Disability Rights UK provides detailed information, products and services developed by and for disabled people and partner with the private and public sector, with the aim of improving business practices.

Disability Rights UK  was formed through a unification of Disability Alliance, Radar and National Centre for Independent Living on 1 January 2012. It is led, run and controlled by disabled people, with disabled people making up at least three-quarters of its board members.

Disability Rights UK focuses on:

  • promoting "meaningful" independent living for disabled people
  • promoting disabled people’s leadership and control
  • breaking the link between disability and poverty

They provide detailed information, products and services developed by and for disabled people and partner with the private and public sector, with the aim of improving business practices.

For more information, click on the relevant links below:

To obtain information on ways you can get advice on benefits and other related issues follow this link.

A range of factsheets and guides providing basic information about benefits, tax credits, social care and other disability related issues for claimants and advisers, are available at this link.

For more information on becoming a member of Disability Rights UK follow this link.

Contact Disability Rights UK

Full contact details are available at this link.

If you found this useful please share it

Start typing and press Enter to search

Shopping Cart