• Our Apartments


    We provide modern developments of mobility apartments that are full of special features and thoughtful touches designed to enable adults aged 18+, who are physically disabled or vision impaired, to do those everyday tasks that are key to being able to maintain their much-prized independence.

    These features, together with 24/7 on site support from our own resident house managers, empower our tenants to live life as they choose behind their own front door.

  • Now we are seven

    Cecil Rosen Court

    The opening of Cecil Rosen Court brings our portfolio of developments of mobility apartments to seven - four in North West and three in North East London. We are now able to house 360 people whose physical disabilties or impaired vision would otherwise have prevented them from leading the independent life that is so easy for others to take for granted.

    Even with this additional facility our waiting lists continue to grow and we are actively searching for new plots to enable us to build more of our unique and vital developments.


Jewish Blind & Disabled dare you to abseil on Sunday 29th September

Unlock House Party at House of Wolf

Join us on Saturday 5th October for Unlock London's exclusive House Party at House of Wolf.

Young JBD Pub Quiz

Join us on Sunday 20th October for Young JBD's Pub Quiz.

Annual Young Patron Reception

Our Young Patron Board will host their fourth Annual Young Patron Reception at the prestigious Ecuri...


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Why we need your help

Please take a few minutes to hear from one of our tenants about what we do and why we need your help to enable us to continue doing it. Until recently Marc was a fitness instructor with his whole life ahead of him. Then, in his early thirties, he was diagnosed with MS.

As a totally independent charity with no government funding, your support helps to make all the difference to someone facing the daily challenge of overcoming physical disability or vision impairment in order to live an independent life.

Please donate now to help us turn more lives around.

How you can help

There are so many ways in which you can support our work just some of which are indicated below. Whether giving of yourself or donating much needed funds we are grateful to all our valued supporters for the difference they make to so many lives.