Useful information

Please use the links below to find out more information about your wheelchair service and what is happening in your local area.

Documents

Click here to view the NHS Eligibility Criteria

Click here to view wheelchair user manuals

Click here to view the useful video links page

Click here to view the What Happens Next – Assessment leaflet

Click here to view the Right to Travel leaflet from the National Wheelchair Managers Forum

Service user group forum

Please contact the customer service team or email userforums@ajmhealthcare.org if you would like to join the service user group.  We also have a Facebook group, where you can chat with other service users and keep up to date with service developments.

Other useful links

Carers MK – An independent charity and a company limited by guarantee, established in 2006 to support unpaid carers in the Milton Keynes area.

Deaf Support – Milton Keynes deaf support services located in Tingrith. Includes advice for BSL students, communication support, support for tutors and offers details of a calendar of events.

Enrych – Dedicated to assisting adults with a physical disability take part and enjoy a range of leisure activities such as swimming, sports and much more. Check out their site for details of how to get involved.

Families and Carers Together – FACT Bucks, short for Families and Carers Together in Buckinghamshire, is a group of parents and professionals, who meet to discuss real issues that affect children and young people with additional needs and disabilities in Buckinghamshire.

Milton Keynes Centre for Independent Living (MK CIL) – MK CIL is an information centre which provides a very wide range of free and confidential information on any disability related issue for people with a disability, their families, carers, and anyone else with an interest in the field of disability.

Horizon Sports Club – Sports for children and young people with disabilities.

Milton Keynes ME Group – MK MEG is a small self-help group, run mostly by people with ME/CFS/PVFS/FMS, with the help of a few carers. The group is affiliated to Action for ME.

Muscular Dystrophy UK – Thames and Wessex Muscle Group – The Thames and Wessex Muscle Group is a great opportunity to get involved, meet people and their families in the region affected by muscular dystrophy or a related condition and share information and advice through peer to peer support.

Activity Alliance: Disability Inclusion Sport

Accessable – Accessibility information you need to work out if a place is going to be accessible for you

If you have a link to an organisation that you think could benefit other service users, please get in touch with us at hello@wheelchair.services