Member Organisations


For a full list of the Guernsey Disability Alliance member charities see the attachment. Please click on the links by each charity listed below, for further information.

If you would like to become a member charity please click on the button below.


Enables post-16 learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities to take part in educational activities and events.

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Accessible Alderney

Campaigns to make Alderney accessible to everyone.

Contact Jane Aireton  07781 426508

Ageing Well in the Bailiwick

Contact Niki Cleal at the Guensey Community Foundation. E-mail: and tel: (01481) 748056

Alzheimer’s Society – Bailiwick of Guernsey (Dementia Friends)

The Society provides information, education and support for people with dementia and their carers locally.

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Autism Guernsey

Runs a wide range of schemes and support groups for adults and children on the autism spectrum and their families.

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Carers Coming Together

Offers all unpaid long-term carers for sick, disabled or elderly loved ones time to relax and be cossetted themselves.
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Cystic Fibrosis

Local families who suffer with the issues surrounding CF have little or no way of sharing there ups and downs, their problems, we should help each other.
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GO (was Communicate)

Giving opportunities to Guernsey’s young people

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Grow Limited

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GSF Mental Health Fellowship
Guernsey Adult Literacy Project

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Guernsey Blind Association

Resource centre and local co-ordinator provide practical advice and equipment to maintain independent living skills.
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Guernsey Cheshire Home

The Guernsey Cheshire Home provides long term residential care, day care and respite services for adults with a physical disability.
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Guernsey Disability Swimming

Provides facilities to enable people with a range of disabilities to swim under a protective, secure environment in which coaching and close supervision is offered.
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Guernsey Deaf Children’s Society

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Guernsey Drivability

Guernsey based specialist service for people requiring advice, assessment, training or rehabilitative retraining in medical fitness to drive.
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Guernsey Employment Trust

Assists people with disabilities to prepare, find, and maintain work.

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Guernsey Hard of Hearing

The Guernsey Hard of Hearing Association are committed to offering care and support to everyone who has a hearing problem and their families.
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Guernsey Marlin Special Swimmers

The Guernsey Marlins is a swimming club for people with a learning disability.
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Guernsey MS Society

The Guernsey Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society provides help and support for local people with MS, their family and their carers.
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The Guernsey Society for Physically Disabled People (Ron Short)

The Ron Short Centre are committed to help and assist people with physical, mobility and sensory disabilities of all ages.
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Guernsey Sports Commission

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Guernsey Stroke Association

Offers support and encouragement to stroke sufferers by holding weekly meetings and providing information and outings.

Headway Guernsey

Supports adults and their families living with the long term effects of a brain injury caused by an accident, stroke, tumour or meningitis.
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Health Information Guernsey

Provides a confidential and impartial information service covering all aspects of disability and health related matters.
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Guernsey Jumbulance Holidays

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Provides friendly help, support and social activities for the benefit of all adults with mental health problems in Guernsey.
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Macular Degeneragtion

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Mental Health Service User Group (MHSUG)

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Mind Guernsey

Mind aims to develop a service that will promote, preserve and safeguard positive mental health for the people of Guernsey.
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Monday Adult Literacy Group
Monday Club (was Brock Road Specials)

Youth club for youngsters with varying special needs (both physical and learning) from the age of nine and upwards.
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National Autistic Society Guernsey

Like the main National Autistic Society, the local branch champions the rights and interests of all people with autism in the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
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St John

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Local support group run by parents, for parents, families and friends who have, or are involved with, children who have a special need.
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Youth Commission

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Contact the GDA.

We'd love to hear from you.

+44 (0)7781 467316

Write to us at:

Guernsey Disability Alliance
First Floor (EAST),
Island House,
La Grande Rue,
St. Martins,