The UFindUs disability directory is a vital source for those who are suffering from a severe or mild disability or for the families who are caring for a loved one with a disability. The directory provides listings of suppliers for disability equipment that can be essential and people that are able to provide support and advice as disability is often a complex process in receiving the correct information on civil rights and help that can be available when needed. As a disabled person you should find out about your rights and what can be provided for you, the disability directory can provide you with information. If you are seeking Children's respite care or mobility equipment and accessories you can access listings from the disability directory.
Lancaster is a municipal borough of north-west England north of Liverpool. Chartered in 1193, Lancaster was built on the site of a Roman frontier station. Lancaster is an old town with cobbled streets and intriguing passages situated on the county border with a background of the Lake District. Lancaster's history is based on its port and canal. Lancaster castle, partly built in the 13th century and enlarged by Elizabeth I, stands on the site of a Roman garrison. Lancaster castle is well-known as the site of the Pendle Witches' trial in 1612. On a campus a short distance south of the city is Lancaster University, a respected national university. Surrounding areas include Morecambe Bay, Slyne, Hest Bank, Bolton-le-Sands, Carnforth, Caton, Kirby Lonsdale, Heysham and Galgate.