KCIL works to make sure that all disabled people across the Royal Borough Of Kingston live as independently as they choose.

Providing a range of services so that disabled people  are able to lead independent lives. 

Supporting children and young people with Personal Budgets.

Help us make Kingston and the surrounding area a better and more inclusive place.

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Culture in Quarantine

As part of the Culture in Quarantine series, now streaming on iPlayer, five of the films explore the experiences of D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists

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Disability Awareness Day poster, featuring illlustration of three people, one with a walking stick, one with a wheelchair and one with an invisible disability. Market Square, Kingston, Sunday 5 September, 1 - 3pm. Come along to hear about people's experiences from local groups!

Disability Awareness Day

On Sunday, 1-3 pm, 5 September, Kingston town centre’s Market Square will be hosting an event to raise awareness of accessibility issues faced by disabled

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