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: Minicom: 020 8954 7413

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Complementary therapies working with conventional medicine

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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,

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telephone 020 8954 7373
minicom 020 8954 7413

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 (TDF) is raising funds to deliver therapies to hospitals and hospices in the UK.

In this fundraiser long term client and supporter of TDF Paralympic swimmer James O’Shea is shaving his beard. James hopes to raise more than £2,000. Please help by sponsoring James’ "shave a swimmer" campaign so that TDF can make a difference to more people’s lives.

The Disability Foundation is raising funds to roll out its treatments to different hospital departments at the RNOH Stanmore

In this fundraiser long term client and supporter of TDF, paralympic swimmer James O’Shea, is shaving his beard for MOVEMBER and we are hoping to raise more than 2000 pounds. Please sponsor our ‘shave a swimmer campaign’ and help us to help more people.

Details can be found by inputting The Disability Foundation at JustGiving Crowdfunding.

TDF would like to thank the Royal Albert Hall for another enjoyable afternoon performance at their annual Friendship Matinee.The friendship matinee aims to encourage those who would not usually come to the Hall access to the arts and to provide inspirational and rewarding experiences. Bookings open for the 2017 performance in January.

TDF was pleased to participate in the London Borough of Barnet‘s week of events to celebrate Silver Sunday. Every year, the first Sunday in October honours older people and their contributions to society. Last Thursday, 6th October, TDF offered mini-treatments including massages and chiropody. We look forward to participating again next year.

TDF would like to wish our team ParalympicsGB the best for the upcoming Paralympic games. The games run from 7th till 18th September. Team GB placed second in the Olympics – shall we do as well in the Paralympics? GO, Team ParalympicsGB!

Summer time! What have you all been doing this summer? When asked about their favourite summer activities, TDF’s staff, volunteers, and clients mentioned going to the seaside, lying in the sun, reading a good book in a sunny spot, being out and about with friends, and swimming, amongst others. What are YOUR favourite things to do over the summer?

We have been very busy recently! On 8th and 10th June we attended 2 carer events at Rosary Priory, Bushey,Niland House where Milka gave acupressure treatments, while Martine, Swaran and Julie offered neck and shoulder massages..
We started a 4 week project at Saracens Hendon. Parents and carers choose to have reiki or massage whilst their teens (who are all on the autism spectrum) practice their football skills.
Yesterday we spoke to enthusiastic activity co-ordinators in Barnet to explain the therapies that TDF could offer to care home residents. Watch this space!!!!!!
Today we have been eating our way through the delicious cake that Waitrose Mill Hill East gave us. Yummy!!!!!

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