Ataxia Mental Health Counselling

Welcome to DisabilityPlus: Your Path to Mental Well-being with Ataxia

Are you looking for tailored mental health counselling explicitly designed for Ataxia? DisabilityPlus is here to help. Explore the benefits of our services and take the first step towards improving your mental health today.

We understand that living with Ataxia, whether it’s Friedreich’s, Spinocerebellar, Idiopathic, Gluten, Episodic, or Acquired, can bring unique challenges to your mental health.

Our service provides specialised mental health counselling to support individuals with Ataxia.

We offer free funding applications based on your exceptional circumstances in most parts of the UK & affordable self-paid payment plans.

All Supported by our experienced counsellors, you’re not alone when moving towards enhanced mental well-being.

Enquiries

Self-Referral

About us

We are more than just a counselling service; we constitute a supportive community tailored for individuals and their caregivers affected by ataxia.

What truly distinguishes us is the remarkable team of counsellors we have assembled. Each member of our team brings their professional expertise and a profound personal connection with ataxia – they are intimately familiar with the challenges of ataxia.

This first-hand experience enriches our counselling sessions with a sincere understanding, genuine authenticity, and enduring optimism.

We proudly stand out as a specialised ataxia counselling service in a landscape filled with general counsellors.

Our counsellors, equipped with their in-depth knowledge of ataxia, can navigate the emotional complexities that often accompany this journey.

We firmly believe that empathy, when rooted in shared experience, holds the potential to illuminate even the darkest corners of this path.

If you find yourself grappling with these challenges, we urge you to reach out to our approachable team for support.

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Benefits of Specialist Service

Our team can help you and your family cope with the emotional and psychological impact of living with a lifelong complex disability.

Our counselling services are designed to empower individuals with Ataxia to overcome mental health hurdles. Here’s why you should choose DisabilityPlus:

Specialist Counsellors: Our team includes dedicated counsellors and psychotherapists who specialise in Ataxia symptoms and related life problems. They understand your unique needs and speak your language.

Effective Video and Telephone Counselling: We offer flexible counselling options through video calls and telephone sessions. These convenient methods ensure you can access our support from the comfort of your home, reducing any mobility barriers.

Your Personalised Journey:

At DisabilityPlus, we acknowledge the distinctive nature of each person’s journey. Our counsellors customise their approach to align with your specific requirements, guaranteeing a personalised and efficient therapeutic experience.

Through the adoption of a constructive perspective and the utilisation of evidence-backed strategies, we equip you with the tools to conquer obstacles, embrace your inherent strengths, and navigate towards a life of fulfilment.

Take The First Step:

Ready to take the first step towards better mental health with Ataxia? Contact us today to schedule your first counselling session.

Testimonials

These testimonials and success stories illustrate the transformative impact of ataxia mental health counselling, emphasising the potential for positive change and growth in the lives of individuals with all forms of ataxia.

“I couldn’t have asked for better support. DisabilityPlus’s counsellors understood my struggles with Friedreich’s Ataxia and helped me regain my confidence..”

“The convenience of video counselling sessions made a world of difference for me. They provided me with the empathy and understanding which helped me to manage my Spinocerebellar Ataxia-related anxiety.”

“Living with Ataxia was overwhelming, but their counselling helped me with the dietary challenges and improved my mental well-being.”

“The sudden onset of Ataxia left me feeling lost, but the counselling support has really helped me.”

Paying Yourself

♣ Heavily Subsidised Payment Plans

♣ Start Counselling almost immediately (14+)

♣ No waiting lists or reports

♣ £50 introduction session

♣ £180 Saverplan (3 sessions)

♣ £70 Pay-as-you-go

Free Funding

♣ Applications 18+

♣ Most Regions in the UK

♣ All types of Ataxia

♣  Communication Devices

♣  Free Assessment Session

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Unlocking Positive Outcomes

Living with ataxia can present a range of emotional and psychological hurdles.

Our expert counsellors are equipped with the knowledge and sensitivity to address these challenges head-on. By focusing on a positive outcome-driven approach, we aim to:

Alleviate Social Anxiety: Our counselling sessions provide a safe and supportive environment where you can develop strategies to manage social anxiety and build meaningful connections.

