Liberal Democrat Disability Association

LDDA_logo.jpgLiberal Democrat Disability Association campaigns within the party to ensure that disability is thought about rather than being an afterthought.

LDDA (Lib Dem Disability Association) has been in existence for 21 years. It is open to all members of the party, who may have disabilities, be carers, or be interested in disability.

Disability is not just about wheelchairs, and sticks. It is also about mental health, asthma, speech impairments, MS, ME, fibromyalgia, sensory impairments etc. 

You can join via PayPal on our website. Contact Gemma Roulston, (membership secretary) to get membership and standing order forms, if you prefer to pay by cheque or standing order.

We also have a Facebook group, and a discussion egroup. 

Contact

Website:  www.disabilitylibdems.org.uk
Email: info@disabilitylibdems.org.uk

 

 

 


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