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Help and Support

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.

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Independent Living

We understand that mobility is crucial to maintaining independent living, from completing day to day tasks to working or keeping active or creative. Mobility difficulties can make everyday tasks hard too, often resulting in us not taking part in things that enrich our lives.

Keeping Active Mind and Body

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

Outdoors and Indoors

Our award winning Countryside Mobility and Heritage Ability schemes have partnered with some of the most interesting visitor attractions and beauty spots across the south west. Giving you access with the help of all terrain mobility scooters and accessible information, such as large print guides and BSL tours.

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Countryside Mobility
Tony Whiteley and Deaf cyclists photo July 2019
Deaf Get Active
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Putting the fun into living

Want to be more active both physically and mentally? Our Keep Active team share a range of exercises both seated and standing. They have also launched their 5K Your Way program supporting you in being more active.

We share lots of useful information to maintain a health lifestyle on our YouTube channel, and you can access the links below to other services and our trusted partner organisations, so you can do the things that put the fun into living.

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Heritage Ability

Useful Links

Keep Active

Help and Support

Need some advice or would like to talk to someone? Our friendly Time to Talk team are on hand to offer confidential listening and support.

You can all them for free on 0300 303 3691

The team are trained to provide support and information relevant to your needs and concerns, including sensory loss and counselling, both of which might be affecting your mobility.

Living Options Devon Keep Active

Our team supports anybody with a disability, or long term health condition to get active and keep active both body and mind.

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Time To Talk

Our free, confidential listening support and advice helpline, for those with a disability, long term health condition or Deaf people who use BSL.

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The Hub

Your first point of contact with Living Options Devon, our friendly Hub team connects you to the support services, advice, and information that you need.

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Devon Disability Network (DDN)

Enabling disabled and Deaf people to campaign and be involved in developing the support services they need.

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Your Stories

Annie’s Story

“It stopped me from worrying about things, we could talk things through. It was somebody at the end of the phone to have a laugh with.”

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Mick’s Story

“It is very rewarding watching people build their confidence and being part of their journey in sports”

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Ted’s Story

“I’m fifty and can now go with my wife, grandchildren and dog rather than sitting in the car pretending I’m okay.”

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Zoe’s Story

‘’Living Options Devon, gave me my life back.’’

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Sheila’s Story

“I now have my confidence to participate in the discussions that matter to me and a voice I want to share”.

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Your Campaigns

Disabled People Against Cuts’

How you can get involved in Disabled People Against Cuts’ Day of Action on Monday 1 March.

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Autistic and Learning Disabled people asked to help improve Test and Trace

NHS Test and Trace to conduct research into the experience and accessibility of getting a test for coronavirus for Autistic and / or Learning Disabled people. 

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Teignbridge Housing Strategy Consultation

Teignbridge District Council would like to hear your views on their draft housing strategy. It sets out what they plan to do to tackle local housing issues.

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Lockdown 3 – Your Feedback Needed

We want to understand your experiences of the pandemic. What could make it better? Please take five minutes to complete our online survey

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UK Disability Survey

The Disability Unit at the Cabinet Office is developing a National Strategy for Disabled People. The publication is planned for […]

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RNIB Act Now

Changes to street design must be accessible for blind and partially sighted.

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Latest News for Mobility

Why do you love your garden?

This June we are partnering with local turf and topsoil company HCT Turf to find out why you love your garden and to raise funds for our charity.

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Happy Retirement Helen

“When I had my first interview with Living Options Devon I was asked ‘What do I want to achieve?’ my answer was ‘I want to make a difference’ and leaving today, I know I have certainly achieved that”.

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National Day of Reflection

National Day of Reflection to mark the collective loss of those who’ve lost someone to the virus, and come together to hope for a brighter future.

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Walk, Roll or Run do it your way

We know how important keeping active has been to you during the pandemic. Being active is so important in helping […]

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Your Voices on BBC Radio Devon

We get to hear from you on how our support and advice have helped you during the pandemic. Starting Monday 8th March on BBC Radio Devon

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Accessible Census 2021

We’ve been working with our local census team to make sure it is as accessible as possible, and available in alternative formats including BSL.

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Dave’s Epic Lockdown Challenge

Dave’s almost rowed the distance from Exeter to Newcastle, help him reach the finish line and his fundraising target by sponsoring him today.

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Lockdown Quiz Night

Need something to look forward to? Then join us on Friday 26th February at 7.30 pm for our first-ever online quiz night.

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Our Voices Group

The ‘our voices’ group urges the government to put disabled people and disabled people organisations at the heart of engagement and offers to work with them to support the development of the National Disability Strategy.

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Let’s Start Talking #TimeToTalk Day

Thursday the 4th February is Time to Talk Day and the focus this year is on the power of small. Having […]

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Upcoming Events in For Mobility

1st November 2020 – 30th October 2021

Our 30th Birthday

Like many we are celebrating a ‘lockdown birthday’ this year. We are delighted to be celebrating thirty years and are […]

10th and 11th July 2021 9am to 6pm

Living Options Devon at Powderham Historic Vehicle Gathering

Living Options Devon will be hosting a stand at the Historic Vehicle Gathering at Powderham Castle Estate, nr Exeter.  Our friendly team will be sharing information on all our support services and how and where you can access the support you need.

Powderham Castle Estate

Saturday 25th July 2021 9am to 6pm

Motability One Big Day Exeter

The free to attend Motability One Big Day events are hosted around the country and bring everything available on the Motability Scheme together in great accessible locations.