PSI Network Members

Like the other partners in Forum Central, the PSI Network is a network of third sector, not-for-profit organisations that support, work with or provide services for people in Leeds.  In the case of the PSI Network, the target group is disabled people with physical or sensory (hearing or visual) impairments.

The PSI Network CIO welcomes applications for membership from relevant third sector organisations at any time. These are approved by the board of trustees.

You can download an application form here (Word 35KB).
Please return it , by post or email, to Gill Crawshaw:
gill.crawshaw@forumcentral.org.uk

c/o Volition
C24 Joseph’s Well, Hanover Walk
Leeds LS3 1AB.

You can also phone Gill on 0113 242 1321.

Current members (last updated May 2017)

Action for Blind People

Advonet

Age UK Leeds

Alliance of Experts by Experience

Arthritis Care

Artlink West Yorkshire

Association of Blind Asians

Better Action for Familes

British Lung Foundation

Carers Leeds

CASA (Care and Share Associates) Ltd

Cloverleaf Advocacy

Connect Housing

DALES (Deaf Across Leeds Enablement Service)

DeafBlind UK

DIAL (Leeds)

Different Strokes Leeds

Disability Sport Yorkshire

DREAM

Equine Pathways UK

FDM (For Disability Mobility)

Feel Good Factor

Get Cooking

Guide Dogs

Leeds Bereavement Forum

Leeds Centre for Integrated Living

Leeds Federated Housing Association

Leeds Involving People

Leeds Jewish Welfare Board

Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People

North & West Yorkshire ASBAH (Association for Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus)

Open Space CIC

Otley Action for Older People

Parkinsons UK Leeds Group

PHAB Club Leeds

Pluss Organisation CIC

Purple Patch Arts

Pyramid of Arts

RNIB

Sage Project (Yorkshire Mesmac / Age UK Leeds)

St Anne’s Community Services

St John of God Hospitaller Services – Terry Yorath House

Sanctuary Supported Living

Sense

SignHealth

SNAPS

Speak with IT

Specialist Autism Services

Stop Hate UK

Stroke Association – Information & Advice Service

Touchstone

United Voices

William Merritt Disabled Living Centre

Women’s Health Matters

Yorkshire Sport Foundation

 

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