We work collaboratively to develop coping mechanisms to alleviate anxiety and depression, helping you regain a sense of control over your emotions.

Our specialised techniques can assist in managing ADHD and OCD symptoms, enhancing your focus, and reducing compulsive behaviour.

We provide tools to help you process and manage traumatic experiences, fostering emotional resilience and growth.

For those dealing with ataxia or other cerebellum-related issues, we offer strategies to cope with physical and emotional impacts.

Comprehensive Counselling Support

Our counselling services extend beyond addressing specific challenges. We believe in nurturing a well-rounded sense of emotional well-being by focusing on key areas:

Coping Skills: Learn practical techniques to manage stress, adapt to changes, and navigate life’s challenges with confidence.

Relationships: Develop effective communication skills and strategies for building and maintaining meaningful relationships.

Self-Esteem: Rediscover your inner strength and worth, fostering a positive self-image and cultivating self-love.

Confidence Building: Uncover your true potential and embrace a renewed sense of self-assuredness as you journey towards personal growth.

Questions?

How do we support you?

Online Sessions – We offer video sessions; why?

Few counsellors specialise in supporting people with ataxia. By providing video sessions, we can help you wherever you live.

What to expect? – Your counsellor will understand the issues you may be facing; each person is different, but common themes are discussed in therapy.

Therapy – We usually offer counselling that supports resolutions of your current issues and future planning. Some people prefer a longer, more profound form of psychotherapy.

We support both modes of ataxia counselling.

When can I start counselling? – If you are paying for sessions, sessions generally start within a fortnight.

If you wanted NHS funding, we would make an application following a free assessment session.

No NHS funding application is guaranteed to be successful, and the timeframe is normally between 8 and 12 weeks. 

We pride ourselves on providing safe and compassionate counselling where all individuals, regardless of cultural, gender or sexual identity, can receive equitable mental health services and support.

Referrals?

Referrals from the General Public, GPs, Rehabilitation Centres, Mental Health Boards & Professional Organisations for Quality Counselling & Psychotherapies.

Ataxia Counselling is for:

  • Individuals 
  • Couples
  • Care-Givers
  • Family Members & Friends
  • Organisations
  • GPS
  • NHS Providers

Free funding options?

Usually, your GP will refer you to the local IAPT mental health service if you ask for support; this would normally be because they are unaware of DisabilityPlus

We can apply for specialist counselling if you have one or more of the following:

⇒ You have been discharged from the local NHS service as unsuitable for their counselling.

⇒ You have been recommended to see a Specialist Ataxia Counselling Service.

⇒ You are affected by one or more conditions, including Swallowing, Speech, Vision, Hearing, Learning Difficulties or Quadriplegia.

⇒ There are some other exceptional circumstances you can tell us about.

⇒ The severity and additional issues of ataxia can be classed as exceptional circumstances.

Talk to us to see if you qualify for a free funding application or self-refer to start the funding process.

If applying for free funding, the first session is free.

This session is an assessment; it’s the foundation to enable us to make the application with a first-class treatment plan specific to you or the client.

Free funding applications are based on your complex needs & exceptional circumstances. 

Free funding cannot be guaranteed, and every case is based on its own merits.

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If your disability or long-term condition is not within our services below, contact us as I am sure we can help. 

Ataxia Mental Health Counselling

Welcome to DisabilityPlus: Your Path to Mental Well-being with Ataxia

Are you looking for tailored mental health counselling explicitly designed for Ataxia? DisabilityPlus is here to help. Explore the benefits of our services and take the first step towards improving your mental health today.

We understand that living with Ataxia, whether it’s Friedreich’s, Spinocerebellar, Idiopathic, Gluten, Episodic, or Acquired, can bring unique challenges to your mental health. Our service provides specialised mental health counselling to support individuals with Ataxia.

We offer free funding applications based on your exceptional circumstances in most parts of the UK & affordable self-paid payment plans. All Supported by our experienced counsellors, you’re not alone when moving towards enhanced mental well-being.

About us:

We are more than just a counselling service; we constitute a supportive community tailored for individuals and their caregivers affected by ataxia.

What truly distinguishes us is the remarkable team of counsellors we have assembled. Each member of our team brings their professional expertise and a profound personal connection with ataxia – they are intimately familiar with the challenges of ataxia.

