Charlton Athletic Disabled Supporter Association (CADSA)
CADSA was formed in June 1999 to represent the interests of the disabled supporters of Charlton Athletic and to build on the initiatives the club have developed over recent years.
The CADSA committee meet at The Valley approximately once a month.
Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any matters, relating to disabled supporters, which you would like discussed at any of their meetings and please include your name & contact details with your message.
The Therapy Directory
They promote the benefits of complementary therapy and aim to give visitors all the information they need to help them make an informed decision about whether therapy would be right for them. The website has an FAQ's section, a number of useful articles written by their members and the facility to search for a practitioner in your area.
To ensure the professionalism of the website, all listed therapists have provided qualifications and insurance cover or proof of membership with a professional body.
The P2P Marketplace is a leading online service providing a quality Social Care & Wellness shopping service to local people in Greenwich looking to find, organise and book support services that will help simplify their lives.
Their customers are able to quickly search our extensive list of providers and find, select and book individual workers or volunteers who meet their personal preference and are available at the times they wish to have their services delivered.
They ensure that all professionals and services advertising through this site are legitimate providers, hold relevant insurance cover and have undergone vigorous quality assurance checks. However, all bookings are private arrangements between the customer and chosen provider and both customers and providers are advised to make sure they are personally comfortable with each other’s credentials before service commences.
Go to www.p2pmp.co.uk for further information
Being The Boss
To support disabled people who employ their own Personal Assistants by providing peer support and a coherent voice for them in the wider community.
Who we are here for
1. Any disabled person in the United Kingdom who directly employ Personal Assistant(s) (PA) no matter how the assistants are funded.
2. Disabled people who are looking into either a direct payments scheme or using Personal Assistants P.A’s.
3. Any disabled person who supports the principle of independent living and subscribes to the social model of disability.
What we do
We offer a range of services and support, including:
A handbook for PA Employers
A telephone helpline
Contact with other disabled PA employers
A website with news, resources and information
Online discussion forum
A quarterly newsletter
Membership of the Association of Disabled Employers
Training sessions and speakers for professionals, volunteers and others.
Campaigning for improvements to the direct payments/personalisation programmes
Consultation with government, local authorities and other interested parties
Deliver projects and can provide a direct payment service and financial management expertise
e mail: email@example.com
Telephone: 07872 038370