If you find it difficult to get around, we can give you advice to help you stay a part of your community.

Well Aware - community activities database Go to https://www.wellaware.org.uk/ (opens new window)
Information on a wide range of organisations, support groups, community groups, events and activities that can help improve your health and wellbeing in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

Community transport
Community transport services including Bristol Community Transport Go to https://bristolcommunitytransport.org.uk/ (opens new window) and Shopmobility.

Concessionary bus pass
Apply for a bus pass, companion travel, replacement bus pass.

Disabled parking blue badges
The Blue Badge scheme helps you park nearer to your destination if you're disabled.

Driving and Mobility Center Go to http://drivingandmobility.org/ (opens new window)
Supporting disabled and older people keep mobile and independent, and help those affected by medical conditions stay safe on the road.

Day centres, support and Bristol Community Links
We'll help you to be independent and find activities, employment training or learn new skills.

Befriending, volunteering and employment
Ways you can get out, keep busy and be useful if you're an adult receiving care.

Activities and groups for older people: LinkAge Network
LinkAge works with people over 55 and local communities to organise social activities.

Technology enabled care
A range of technology to help keep you accessing the community

Radar key
You can buy a key and guide to locked accessible toilets in the UK.

For walking aids like wheelchairs, walking sticks or mobility scooters, you need to talk to your doctor.