This firsthand experience enriches our counselling sessions with a sincere understanding, genuine authenticity, and enduring optimism.

We proudly stand out as a specialised ataxia counselling service in a landscape filled with general counsellors.

Our counsellors, equipped with their in-depth knowledge of ataxia, can navigate the emotional complexities that often accompany this journey.

We firmly believe that empathy, when rooted in shared experience, holds the potential to illuminate even the darkest corners of this path.

If you find yourself grappling with these challenges, we urge you to reach out to our approachable team for support.

    A elderly man in his 60's sat at his desk at home. He has a tie on and looks relaxed. He has started parkinson's disease counselling.

    Our Purpose:

    Widespread misunderstandings concerning disabilities and mental health can exacerbate the difficulties associated with ataxia.

    At the heart of our mission is a wholehearted commitment to breaking down these barriers.

    Our ataxia counselling services are meticulously crafted to cultivate an atmosphere in which these impediments are dismantled.

    A lady sat in her wheelchair outside. She is sat next to her freind who is looking at the DisabilityPlus website, she is deciding if cerebral palsy counselling is good for her freind.

    Quality Mental Health Counselling Services

    Our team can help you and your family cope with the emotional and psychological impact of living with a lifelong complex disability.

    Our counselling services are designed to empower individuals with Ataxia to overcome mental health hurdles. Here’s why you should choose DisabilityPlus:

    Specialist Counsellors: Our team includes dedicated counsellors and psychotherapists who specialise in Ataxia symptoms and related life problems. They understand your unique needs and speak your language.

    Effective Video and Telephone Counselling: We offer flexible counselling options through video calls and telephone sessions. These convenient methods ensure you can access our support from the comfort of your home, reducing any mobility barriers.

    Your Personalised Journey:

    At DisabilityPlus, we acknowledge the distinctive nature of each person’s journey. Our counsellors customise their approach to align with your specific requirements, guaranteeing a personalised and efficient therapeutic experience.

    Through the adoption of a constructive perspective and the utilisation of evidence-backed strategies, we equip you with the tools to conquer obstacles, embrace your inherent strengths, and navigate towards a life of fulfilment.

    Take The First Step:

    Ready to take the first step towards better mental health with Ataxia? Contact us today to schedule your first counselling session.

    A elderly man in his 60's sat at his desk at home. He has a tie on and looks relaxed. He has started parkinson's disease counselling.

    Testimonials

    These testimonials and success stories illustrate the transformative impact of ataxia mental health counselling, emphasising the potential for positive change and growth in the lives of individuals with all forms of ataxia.

    “I couldn’t have asked for better support. DisabilityPlus’s counsellors understood my struggles with Friedreich’s Ataxia and helped me regain my confidence.”

    “The convenience of video counselling sessions made a world of difference for me. They provided me with the empathy and understanding which helped me to manage my Spinocerebellar Ataxia-related anxiety.”

    “Living with Ataxia was overwhelming, but their counselling helped me with the dietary challenges and improved my mental well-being.”

    “The sudden onset of Ataxia left me feeling lost, but the counselling support has really helped me.”

    Paying Yourself

    ♣ Heavily Subsidised Payment Plans

    ♣ Start Counselling almost immediately (14+)

    ♣ No waiting lists or reports

    ♣ £50 introduction session

    ♣ £180 Saverplan (3 sessions)

    ♣ £70 Pay-as-you-go

     

    Free Funding

    ♣ Applications 18+

    ♣ Most Regions in the UK

    ♣ Life-long Disability

    ♣ Chronic Conditions

    ♣  Communication Devices

    ♣  Free Assessment Session

    Other Referrals

    ♣ Professional Organisations

    ♣ Mental Health Providers

    ♣ Friends & Family

    ♣ Carers

    ♣ GP’s

    A elderly man in his 60's sat at his desk at home. He has a tie on and looks relaxed. He has started parkinson's disease counselling.

    Questions you may wish to ask?

      Questions About Our Service?

      What to expect? – Your counsellor will understand the issues you may be facing; each person is different; however, in ataxia counselling, common themes are discussed.

