Made by and for the Disabled people of Wolverhampton
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Volunteers & Contributors
About this Directory
This Directory brings together information disabled people, family carers and others want and need, – we know because you told us. Help us keep it updated.
Disabled volunteers update information that has changed. Staff add new sections based on what you tell us you want.
If you want us to cover something new – email us.
If you are a disabled person or carer, you can get a free copy of this directory as a document (large or standard text), audio cd or on cd-rom, by contacting the One Voice office.
We need to tell you that One Voice will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any inaccuracy or error in this Directory.
This Directory is being updated and getting a face lift!
Some pages are missing while we do this.
We will train new volunteers to help us update the directory, and keep it up to date.
If you want we can also teach you to design a website.
The last full update of the Directory was in 2013.
We updated some of the Directory in 2017 and 2018.
The last Directory Design was in in 2010
Health & Wellbeing
You can find out about medical and dental services, and mental health support, as well as disability friendly information about exercise and diet.
Death and Dying
You can find out about making a will, beravement Services, Benefits for funeral costs, dealing with motability contracts etc
House & Home
Getting and keeping a home, help with aids and adaptations, loans and grants to pay bills or improve your home, services. Dealing with money, benefits and debt.
Transport and getting around; sport, leisure and entertainment; Education and Learning
Information and advice on the Equality Act (Employment, Goods and Services, Education); Guidance on the Mental Health Act, Care Act, Mental Capacity Act and DoLs; Consumer Rights
Having a say about your needs and community;l becoming a councillor, running campaigns, start an interest group.
Inheritance Tax must be paid on assets and gifts, if the assets or gifts are valued at over £325,000.
The tax is payable at 40 per cent on the amount over this threshold.
You do not usually have to pay inheritance tax if you give things away to your spouse or civil partner (if you both live in the UK), charities, political parties, and some national institutions like National Portrait Gallery, universities etc.