Warrington Disability Partnership
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 Warrington Disability Partnership
Supporting independence throughout life and work

Warrington Disability Partnership

Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP) is an independent, user led Social Enterprise committed to valuing everyone's life skills, experience and individuality to enable positive change. We actively promote independent living by providing information on peer counselling, housing, equipment, personal assistance, transport, access, employment, education, training and other services.

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Part of our service is targeted to assist service providers in providing the best quality service possible to disabled people and their families. We offer access audits, Disability Discrimination Act Awareness training, Disability Equality training and a range of services tailored to meet the needs of the various organisations. We are also able to offer information about the range of adaptations and equipment available to meet the needs of people with a variety of impairments. This includes making information available in different formats for those who have difficulty accessing normal printed materials. In addition to these services, we offer a range of support to individual disabled people in the Warrington area.

Here at WDP we are interested in helping disabled people find out what they can do.


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Wizard gets run-out at Runcorn festival
Warrington Disability Partnership’s (WDP) accessible narrow boat ‘The Wizard’ was given a run-out at this year’s Bridgewater Festival.

WDP to provide food for thought at Festival of Arts
Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP) has pledged its support to an eagerly-anticipated arts event.

The DISC Times They Are a-Changin'
Two popular sports clubs delivered by Warrington Disability Partnership’s (WDP) Leisure, Recreation and Sports Team are introducing new start and finish times with immediate effect.

Mobility vehicles questionnaire
My name is Craig Hunter and I am currently undertaking an MSc in Transport Planning in Engineering with Edinburgh Napier University. I would be extremely grateful if you could take the time to complete this survey which forms part of my research project on the use of off road cycle routes by mobility vehicles and their interactions with other users.

A splash for cash!
Saturday, September 6 saw nearly 40 people take the plunge for a good cause.

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