      Therapy – We usually offer counselling that supports resolutions of your current issues and future planning. Some people prefer a longer, more profound form of psychotherapy. We support both modes of counselling.

      When can I start counselling? – If you pay for sessions, therapy generally starts within a fortnight. If you wanted NHS funding, we would make an application following a free assessment session.

      No NHS funding application is guaranteed to be successful, and the timeframe is normally between 8 and 12 weeks. 

      We pride ourselves on providing safe and compassionate Disability Focused Counselling where all individuals, regardless of cultural, gender or sexual identity, can receive equitable mental health services and support.

      So, if you’re struggling in any way right now, don’t hesitate to contact us. 

      Who Can Make a Referral?

      As a specialist service with a wealth of experience, we can support organisations and the general public with excellent Counselling and Psychotherapies.

      Services for 

      ♣ Individuals 

      ♣ Couples

      ♣ Care-Givers

      ♣ Family Members

      ♣ Friends

      ♣ National Health Services

      ♣ Mental Health Providers

      ♣ Universities & Schools

      ♣ Solicitors & Courts

      ♣ Insurance Companies

      ♣ Businesses

      Self Paying Fees?

      Private pay clients are able to choose the focus, duration, and frequency of therapy.

      Clients are even allowed to choose the length of sessions. Research shows that clients who have to pay something for their treatment have more positive outcomes than those who receive free treatment.

      Individuals can start their ataxia counselling almost immediately.

      No waiting lists or reports are being sent to GPs. It’s Confidential.  

      Pricing 

      For the general public, we heavily discounted our session fees. This enables them to access counselling easily at an affordable price.

      Session Fees for 50 minutes:

      ♣ Initial Session £50

      ♣ Pay as you go £70

      ♣ Saver3 £180  (3 Sessions)

      For those who use assistive communication devices, session times move from 50 to 70 minutes with a session fee of £90 & saver pack of 3 sessions at £220

      Some people may find that self-paid is just out of reach; if this is the case, let us know, and we can generally help with a payment plan.

      Free Funding?

      Usually, your GP will refer you to the local IAPT mental health service if you ask for support; this would normally be because they are unaware of DisabilityPlus

      We can apply for specialist counselling if you have one or more of the following:

      ⇒ You have been discharged from the local NHS service as unsuitable for their counselling.

      ⇒ You have been recommended to see a specialist ataxia counselling service.

      ⇒ You live with ataxia, which is a lifelong condition.

      ⇒ You use a communication device.

      ⇒ You are affected by one or more conditions, including Swallowing, Speech, Vision, Hearing, Learning Difficulties or Quadriplegia.

      ⇒ There are some other exceptional circumstances you can tell us about.

      ⇒ The severity and additional issues of ataxia can be classed as exceptional circumstances.

      Talk to us to see if you qualify for a free funding application or self-refer to start the funding process.

      If applying for free funding, the first session is free.

      This session is an assessment; it’s the foundation to enable us to make the application with a first-class treatment plan specific to you or the client.

      Free funding applications are based on your complex needs & exceptional circumstances. 

      Free funding cannot be guaranteed, and every case is based on its own merits.

      Lady sat at her desk with red coat on, she sat in a wheelchair, this picture presents cerebral palsy counselling.

      The Complexities of Caregiving:

      Caring for a loved one with ataxia is a labour of love, but it can also bring about a unique set of challenges for caregivers. The role of a caregiver is multifaceted, encompassing physical, emotional, and logistical responsibilities. We understand the significant impact that caregiving can have on your well-being. Our counselling for caregivers is here to provide you with the support and guidance you need to navigate this journey with resilience and compassion.

      Support for you from Ataxia organisations

      Information

      If you want to know more about Ataxia, including classifications & types.

      For Practical Support

      Ataxia Society UK are there to offer support, information and advice to anyone effected by Ataxia

      Specialist Counselling & Psychotherapy Services

      Showing 23 therapies, if yours is not listed contact us to see if we can support you.

