All our services are provided by people who have personal experience with the barriers Deaf and disabled people face.
Get Online (GO) Project
Come along to our weekly Drop In sessions to find out how to use the internet easily and safely. We are holding weekly 2-hour Drop In sessions in different locations around the borough. The sessions will provide one to one support for anyone who wants to find out how to get online safely and securely. With more and more services being delivered online, lack of confidence using the internet can make it difficult to access services. Do you have a question when it comes to using the internet? Come and talk to us! For the flier click here
To find a drop in session near you, contact Barry or Joanne via firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 0208 650 2102
Have you used a service recently and would like to tell us about your experience (good or bad) – contact Barry email@example.com or 0208 650 2102
We’ve also produced a handy Access Guide of Do’s and Don’ts for service providers. To access our online version click here.
This is our online Easy Read Accessible information on benefit and Welfare Reforms Click here
Pushing for Change – Open meetings
We have two open meetings per year; where you can have your say and share experiences with other like-minded people across different impairment groups.
- Speaking up/campaigns group for all Deaf and disabled people and carers to come together
- Say what we think to consultations
- Share experiences across different impairment groups and support areas
- Give our views on the things that we think are important
Easy Read translation service
Changing usual documents into easy read by simplifying jargon and adding images to help people understand information. Click here to see our resource bank as an example of our work. Please contact us for a quote.
We offer training in a number of key areas relating to disability and equality:
- Social model of disability
- Disability Equality/Disability Awareness
Peer Information Network
We aim to provide information and help through these media:
- Social networking
- Short Films
- Regular updates on local, Regional, National consultations & events
Lewis House is a Centre for Independent Living, it is a place to try out Independent living equipment and talk to people who have similar equipment themselves. You can book an appointment by calling 0208 650 2102
Our open times are 10am till 5.00pm Monday to Friday.
Please note we are closed on weekends and Bank holidays.
We sell genuine Radar keys for disabled people to use in thousands of accessible toilets around the UK.
You can visit Lewis House during opening hours to buy one in person for £4.50
To order by PayPal using a debit or credit card please click below. Price includes £1 extra for postage*
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