Some organisations provide specialist support to people with disabilities to ensure that they are able to access buildings and participate fully in education opportunities.
The AccessAble website provides a directory of colleges and universities in London which provide accessible courses for people with a variety of disabilities and health conditions
Going to college on regular basis may not be practical for you, but you can still study without going to college by doing distance learning. This means you can study in your own home, at your own pace. You will be given materials to work through and will have the support of online tutorials and forums.
International Correspondence Schools (ICS) offer a range of courses online for people who don't want to attend college.
The Open University provides specialist support a wide range of support and facilities for people with all kinds of disabilities to enable them to succeed in their studies, including advice about funding. Over 12,000 people with disabilities study with the Open University.
Westminster Adult Education Service offers a range of courses specially designed for people with disabilities, and aimed at encouraging independent living, and enhancing social, educational and employment opportunities in a safe and supported environment.