      Family & Carers

      Caregivers

      CODA

      Couples Coaching

      Couples Counselling

      Genetic & Hereditary Disorders

      Cerebral Palsy

      Quadriplegia

      Dystrophy

      Downs Syndrome

      Multiple Sclerosis

      Brittle Bones (OI)

      Rare Genetic Disorders

      Ataxia

      Spina Bifida

      Pain & Balance

      Vestibular

      Tinnitus

      Sensory Loss

      Sight Loss

      BSL Counselling

      Hearing Loss

      Accidents & Injuries

      Road Traffic

      Brain Injuries

      Spinal Cord

      Quadriplegia

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      Degenerative Diseases

      Motor Neurone

      Parkinson's

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      Epilepsy

      Epilepsy Coaching

      Autism (ASD)

      Selective Mutism

      Specialist Ataxia Counselling & Psychotherapy

      A man sat in his wheelchair with a laptop in front of him. He has had a accident which has resulted to him having spinal cord injury counselling

      Our Counsellors & Psychotherapists can help individuals with ataxia and their families cope with the emotional and psychological impact of the condition.

      Living with Ataxia can be overwhelming and lead you to experience a wide range of difficult emotions.

      Our goal is to help you gain insight into both past and present experiences in order to empower yourself to make informed choices that lead to meaningful change.

      Our team can provide support and therapeutic interventions to address the everyday issues ataxia puts on your life.

      We take pride in tailoring individual support for adults with Ataxia. We ensure their needs are met by delivering a flexible, personalised service.

      So, if you’re struggling in any way right now, please do get in touch with us. Talking to someone outside your family or circle of friends may help you better understand your feelings and manage them more effectively.

      Your Service

      Acreditated & Registered Psycologists & Psychotherapists.

      Our Ataxia Counselling comes from years of training and experience supporting people with neurological conditions.

      We can support people who use assistive communication devices.

      Free funding applications for people who have been discharged as not suitable for local mental health services.

      Heavily subsidised self-paying plans with no waiting list for people 14 & over.

      Video & telephone counselling to ensure you can connect with specialists wherever you live.

      We help with:

       Coping with the rollercoaster of society’s challenges & perceptions

       Exploring your feelings & thoughts

       Understanding of how difficulties may have developed

       Management of pain 

       Coping with different emotions

       Concerns about memory and changes in thinking

       Dealing with distress and trauma 

       Concerns about relationships 

      Adjusting to the reality of living with ataxia

       Setting realistic aspirations for the future

      Enquiries

      Self-Pay

      Free Funding

      "Our Counselling comes from Lived Experiences, not a Text Book or Training Course"

      Questions?

      Questions about Ataxia Counselling & Psychotherapy you may wish to ask?

      Online Sessions – we offer video sessions, why? there are few counsellors that support people with Ataxia in the UK. By offering video sessions we can support you wherever you live.

      What to expect? – your counsellor will understand the issues you may be facing, each person is different, however, in Ataxia counselling common themes are talked through.

      Therapy – normally we would offer counselling that supports resolutions of your current issues and future planning. Some people prefer a longer deeper form of psychotherapy. We support both modes of counselling.

      When can I start counselling? – if you are paying for sessions yourself sessions would start generally within a fortnight. If you wanted NHS funding we would make an application following a free assessment session. No NHS funding application is guaranteed to be successful and the timeframe is normally between 8 and 12 weeks. 

      We pride ourselves on providing safe and compassionate Ataxia counselling where all individuals, regardless of cultural, gender or sexual identity can receive equitable mental health services and support.

      Support?

      We know that most people we see do not have mental health conditions, they have emotional stressors & issues subjected to accessibility, discrimination, limited opportunities, physical, neurological conditions & relationships in general.

      These are key issues many disabled people face on a daily basis.

      Emotional support: We can provide emotional support to individuals with cerebral palsy and their families. The counsellor can provide a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to express their feelings and concerns.

      Coping skills: Counseling can help individuals with ataxia develop coping skills to deal with the challenges of living with the condition. Coping skills can include stress management techniques, problem-solving strategies, and self-care practices.

      Relationship and communication skills: Counseling can help individuals with ataxia develop better communication and relationship skills. This can improve relationships with family members, friends, and caregivers.

      Self-esteem and self-confidence: Counseling can help individuals with ataxia improve their self-esteem and self-confidence. This can lead to a better sense of self-worth and a more positive outlook on life.

      Goal-setting and motivation: Counseling can help individuals set realistic goals and develop strategies to achieve them. This can provide motivation and a sense of purpose.

