Parity for Disability is dedicated to transforming lives. Without the right support, the life of a person with multiple disabilities becomes limited and lonely. Meaningful social contact, learning, achieving and experiencing the world all become impossible.
Parity’s services are there for people with multiple disabilities, their families and carers.
The Parity for Disability Mission: Excellence in the provision of services and support for people with profound and multiple disabilities and their families.
Parity for Disability provides vital services for people with multiple disabilities in Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire and beyond.
Like all human beings, each person with multiple disabilities has their own needs, likes, dislikes, strengths and weaknesses. Each has a future, and the ability to learn and grow throughout their life.
Each person can enjoy a good quality of life and achieve their potential.
Most of the people who use Parity’s services have a physical disability along with learning difficulties, and possibly sensory impairments or epilepsy. Most use a wheelchair and have limited movement. Most do not use speech. They don’t fit into a neat category of physical or learning disability, so few services have evolved for them.
Parity for Disability exists to provide practical support and meet their needs. ‘Parity’ means equality. Our philosophy of Equality, Dignity and Rights for people with multiple disabilities is the driving force behind everything we do.
Parity for Disability’s day services are open Monday to Friday and based at:
92-94 Whetstone Road, Cove, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 9SX
St Martin’s Church, 231 Upper College Ride, Camberley, Surrey GU15 4HE
23 Salisbury Grove, Mytchett, Surrey GU16 6BP
“I was bowled over by the wonderful combination of students being supported by very skilled staff, the sense of colour, warmth and laughter and above all, the feeling that very positive things were happening” – Hallam Mills, High Sheriff of Hampshire 2012-2013