You could look into applying for a Disabled Persons Railcard. A disabled person’s railcard gets the card holder, and the person travelling with them, 1/3 off the price of their train ticket. You can get one if you:
- Receive Personal Independence Payments (PIP)
- Receive Disability Living Allowance (DLA) at either: the higher or lower rate for the mobility component, or the higher or middle rate for the care component
- Are blind/ partially sighted
- Are Deaf/ hard of hearing
Oyster and pay as you go travel
Disabled Persons Railcard holders are also able to register their Railcard discount onto their Oyster card. This will allow you to get 1/3 off Oyster pay as you go single fares and daily caps on London Underground and Docklands Light Railway services also.
Having a disability shouldn't stop you enquiring about possibility of learning to drive. There are lots of specially trained instructors ready and waiting to help and adapted vehicles to meet your needs.
Having a blue badge is extremely helpful as it enables you to park nearer to your destination.