June 2018
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Our news
Our new address and our new forum
Along with changing our name recently, we've also moved our offices. Our new address, still in north London, is:

The Research Institute for Disabled Consumers
Unit 10 Blenheim Court
62 Brewery Road
London N7 9NY

Please update your records. It would be fantastic if you’d include our new name and details in any newsletter, media or social media – thanks.

Our panel of disabled and older people is now called our consumer research forum. If you're a member, there's no need to reapply. But do tell your friends to join us! See more information below.
Other news
Stairlift survey
If you've got a stairlift, or know someone who has, you can help Which? to rate the best and worst stairlift manufacturers and retailers. The survey is open until 20 July. To take part, To take part, email david.chapman@which.co.uk 
Motability Select Committee Report
The First Joint Report of the Work and Pensions and Treasury Committees into the Motability Scheme was released in May 2018. Read more below.
Mental health and travel
People with mental health conditions can face a number of difficulties when they travel. University College London wants to find out more. If you or someone you know would like to help, take the anonymous survey below.
Improving NHS eyecare
A new report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Eye Health and Visual Impairment has reported on how NHS eyecare services in England can be improved to ensure no one loses their sight unnecessarily. Find out more below.
Inclusive apprenticeships
Disability Rights UK wants your suggestions for reasonable adjustments that are needed to support disabled people who want to become apprentices. Email Philip.connolly@disabilityrightsuk.org by 30 June. Read more below.
Wheelchair freedom wizards
Freedom Wizard is a charity that provides all-terrain wheelchairs for visits to the Lake District National Park. Wheelchair users and people with limited mobility are eligible to apply for a guided trip (minimum donation £50). Full details below.
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