      Education and information: Counseling can provide information about the condition and available resources. This can help individuals make informed decisions about their care and treatment.

      We take pride in tailoring individual support for adults with ataxia. We ensure their needs are met by delivering a flexible, personalised service.

      Funding?

      Usually, your GP will refer you to the local IAPT mental health service if you ask for support; this would normally be because they are unaware of DisabilityPlus

      We can apply for specialist counselling if you have one or more of the following:

      ⇒ You have been discharged from the local NHS service as unsuitable for their counselling.

      ⇒ You have been recommended to see a Specialist Ataxia Counselling Service.

      ⇒ You have one or more issues around grief or addictions.

      ⇒ You use a communication device.

      ⇒ You are affected by one or more conditions, including Swallowing, Speech, Vision, Hearing, Learning Difficulties or Quadriplegia.

      ⇒ There are some other exceptional circumstances you can tell us about.

      ⇒ The severity and additional issues of Ataxia can be classed as exceptional circumstances.

      Talk to us to see if you qualify for a free funding application or self-refer to start the funding process.

      If applying for free funding, the first session is free.

      This session is an assessment; it’s the foundation to enable us to make the application with a first-class treatment plan specific to you or the client.

      Free funding applications are based on your complex needs & exceptional circumstances. 

      Free funding cannot be guaranteed, and every case is based on its own merits.

      Referrals?

      As a specialist service with a wealth of experience, we can support organisations and private people with excellent Counselling and Psychotherapies.

      Services for 

      Individuals 

      Couples

      Care-Givers

      Family Members

      Friends

      Professional Organisations 

      National Health Services

      Mental Health Providers

      GPs

      Universities & Schools

      Solicitors & Courts

      Insurance Companies

      Businesses

       

      Conditions?

      Ataxia is a neurological disorder that affects a person’s ability to control their movements. Living with ataxia can present emotional challenges that can impact a person’s emotional well-being. Here are some common emotional health problems that people living with ataxia may experience:

      Anxiety: People living with ataxia may feel anxious about their physical abilities and the potential for accidents or falls. They may also feel anxious about how others perceive them or whether they will be able to participate in activities they enjoy.

      Depression: Ataxia can be a progressive disorder, which means that a person’s physical abilities may decline over time. This can lead to feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable.

      Frustration: Ataxia can make even simple tasks like getting dressed or brushing teeth difficult, which can lead to frustration and anger. This frustration can be directed towards oneself, loved ones, or even the world in general.

      Isolation: People living with ataxia may feel isolated due to their physical limitations, difficulty with communication, or stigma surrounding disabilities. This can lead to feelings of loneliness and a sense of being disconnected from others.

      Fear: Fear is a common emotional response to the uncertainty and unpredictability of ataxia. People may fear losing their independence, not being able to care for themselves, or becoming a burden to loved ones.

      It’s important to remember that emotional health problems are normal and common when living with a chronic illness like ataxia

      Self-paid fees?

      We offer privately-paid services from age 14.

      Private pay clients are able to choose the focus, duration, and frequency of therapy.

      Clients are even allowed to choose the length of sessions. Research shows that clients who have to pay something for their treatment have more positive outcomes than those who receive free treatment.

      Individuals can start their Counselling almost immediately.

      There are no waiting lists or reports being sent to GPs. It’s Confidential.  

      Pricing 

      For the general public, we heavily discounted our session fees. This enables them to access counselling easily at an affordable price.

      Session Fees for 50 minutes:

      Initial Session £50

      Pay as you go £70

      Saver3 £180  (3 Sessions)

      For those who use assistive communication devices, session times move from 50 to 70 minutes with a session fee of £90 & saver pack of 3 sessions at £220

      Some people may find that self-paid is just out of reach if this is the case let us know and we can generally help with a payment plan.

      "When it comes to improving your emotional well-being, having a therapist who specialises in Ataxia can make all the difference"

      Support for you from Ataxia organisations

      Information

      If you want to know more about Ataxia, including classifications & types.

      Support

      Ataxia Society UK are there to offer support, information and advice to anyone effected by Ataxia

      Our Specialist Counselling Services

      If your Disability is not listed below, please contact us to see if we can support you.