Here’s How We Make Your Disability Struggles That Little Bit Easier
Our job as a caseworker is to empower and support you.
WE LISTEN WHEN THEY WON’T.
WE UNDERSTAND WHEN NOBODY ELSE DOES.
WE SUPPORT YOU WHEN NOBODY ELSE WILL.
Karla Fido, Caseworker
Our casework team are able to help with:
- Adaptive Housing & Equipment
- PA Recruitment
- Benefits eg Universal credit, PIP, ESA
- Disability Discrimination
- Emotional Support
- Employment & skills
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Trade Union?
The typical activities of trade unions include providing assistance and services to their members, collectively bargaining for better pay and conditions for all workers, working to improve the quality of public services, political campaigning and industrial action.
What Is the difference between a trade union and The Disability Union?
Why do we need The Disability Union?
Disabled people are marginalised because, despite the fact we make up 24% of the population, we are spread out all over the place, often disadvantaged and have no collective way to get our views heard. That is until now. The Disability Union provides that collective voice for disabled people. It allows us to fight to get a seat at the table in all decision made about us so that there is nothing about us without us.
Who is The Disability Union for?
Do I have to pay to join?
As we expand, we are saving money for a hardship fund that will eventually enable us to help all those who cannot afford a membership. For now, we do our best with what we have and will not leave you stranded.
Are you a charity?
What is activism?
What is Solidarity?
How can you help me?
Why should I join?
What can I do to help?
Do you cover N. Ireland, Wales and Scotland?
Call: 02382 546 695