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DASH is a user led disability charity working with people with physical, sensory and/or learning disabilities.

DASH challenges people's perceptions and encourages disabled people of all ages to reach their full potential. We provide advice, support and activities that allow disabled people to take control of their lives and to become more independent, confident and part of the community.

Services include support planning, personal budgets, advocacy, disability advice (including benefit claims) as well as sports and leisure activiites. We also provide work experience opportunities for disabled people and run a weekly youth club. 

When someone is assessed by social services to receive Direct Payments can help you keep up to date with paperwork and generally guide you

Wood End Centre, Judge Heath Lane, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 2PB
Umbrella org:
Disablement Association Hillingdon (DASH)
020 8848 8319
020 8848 8324
Opening times:
Monday - Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm (Answerphone out of hours)
Who is it for:
People with physical, sensory and/or learning disabilties
Disabled access:
Full access

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You may be entitled to receive benefits if you are on a low income or have certain costs to meet because of your personal situation. Check if any of the following apply to you. You're on a low income (employed or looking for work). You have dependent children. You're ill or disabled. You're caring for someone. You're aged 60 or over. You have been bereaved. You're pregnant or have recently had a baby. You can check whether you may qualify to receive financial or other support by contacting a benefits adviser service or by reading the attached fact sheets
The Direct Payments scheme is a UK Government initiative in the field of Social Services that gives users money directly to pay for their own care, rather than the traditional route of a Local Government Authority providing care for them.
If there is a problem with either a persons physical or mental health this can affect their day to day lives and may mean that they are entitled to benefits as a result and further medical support.