrimination legislation. Printed copies of the Act available from the Stationery Office.
Disability Network is dedicated to promoting equality for disabled people in the UK.
Disability Rights Commission provides legal help and advice for disabled people.
Disability Sport Events is a news forum which provides information about sport for disabled people.
Disability Sport Northern Ireland promotes opportunities for disabled people in Northern Ireland to take part in sporting and recreational activities.
Disability Wales the national association of disability groups in Wales.
Disabled Drivers Association provides information, services and campaigning for disabled drivers.
Disabled Living Foundation provides advice and information on equipment for disabled people.
Dyscover is a charity that provides information, advice and support for people with stroke living in Surrey.
Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities helps disabled people find and retain work.
Equalitytalk is an umbrella organisation of communication charities. It provides information on how the Equality Act 2010 applies to adults with communication impairments.
Expert Patient Programme CIC provides courses to help you manage pain and illness.
Glos-Speak (Gloucestershire Speakability) is an aphasia self-help group for people in the Gloucestershire area.
Headway provides information, support and services for people with brain injury and their families.
The Heart & Stroke Information Point website provides reliable, relevant, up-to-date information for anyone affected by stroke or heart disease. Also has local information for Tayside.
I CAN provides help for children with communication difficulties.
Interact Reading Service provides a professional, live, interactive reading for stroke patients.
Intandem is a counselling service and training provider.
Involve promotes public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research.
LMCA (Long-term Medical Conditions Alliance) is an alliance for national voluntary organisations who all work together to meet the needs of people with long-term health conditions.
National Aphasia Association (USA) provides support services to assist people with aphasia and their families in the USA.
Newham Stroke Club - based in Newham in east London, the club promote the welfare and interests of people who have had strokes and their family carers to share experiences and to take part in activities.
The Princess Royal Trust for Carers is the largest provider of comprehensive carers support services in the UK. Through its unique network of 144 independently managed Carers' Centres , the Trust currently provides quality information, advice and support services to over 400,000 carers, including approximately 25,000 young carers.
The RAF Benevolent Fund is the RAF's leading welfare charity providing practical, financial and, in some cases, emotional support to all members of the RAF family from childhood to old age. If you have been in the RAF they may be able to help with disability support after stroke.
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists is a professional organisation for speech and language therapists. It is also a useful site for people with stroke and aphasia to find a speech and language therapist.
Shaw Trust empowers disabled and disadvantaged people to prepare for work, find jobs and live more independently.
Speakability is a national charity that supports and empowers people with aphasia
Speakwithit is a charity dedicated to providing ongoing speech therapy to people with aphasia using computer based programmes and one-to-one help via a team of volunteers
SpeechDisorder was formed to offer a unique reference point on speech disorders: causes, treatments and therapies.
The Stroke Association provides services, information, publications, research and fundraising for people with stroke.
The Stroke Association Northern Ireland provides all forms of support for people with stroke in Northern Ireland.
Stroke4Carers - is a website for unpaid stroke carers, family and friends of anyone affected by stroke illness. It has been developed by Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, The National Advisory Committee for Stroke, The University of Edinburgh Learning Technology Section and The Big Lottery Fund Scotland.
The Stroke Specialist Library provides high quality, evidence-based information on all aspects of Stroke. This site is aimed at health professionals with an interest in Stroke. Patients, carers and the general public are welcome to use the site, but may wish to visit NHS Choices first.
The Tavistock Trust For Aphasia is the only grant-making trust in the United Kingdom that focuses solely on aphasia. They have some excellent tips for aphasia-friendly communication, which have been developed by the Aphasia Alliance here
Therapy Directory has lots of information to help you make an informed decision about whether therapy would be right for you.
Travel Support Card Transport for London can provide support cards that help people with aphasia get assistance while travelling on London transport.
The UK Stroke Forum conference is an annual conference for stroke service providers.
The NHS Choices website has more information about Life after Stroke
Voluntary Sector Jobs is a website offering a wide range of charity and third sector jobs. Including jobs in fundraising, communications, marketing, accountantcy, IT, social care, HR.