Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People

Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People

At a glance


  • Health and well being / research and care
  • Physical disabilities

Other details

Geographical remit: 
National - England


QEF is a charity based in Surrey that has over 80 years’ experience in providing essential services for people with complex disabilities. 

We provide training, life style solutions, encouragement and support for disabled children and adults. Our aim is to help every individual to achieve their goals for life, which may involve learning to drive a car, gaining the skills and confidence to live independently or starting on a programme of rehabilitation following an acquired brain injury.  We provide support, teach them skills and develop their expertise to help them achieve greater independence in their lives.


At QEF we work together to deliver caring and creative solutions for people with disabilities of all ages, enabling them to live life to the full. 


QEF provides support and care to people with complex disabilities at its two residential centres in Surrey - Leatherhead (Independent Living Services) and Banstead (Neuro Rehabilitation Services).

We also provide a wide range of mobility services including specialised equipment for disabled children and we even have a mock airplane seating unit so that people can 'Tryb4uFly'! 


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