Showing 21 results in the category Disability organisations.
Specialises in access design and disability equality training, following a format of detailed audits on existing buildings or advice on new designs which produce working documents for the architect and designer. The disability equality training offers customised courses run by disabled trainers for design professionals and staff within a range of organisations.
3 Devonshire Mews, London, W4 2HA
Minicom available. Information and advice services for disabled people on access to arts and enterntainment, inc participation in the arts in London. Open for enquiries Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm. There are details of over 1000 accessible arts and entertainments venues on our website artslineonline, as well as some hotels and other useful info. Disability Equality Training for arts and entertainment venues in London and an access audit service to make buildings more accessible.
54 Chalton St, London, NW1 1HS
Improves deaf and disabled people's access to live music by working in partnership with audiences, artists and the music industry to implement a charter of best practice in the UK.
54 Chalton St, London, NW1 1HS
The British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) is the professional body for music therapists and a source of information, support and involvement for the general public. Membership is open to music therapists and the general public. For more information about how to get involved and membership, please visit www.bamt.org
24-27 White Lion St, London, N1 9PD, United Kingdom
Provides info and advice relating to the effect of dyslexia on reading and writing music. Also deals with individual enquiries regarding music difficulties arising from dyslexia.
The British Dyslexia Association, Unit 8 Bracknell Beeches, Old Bracknell Lane, Bracknell, RG12 7BW, United Kingdom
Provides specially adapted radios to people registered blind or partially sighted.
10 Albion Place, Maidstone, ME14 5DZ
Inspired by the belief that everyone can derive pleasure and satisfaction from playing music, and that music projects provide a rich learning environment in which a host of other important skills can be acquired. Resources and expertise in a wide range of music forms, inc music tech are made available to people who are typically excluded from opportunities for creative self-expression and personal development for reasons of disability or disadvantage. Also professional training course for community musicians.
Unit 8, 24 Norbury Rd, Fairwater, Cardiff, CF5 3AU
Drake Music is the leading national organisation working in music, disability and technology. ... Our approach includes a lot of partnership working, with a broad range of ... local authorities, music services, software and hardware developers as well as musicians, technologists, composers and artists from other disciplines.
Drake Music, 60-61 Old Nichol Street, London, E2 7HP, United Kingdom
Drake Music Scotland was established in July 1997 and will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2017. Over the years our Artistic Programme has supported 9,500 participants with additional support needs to play, perform and compose music having an impact on audiences in many areas of Scotland. We work with both children and adults offering a wide range of projects including one-to-one music lessons, bands, ensembles, school workshop projects with Local Authority partners, and commissions and partnerships with national organisations and composers.
SPACE, 11 Harewood Road, Edinburgh, EH16 4NT, United Kingdom
Co-ordinates arts programme across the spectrum of health services with particular emphasis on music in healthcare.
St Mary's, Parkhurst Rd, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 5TG
Series of concerts and w/shops with the Orchestra of St John's for autistic children all over the country.
7 Warborough Rd, Shillingford, OX10 7SA, United Kingdom
Leading national charity which delivers the joy of live music to people in care homes, hospices, day centres, special schools and anywhere that provides services for elderly, disabled or vulnerable people. Our talented and professional musicians play an exciting array of musical performances while bringing warmth, understanding and humour to the audience.
Case House, 85-89 High St, Walton-on-Thames, KT12 1DZ, United Kingdom
Concerts of live music given by professional musicians selected for their communication skills. Participation encouraged. Venues inc hospitals, hospices, care homes and day centres. Over 1600 concerts provided in Scotland annually.
10 Forth St, Edinburgh, EH1 3LD
Provides music therapy sessions for people of all ages across Bristol and the South West. Also organises w/shops and training sessions for music therapists.
The Southville Centre, Beauley Road, Bristol, BS3 1QG
Provides information to Sound Sense members on all matters of music and disability; provides publications and website information to all.
Sound Sense, Riverside House, Rattlesden, Bury St Edmunds, IP30 0SF, United Kingdom
Develops the use of the arts and a variety of creative work within schools.
Mundella Centre, Green St, The Meadows, Nottingham, NG2 2LA
Support for any aspect of blind and partially sighted people's music-making.
105 Judd St, London, WC1H 9NE
Aims to achieve access to the arts for disabled and deaf people, empowering people to enrich their lives through enjoyment of the arts and active participation. Provides a new dynamic forum for artistic, social and cultural change.
Deane House Studios, 27 Greenwood Place, London, NW5 1LB
Shape Arts is a disability led arts organisation working to provide opportunities and support for disabled artists, as well as disabled individuals wanting to work in the arts and cultural sector. Shape Arts also works with cultural organisations to encourage greater inclusiveness and better confidence in working with disabled people. http://www.shapearts.org.uk
Deane House Studios, 27 Greenwood Pl, London, NW5 1LB
The purpose of Visiting Arts is to strengthen intercultural understanding through the arts by providing information and intelligence to strengthen intercultural dialogue; creating opportunities for artists to explore new connections; and expanding the skills and knowledge of cultural players. Work links England, Scotland, Wales and N Ireland with overseas countries prioritised by the Visiting Arts Board.
4.01 & 4.02 Enterprise House, 1-2 Hatfields, London, SE1 9OG