TDF offers a full range of mainstream complementary therapies as well as counselling and chiropody. Our Centre has 5 therapy rooms and is based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, Middx. All our therapists are fully qualified, insured and hold a current DBS check.

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TDF has no boundaries or barriers - we are open to any person with a disability/medical condition and we also care for carers.

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Watch this short film to see TDF in action. Want to book a therapy? Please call us on 020 8954 7373 email: info@tdf.org.uk Minicom: 020 8954 7413

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Complementary therapies working with conventional medicine

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‘Last year TDF delivered over 6600 complementary therapies to disabled people and carers – 81% reported improved health, respite and relief from pain.’

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The Disability Foundation (TDF) is a registered charity that provides complementary therapy services to disabled people, anyone suffering from a chronic health issue or medical condition, as well as those involved in their care, including NHS staff.

Examples of therapies are: Remedial Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Osteopathy, Acupuncture, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Reiki, Thai Yoga Massage, Chiropody

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Based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH)
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Brockley Hill,
Stanmore,
Middlesex,
HA7 4LP
Click here for directions
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020 8954 7373
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020 8954 7413
email info@tdf.org.uk
Registered Charity Number 1076761

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TDF Opening Hours:

Monday 9.45am – 8.30pm
Tuesday 9.45am – 5.15pm
Wednesday 9.45am – 5.15pm
Thursday 9.45am – 8.30pm
Friday 9.45am – 5.15pm
Saturday 10am – 1pm

Thursday evening opening made possible by support from The Worshipful Company of Grocers

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“We are always looking for volunteers. If you live locally to our centre and would like to help please contact us to find out about suitable vacancies”.

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The Disability Foundation added an TDF presents an Edinburgh Festival Preview Show.

The Disability Foundation are proud to be hosting comedians – Pierre Novellie and Tom Ward – for an exclusive pre-Edinburgh Festival charity comedy evening! Come along, laugh and donate to TDF all at the same time!

When: Wednesday 8th June 2016.
Doors: 7.30pm, Starts: 8.00pm
Tickets : £15 on the door, £12 in advance.
Email: geraldine@tdf.org.uk to reserve your advance tickets or pay next time you come to TDF.

About the comedians!

1. Pierre Novellie:

Born in Johannesburg in South Africa but moved to the Isle of Man when he was a boy. He is one of the best up-and-coming comedians in the United Kingdom – you may recognise him from BBC Three’s Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live or 4OD’s comedy series Taxi Gags.
www.ckproductions.co.uk/portfolio-item/pierre-novellie/

2. Tom Ward

Comedian, writer, filmmaker and voice-over artist Tom Ward has made a name for himself in comedy as a finalist in the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2014, Leicester Square New Comedian Final 2013 and NATY Final 2014. Tom has forged a successful and unique path in the industry, with his inventive style incorporating his voice-over talents and improvisation, in addition to his innovative writing.
www.ckproductions.co.uk/portfolio-item/tom-ward/

3. Aaron Simmonds (MC for the night!)

Aaron has been trying to stand up for 26 years. Luckily he can do comedy even if he cant do the standing up. He has a unique perspective on life, usually of people’s belly buttons. His greatest influences are Nelson Mandela, Muhammed Ali and Barry Chuckle.

TDF presents an Edinburgh Festival Preview Show

June 8, 2016, 7:30pm

Sir Herbert Heddon Centre, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital HA7 4LP

The Disability Foundation are proud to be hosting comedians – Pierre Novellie and Tom Ward – for an exclusive pre-Edinburgh Festival charity comedy evening! Come along, laugh and donate to TDF all at the same time!

When: Wednesday 8th June 2016.
Doors: 7.30pm, Starts: 8.00pm
Tickets : £15 on the door, £12 in advance.
Email: geraldine@tdf.org.uk to reserve your advance tickets or pay next time you come to TDF.

About the comedians!

1. Pierre Novellie:

Born in Johannesburg in South Africa but moved to the Isle of Man when he was a boy. He is one of the best up-and-coming comedians in the United Kingdom – you may recognise him from BBC Three’s Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live or 4OD’s comedy series Taxi Gags.
www.ckproductions.co.uk/portfolio-item/pierre-novellie/

2. Tom Ward

Comedian, writer, filmmaker and voice-over artist Tom Ward has made a name for himself in comedy as a finalist in the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2014, Leicester Square New Comedian Final 2013 and NATY Final 2014. Tom has forged a successful and unique path in the industry, with his inventive style incorporating his voice-over talents and improvisation, in addition to his innovative writing.
www.ckproductions.co.uk/portfolio-item/tom-ward/

3. Aaron Simmonds (MC for the night!)

Aaron has been trying to stand up for 26 years. Luckily he can do comedy even if he cant do the standing up. He has a unique perspective on life, usually of people’s belly buttons. His greatest influences are Nelson Mandela, Muhammed Ali and Barry Chuckle.

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The countdown has begun!!!!!!

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It was lovely to meet Silvia,Jo and Remi from Barnet Alzheimer’s Society, who invited The Disability Foundation to give a short presentation at the Dementia Cafe today

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Look What Has Arrived At TDF!!!!

You are all invited to come share this GIANT Easter Egg with us

Eating commences on Wednesday
23 March at 13.00pm

At The Disability Foundation in the Louis Fleishman Building
Next door to Prosthetics,in the grounds of the RNOH.

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A huge thank you to Irene and Kathy who gave over 25 mini treatments on International Women’s Day at Harrow Council. The event was brilliantly organized and the speakers were inspirational.

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Disabled Access Day is all about getting out and visiting a venue that you have never been to before…….come and talk to TDF at Aspire Leisure Centre this Saturday 12 March

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Paralympian 100m Breaststroke James O’Shea calls TDF his ‘killer advantage’
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