We are a West London Disabled People’s Organisation (DPO) led by disabled people, for disabled people.
We work to ensure that disabled people have independence, choice and control over their own lives.
The Employment Service supports disabled people looking for work, in work and on supported internships. We also help employers who wish to be more inclusive.
Our Youth Service offers a range of accessible and fun opportunities for local young people, aged 11-25. Young people can challenge themselves, make new friends and learn new skills.
We provide support to ill and disabled people of all ages living in Hammersmith and Fulham, with a free and independent benefits service. We support with all welfare benefits up to and including 1st tier Tribunal level.
Money is made available by Hammersmith and Fulham Council to individuals who are eligible for social care services.
AoD Christmas cards were made by young people who accessed our projects during the October half term 2020.
They were supported by Artist Mia Harris. This project was made possible by a generous donation from the Daisy Trust and through support from LBH&F, John Lyons and City Bridge Trust.
Since 1979, Action on Disability has provided a range of high quality services for disabled people in West London.
We have achieved a lot over the past 40 years, and there is more to do.
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