Useful information

Service user group forum

Please contact the customer service team or email userforums@ajmhealthcare.org.  We also have a Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NorthEastLondonWCS/

Useful links

Click here to view the Right to Travel leaflet from the National Wheelchair Managers Forum

Carers of Barking and Dagenham provide advice, information and support for people who care.  Whether you are a parent or child, husband or wife, partner, close relative or friend we are here to provide help when you need it.

Positive Parents are an independent group for parents and carers of children and young  people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and disabilities living in the London Borough of Havering.

Positive Parents Bike Hire Scheme – If you are looking for something that the whole family can do together why not hire some bikes and cycle in the beautiful countryside at Thames Chase.

One Place East is a user led organisation based in the London Borough of Redbridge. They offer high-quality services to local residents seeking support with their disability and/or mental health illness

Havering Carers Hub provides useful places to go for information and advice to support those in a carer role.

Limbless Association is a registered charity that has been support­ing amputees for over 35 years. They aim to support amputees, pre and post-amputation, to navigate the associated complexities with advice, informa­tion and signposting to empower individuals and their families to optimise their recovery and reha­bilitation. 

An innovative approach to health services is being led by the Thames View Activation Group (TVAG) in the Thames Ward area. 

Wheels and Wheelchairs are a group of skaters and wheelchair users who go out together as a group enjoying the sensory rush of speed, collaboration and accessible sport.

AccessAble is a searchable accessibility information directory for days out.

Activity Alliance: Disability Inclusion Sport

If you are a local wheelchair user, we are always looking to add to this section.  If you have any useful websites that you think can help other wheelchair users, please send an email to us at hello@wheelchair.services