The Centre for Independent Living, covering Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire managed by Choices and Rights Disability Coalition.

The Centre for independent Living (CIL) is a collection of key services for disabled people..

Choices and Rights staff members manage the Information Service,Direct Payments Support Schemes,Database of Potential Personal Assistants,Disability Information Service,Disability Equality TrainingConsultancy,Equality Act Advice (Disability) and Personal Health Budgets Support Scheme.


Choices and Rights is an organisation for disabled people in the Kingston upon Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire area. We are 100% run and controlled by disabled people. We believe that the best experts on the needs of disabled people are disabled people themselves and as a result, Choices and Rights membership and reputation has grown because agencies and organisations know that when they seek consultation with us they will have dialogue with a delegation of disabled people. 

Our main aims are:.

    • To promote the independence and inclusion of all disabled people in society
    • To Identify and pro-actively challenge the discrimination faced by disabled people
    • To encourage disabled people to work together to achieve change locally





Are you interested in helping your local NHS to shape the future of the services in the Humber area?


Humber Acute Services Review Targeted Communication and Engagement

Choices and Rights are working in partnership with Humber Wold and Rural Action (HWRA) to arrange a workshop to discuss the Humber Acute Services Review. We have arranged a small workshop for up to 10 participants on the 14th May 2019 @ 2.00pm at our training room at Jude Lodge, Tiverton House, Tiverton Rd, Bransholme, Hull. HU7 4DQ.
Transport costs are available or transport can be arranged (subject to availability). In the first instance, please can you ring Mark Baggley on Hull 878778 or email



Have you or someone you care for used any of the following hospital services?
• Stroke
• Neurology
• Cardiac
• Critical Care
• Complex Rehab

Do you have experience of using any of the services or support someone who does?

Are you interested in helping your local NHS to shape the future of the services in the Humber area?
The Humber Acute Services Review is looking at a range of hospital services across five hospitals in the Humber area:
• Scunthorpe General Hospital
• Diana Princess of Wales Hospital,
• Goole Hospital
• Castle Hill Hospital
• Hull Royal Infirmary

You can find out more about the review on this website:   we would like to speak to people who do not normally take part in public consultations to find out your views