Remap is a national charity that works through local groups of skilled volunteers. We help disabled people achieve independence and a better quality of life by designing and making equipment for their individual needs. This tailor made equipment helps people to carry out essential daily tasks without having to ask for help, or helps them take part in leisure occupations or sports that would otherwise be impossible.
Our focus at Remap is to give people independence because we know how important this is. Many people have a physical impairment of some sort. But your life changes if you have to rely on others all the time. By making a piece of equipment specifically for an individual, tailored to their needs, we can often help them become that bit more independent.
Remap gives disabled people the joy of independence.
We are pleased to give people our equipment free of charge. This is because we are a charity and are not trying to make money. All our running costs are covered by donations and support from charities and our volunteers give their time for free.
Find out more
For over 50 years Remap has been helping people towards greater independence and control over their lives. You can read more about our story on the history page.
We have over 900 volunteers at work across the country. Would you like to join them? Read more about what they do on the volunteers page
We also have a small team of people in our central office led by the chief executive Adam Rowe. You can read more about him and the team on the at our people page.
As a registered charity, we also have a group of trustees who oversee all that we do. They are volunteers too and you can read more about them on the trustees page. Find links to our annual reports and the way in which our charity operates on the governance page.