Links to Other Information

These links will take you to other useful websites containing relevant information about living with a disability, and about Multiple Sclerosis. If you know of a website that you think should be included, please contact us.

Able Magazine

Disability lifestyle magazine.

Artsline

Artsline provide disability access information for the arts, leisure and entertainment.
 

BBC Disability Magazine website

Information on disability in the media
 

Berkshire Carers Service (formerly Princess Royal Trust for Carers)

Providing free information, advice, advocacy and support groups for unpaid carers of all ages.  We also administer a range of respite grants.
 

British Medical Journal

This site contains the full text of all articles published in the weekly BMJ from January 1994.

Carers Hotline

Free, confidential information and advice to help you as a carer.

Call Carers Direct on                0808 802 0202        
Or email CarersDirect@nhschoices.nhs.uk

Lines are open 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday, 11am to 4pm at weekends. Calls are free from UK landlines
 

Community Care Services

A partnership project between Reading Borough Council and the MS Society.  Care and support for people with MS living in the Reading Borough Council area.
 

Disability Now

The campaigning newspaper that puts you in the picture.

Disability Rights Commission

The Disability Rights Commission (DRC) is an independent body set up by the Government to help secure civil rights for disabled people.
 

Independent Living

The UK's leading site for disabled and elderly people, carers and healthcare professionals.

MS Trust

We are a leading independent UK charity for people with multiple sclerosis, their families and friends, and for all health professionals.

MS Research Charity

A charity dedicated to research and extending knowledge about MS with the aim of providing better treatment and hastening a cure.

MS-UK

This site contains a wealth of information that we hope will be of support to any visitor.

MS Society

The gateway to information and news on Multiple Sclerosis and the MS Society in the UK.

MS Society - Reading & Wokingham Branch

One of the local branches of the MS Society

MS Specialist Occupational Therapist for Reading
Care and Support for people with MS living within the Borough of Reading. Shirley Bampton is the MS Specialist Occupational Therapist. Shirley can also see people by appointment at her drop-in clinic at BMSTC. 


MS Therapy Centres

We represent a group of self-help Therapy Centres offering assistance to thousands of people with Multiple Sclerosis throughout England and Wales.
 

National Bureau for students with disabilities

Skill promotes opportunities for young people and adults with any kind of disability in post-16 education, training and employment across the UK
 

Never Alone

Never Alone is a support website for all supporters and carers.
 

Nutritionalist Resource

Here at Nutritionist Resource we believe that healthy eating could hold the key to a long and healthy life, which is why we have established a website that provides the public with easy access to nutritional advice from professionals. 


Sirius Automotive

Sirius are the UK’s market leader of compact ‘Drive From Wheelchair’ and ‘Passenger Up Front’ mobility cars, offering our customers both freedom and independence.
 

The Optimist

If you're one of life's optimists – welcome home. If you aspire to be a positive
thinker – welcome to our world. 
 

Therapy Directory

If you're in need of support, search our network to be connected with a professional therapist.Therapy Directory only lists therapists who are registered with a recognised professional body or those who have sent us copies of their qualifications and insurance cover.
 

uhad2bthere.co.uk - Disability Information Website

Searchable  database of Charities, Organisations, Companies and Service Providers from all around the UK to help disabled people, their families and health care providers find just the right information.

Youreable.com

Information, Products and Services for the Disabled Community