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From 1 October 2010, the Equality Act replaced most of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) but the Disability Equality Duty in the DDA continues to apply. Find out about the protection and legal rights the Equality Act provides for disabled people on the Directgov website.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission produces more information, including a Practical Guide to the Law and Best Practice for Employers.
Visit our Disability Links page for useful links to other websites relating to disability and accessibility.
To find out more about the disability services we provide, please see the links below:
Information on the level of accessibility in shops, museums, churches, banks etc.
Information about grants to help disabled people improve their homes. You will find information on how to have your council house adapted on the Disabled Adaption pages.
Information for people providing services for disabled people.
Details on where to park and how to get a badge.
This is a list of information about disability organisations both locally and nationally, concessions available, sporting and leisure opportunities etc. You can also request a paper copy if you prefer from this page. You can also visit our Disability Links page for useful links to websites relating to disability and accessibility.
Information about Oxford and Witney's Shopmobility scheme which offers free loan of wheelchairs and electric scooters to people who need them for shopping and sightseeing in Oxford city centre.
Page last reviewed 21 June 2011