please note the phone lines to the QEF Mobility Centre are currently not working. 

Individual staff members are contactable through their individual email addresses or via our general email mobility@qef.org.uk. If you have any urgent enquiries please call our head office on 01372 841100

27 March 2018

Music therapy specialists Chroma are to provide music therapy to patients who are undergoing neuro-rehabilitation at QEF and will initially deliver a pilot project to deliver evidence-based neurologic music therapy.

29 January 2018

Our annual QEF Kids equipment fair for children and families has been rescheduled for April 20th. 

With more than 40 exhibitors of equipment and advice this is a free event not to be missed if you have children with any disabilities.   

There is a leisure theme so some very interesting talks are planned around subjects such as cycling, holidays and toy adaptations. 

If you pre-book you can also get a free assessment on the day for wheelchairs, car seats, or our driving rig for young drivers or those needing advice on more complex controls.

09 January 2018

Looking for a challenge for 2018? Here is your chance to do something amazing and take part in one of the most iconic marathons in the World while helping us raise funds to support QEF!

QEF has have limited places available for the 2018 Virgin London Marathon, which takes place on Sunday 22rd April 2018 and we would love to welcome runners to our team!

We will support you every step of the way with fundraising and training tips, a discussion forum, training and information days, an exclusive QEF marathon jersey and of course we will be there to cheer you on as you run!

04 January 2018

Accessible aviation expert, Graham Race from QEF has joined the Heathrow Access Advisory Group (HAAG).

For some, flying with a disability is a daunting prospect and as a result people with disabilities only make up a small percentage of the total number of air passengers in the UK. Recently, a report from the CAA found that of the 260 million passengers that flew in and out the UK in 2016, only 3.1 million passengers used special assistance services. This makes up only 1.52% of all passengers, suggesting barriers for people with disabilities remain.