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Our loyalty card scheme promotes accessible local businesses, provides members with discounts and raises money for Action on Disability. Finding out which shops and restaurant are accessible can be a frustrating process for disabled people, so Action on Disability provides a handy list of accessible businesses

With thousands of members in our community, we actively support their interests and their aim to live enriching and fulfilling lives. Launched in 2011, the AoD loyalty card; an initiative to make our community stronger and more self supporting.

The scheme is triple edged, raising awareness of accessibility in our community, bringing rewards to our members and bringing much valued business to our service providers in these troubled times.

The loyalty card will be made available to all clients including their carers and families and those who have used Hafad’s services. It will be free of charge.

Local retailers have been encouraged to join the scheme, and most have agreed to give discounts or incentives to cardholders. The retailers participating will be displaying a Hafad sticker in the window. All businesses who have signed up have agreed to make provisions for cardholders. This scheme is about the community supporting the community so let’s back it and make a difference.

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4 Useful Chair Exercise – Balance, Flexibility, Sitting, Strength


AoD’s Health and Wellbeing Club have re-produced a series of 4 Chair Based Exercises that are available on the NHS Choices Website (www.nhs.uk) Below you will find a Large

Grenfell Tower Online Appeal


In response to the recent devastating fire in Grenfell Tower I have been contacted and advised that the following Venues / Centres are no longer able to take donations

Receptionist Volunteers Wanted by AoD


Action on Disability are looking to recruit Reception Volunteers for our office in Lillie Road, Fulham, SW6 7SR Are you interested in gaining the following? Experience of working in

Check Out a New YouTube Channel called Interactive Mobility


AoD Connect (Peer Support Project) would like to Showcase a New YouTube Channel aimed at getting Disabled People and getting their Voices heard through Informative Videos. Below is a

TFL Brand New ‘Please Offer me a Seat’ Scheme is Now Live


TFL (Transport for London) have launched a new Badge and Card to help customers who are less able to stand, or just don’t feel comfortable about asking, get a

Brand New Back on Track Workshops for YOU – May to December 2017


AoD Connect – Peer Support Project, (part of Independent Living Service), are pleased to be working alongside the Back on Track Service to offer people a series of 8

Are you 50+, Love Films, we have a New Monthly Film Club


  AoD Connect (Peer Support Project) have joined up Open Age to offer anyone 50+ a Monthly Film Club. So, let’s start with the basics Who’s Eligible? – Anyone

Do you have Sight Loss, Live in West London and want your Voice Heard?


Central West London Vision (CWL V) would like to invite people with Sight Loss to become an active member of our Evolving Committee / Group Who are Central West

Become a IT Tutor / Buddy in our Weekly IT Group


‘IT Connect’ is looking for ‘IT Tutors / Buddies’ for our Very Popular Computer Group.  What is IT Connect? ‘IT Connect’ is a twice weekly computer group and, is

Access Our Peer Support Groups / Activities, Learn New Skillls & Meet New People


looking for somewhere to Access Peer Led Groups / Activities, Meet New People, Learn New Skills and become more Independent and Confident. Well, we are looking for people to