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Living Options Devon (LOD)

Living Options Devon is a well respected user-led organisation which works to ensure that people with disabilities and Deaf people can live the life they choose. Set up in 1990 LOD is a registered charity (Charity N0. 1102489) and a company limited by guarantee (No. 4925281). Based in Exeter and Barnstaple, our charitable aims mean we we can offer services across the South West and share good practice throughout the UK.

Being led and run by people with disabilities and Deaf people ensures LOD has first hand knowledge and understanding of the issues facing service users and so is very well placed to increase the influence and voice of Deaf and disabled people. We do this by providing advocacy, education, training and services which enable people to live the lives they choose.

As well as providing a range of services for people with disabilities and Deaf people, we also train other organisations on disability and accessibility issues.

Devon County Council uses an SEND flag to list services which define themselves as suitable for children and young people with SEND. These are part of Devon's SEND Local Offer. We recommend that you contact the service provider to make sure the service is suitable for your child or young person.


01392 459222
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Ground Floor Units 3 - 4, Cranmere Court
Lustleigh Close
Matford Business Park
Parking accessible for people with disabilities
Toilet facilities for people with disabilities
Hearing loop
Wheelchair accessible

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Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm
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Local charity working for people wth disabilities and Deaf people

Last updated: 18/04/2019
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