• 114 Lichfield Street

    West Midlands
    WS1 1SZ
Walsall DIAL is a local charitable organisation which provides a wide range of services to relieve the needs and improve the quality of life for disabled young people and adults.

Charitable organisations in Walsall

The Walsall Disability Centre (DIAL) is home to the following charitable organisations: Walsall Deaf Services, Walsall Deaf/Blind Services, the Shaw Trust Direct Payments Support Service and Infertility Network UK. 

DIAL also provides offices to local charities: W’EYES, Afasic, M.E Link, Headway, Walsall Epilepsy Support Group and MND Network.  DIAL'S facilities can be booked by individuals, groups and charities for private functions.

DIAL supports families, carers, health professionals and charities that care for and work for the benefit of disabled and elderly people. If you are interested in making a charitable donation please contact DIAL. 

DIAL successfully manages a number of charitable projects and charitable services which offer care, support, education & training to disabled young people and adults.

The Walsall Direct Payments Payroll Service
A comprehensive payroll service offering ongoing administration, support, advice & training to disabled people who receive Direct Payments. 
This service is competitively priced and may also benefit small local businesses who need help managing their payroll but don’t have the resources to employ personnel of their own. 

Reach Out  
Reach Out is a free, independent, confidential information and sign-posting service which provides information on issues such as disability aids, recreation, travel, disability discrimination and other aspects of living with a disability. 

WDC Training
Using qualified, experienced staff DIAL offers I.T and basic skills training to disabled people in a fully equipped, state of the art, non-threatening environment.  DIAL also runs free taster sessions, a young people’s computer club and also supports disabled people who want to upgrade their IT skills and get back into work.  The popular Disability Awareness, Equality & Diversity and Visual Impairment Awareness courses are a must for businesses.

A transcription service that is free to individuals and at competitive rates for businesses and organisations.  Information can be produced in various languages and formats including Braille, Moon, large print, Audio and pictogram.  
Open Doors
A service for charities, voluntary organisations and businesses providing access audits, appraisals and policies that can help overcome difficulties with disabled access and ensure that your organisation is complying with the Disability Discrimination Act.
Access All Areas 
A weekly drama group for disabled children and young people and is a great way for younger people to join in and make new friends.

Step 2 IT
A mixed ability contemporary dance group for children and young people regardless of ability.  

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