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  • Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People

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Mission Statement

QEF is a leading disability charity with more than 75 years experience of developing innovative services which enable and support children and adults to increase independence and improve opportunities for life.

Description

QEF Services:-

Vocational-offering training and work experience to enable adults with disabilities gain meaningful employment

Independent Living-supporting young people with complex disabilities the experience, skills and information to manage the transition to independent living.

Neuro Rehabilitation-to maximise recovery from acquired brain injury and enable individuals to make realistic plans for the future

Mobility-providing 1000 mobility assessments along with advice and training. Car adaptation assessments and advice about controls and seating in vehicle and Try b4u Fly

Meru-part of the family of charities design and custom build personalised equipment for children with complex disabilities. Bugzi a wheelchair designed and built for 1-6 year olds and the travel chair a specialised seat for on-board aircraft to enable children with spinal issues to travel safely and comfortably on an aircraft giving parents peace of mind.

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http://www.qef.org.uk

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