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Where can I get more information about stairlifts?

Advice is available from your local Social Services. Either contact your nearest office or phone the local authority to find out which is your office. Alternatively, a local library should be able to give you the number or address.

Disabled Living Centres give independent advice free of charge on all aspects of assistance, adaptations, financial help and so on. You usually need to make an appointment to visit. Living Made Easy can give you the details of the centre nearest to you.

Related organisations

The following organisations may be able to provide additional advice and information:

Arthritis Care
Phone: 020 7380 6500 
Helpline: 0808 800 4050 

Age UK 
Phone: 0800 678 1174

Living Made Easy (for information on Disabled Living Centres)
Phone: 0300 999 0004

Scope (formerly Disability Information and DIAL Network or Dial UK)
Phone: 0808 800 3333

An independent network of local disability information and advice services run by and for disabled people, part of Scope.

Disability Rights UK (formerly Disability Alliance, RADAR and the National Centre for Independent Living)
Phone: 0207 250 8181

Disabled Living Foundation (DLF) 
Phone: 020 7289 6111 
Helpline: 0845 130 9177 


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