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We empower disabled people to live the life they choose.

Living Options Devon is working across the South West to ensure that people with disabilities and Deaf people (who use British Sign Language) can live the life they choose.

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Can we help you?

Click on the links below to discover how we can help and support you.

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    Your Mobility

    Providing you with the information and advice you need to make your daily tasks easier, and to give you access to services that put the enjoyment into living.

    Find out more about Mobility

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    Your Deaf Community

    The Deaf Led team understands the importance of Deaf culture and know from personal experience the issues faced by Deaf people and the best advice and support to overcome these.

    Find out more about Deaf Community

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    Your Sight and Hearing

    Our specialist team offer free support, impartial advice and equipment information in relation to living with sight loss, hearing loss and tinnitus.

    Your Sight and Hearing

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    Your Hidden Disability

    Not all disabilities are immediately obvious. A wide range of medical, sensory, neurological, and mental health conditions can impact on daily living.

    Your Hidden Disability

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    Your Wellbeing

    We believe that everyone has a right to a sense of wellbeing – to feel comfortable, safe, and in their best health. How you maintain your wellbeing will be personal to you. Sometimes, everyone needs some help with their wellbeing.

    Your Wellbeing

Welcome to our new website

Thank you for visiting our new website, we are really excited to share it with you. We hope it gives you the information you need, guiding you to where you can get help and advice from us and organisations that work with us.

We offer a range of help and support services for people with a long-term health condition or disability and Deaf people, where British Sign Language is their first language.

Now more than ever we are ‘stronger together’, we are focused on supporting you, enabling you to have access to the things that matter to you, and to live as independently as possible.

Your Stories

“To know there’s a voice there to listen to you when you need it, has made a difference.  

Your Stories is a place where people who use our services and support can share their experiences.

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Can you help us?

There are many ways to get involved in Living Options Devon. For example, whether you are interested in volunteering or working for us; joining as a member of one of our services or to help us raise funds to continue our charitable work!

Get Involved – volunteer, events, campaign, work with us

Celebrating Thirty Years

This autumn and into next year we are delighted to be marking our landmark birthday, reflecting on our achievements so […]

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The See Hear Centre is on the move this Spring

Local charity service which offers free support to people with sight and hearing loss, has to vacate its premises in Barnstaple before the end of March.

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Government recruiting Disability and Access Ambassadors

The Cabinet Office has announced it is recruiting fourteen new Disability and Access Ambassadors. These ambassadors will help ensure businesses are doing all they can to support their disabled customers.

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Our Latest News and Update

2020 has certainly been a year to remember. As it draws to a close we provide some respite from the restrictions and confusion, with this news update on exciting new service offerings, and our plans for the future.

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New guides will help re-open Torbay’s natural attractions

Living Options has been working in partnership with UNESCO Global Geopark to create a number of Visual Guides that will provide the information people need in advance of visiting.

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Disability History Month

“Access doesn’t just mean physical access, it’s so much more than that.”

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