Useful Links

Learning disability organisations


Respond – Supporting people with learning difficulties, their families, carers and professionals affected by trauma and abuse



British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)

Ann Craft Trust – Safeguarding disabled children and vulnerable adults

Foundation for people with learning disabilities

The Tizard centre

The Elfrida Society

Association for Real Change

Downs Syndrome Association – Helping people with Downs Syndrome

National Autistic Society – For people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families

VOICE UK – Supports people with learning disabilities and other vulnerable people who have experience crime or abuse

About Learning Disabilities – Expert advice on learning disabilities

Helen Anderson Associates – Promoting person centred change

Social Care Institute For Excellence

Netbuddy – Providing practical tips and information from people with first-hand experience of learning disabilities

Learning disability and Mental health organisations

Estia Centre

The Mental Health Foundation

Clear Thoughts –  Knowledge centre on mental health for people with a learning disability

The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed

Royal College of Psychiatrists

Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health

United Response

Stamp out Stigma

Department of Health

Office for Disability Issues

Information on moving to further education for students with disabilities

Gender and women’s rights organisations

National Alliance of Women’s Organisations (NAWO)

Women’s Resource Centre

Rights of Women

Womankind Worldwide

Women’s Health Concern

UK Disability Forum women’s committee

 Jewish mental health and outreach organisations


Jewish Care

Jewish Mental Health – Comprehensive resource on Jewish mental health services in Greater London

Jewish Learning Disability Organisations


Langdon community


Jewish Blind and Disabled

Jewish Childcare Association

JWeb – Learning Disability information for the Jewish Community

The JCC London –  The JCC works in partnership with The Judith Trust and aims to include everyone.


*This list is not exhaustive and the Judith Trust takes no responsibility for the content or material on these sites