Living Options Devon
Living Options Devon is working across the South West to ensure that people with disabilities and Deaf people (who use British Sign Language) can live the life they choose.
We are user-led, enabling disabled people to influence and manage projects to become equal members of society.
Based in Exeter and Barnstaple, our charitable aims mean we we can offer services across the South West and share good practice throughout the UK. Being led and run by people with disabilities and deaf people ensures LOD has first hand knowledge and understanding of the issues facing service users and so is very well placed to increase the influence and voice of deaf and disabled people. We do this by providing education, training and services which enable people to live the lives they choose.
As well as providing a range of services for people with disabilities and deaf people, we also train other organisations on disability and accessibility issues.
How we can help you
Providing you with the information and advice you need to make your daily tasks easier, and to give you access to services that put the enjoyment into living. Find out more about Mobility
Your Deaf Community
The Deaf Led team understands the importance of Deaf culture and know from personal experience the issues faced by Deaf people and the best advice and support to overcome these. Find out more about Deaf Community
Your Sight and Hearing
Our specialist team offer free support, impartial advice and equipment information in relation to living with sight loss, hearing loss and tinnitus. Your Sight and Hearing
Your Hidden Disability
Not all disabilities are immediately obvious. A wide range of medical, sensory, neurological, and mental health conditions can impact on daily living. Your Hidden Disability
We believe that everyone has a right to a sense of wellbeing - to feel comfortable, safe, and in their best health. How you maintain your wellbeing will be personal to you. Sometimes, everyone needs some help with their wellbeing. Your Wellbeing
- 26 to 64 years old
- Hearing impairments
- Learning disabilities
- Physical disabilities
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