What do they do?
Aspire provide a range of services to 40,000 people living with spinal chord injuries. They run a fund, a housing programme and an advisory service.
How are they social?
They help individuals lead fulfilled and independent lives in their homes, with their families, in work-places and leisure time. They essentially take someone from injury to independence.
|Address:||ANTC, Wood Lane, Stanmore, Middlesex, GB, HA7 4AP|
|Phone:||+44 (0)20 8954 5759|
|Social benefit:||Disabled people, Disabled people, Disabled people,|
|Company type:||Not stated|
|Certifications:||"Positive about disabled people", Investor in People, "Positive about disabled people", Investor in People, "Positive about disabled people", Investor in People,|
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