We are committed to delivering our essential services as safely as possible. We will continue to ensure the safety of the people we serve, their occupational therapists, carers, and the Remap volunteers who design, make and install specialist equipment. We will continue to monitor Government and NHS guidance regarding social distancing and Personal Protective Equipment and we will undertake sufficient risk assessments.
We are still here, able to provide help, and we will continue to take special measures to do so.
We help young and old alike, from babies to centenarians. We help people with a range of disabilities, with both physical and mental conditions. We help everyone regardless of their income, and our help is given free of charge (although donations are welcome!)
We work across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and we have a sister organisation in Scotland.
Ena’s appearance was affected by radical surgery.
Computer games whizz kid Brendon lost the ability to play when his muscular dystrophy progressed.
Gareth wins gold with a new throwing seat.
Members of a sports club for disabled young people wanted to try archery.