Sounds like a difficult situation for you Sweetpea, it's always emotionally stressful when family breakdown is in the picture as well as the practical difficulties of trying sort out alternative accommodation.
If you have a disability, you should be entitled to an assessment by Social Services, so if you feel they are not being helpful, you could try to find out if there is an Advocacy Service locally that could support you in approaching them for help and advice. A negative response is always daunting, but don't let it put you off - there are also other organisations you could approach. Somewhere along the line you will find someone who will respond positively and helpfully, which can be really empowering. Do you have your name on the housing list? Your local council office should be able to advise you on appropriate accommodation, taking into account any access needs you may have. If there is a Centre for Independent Living or a Disabled People's Organisation locally they may also be able to give you information, advice and support. Your local Citizen's Advice Bureau may also be able to help with information and advice on finance and benefits. Private renting may be an option for you, in which case have a look at what's available?
Do hope you are able to move forward, Sweetpea, in a way that feels right for you, and that things start to look up.
I am the Information and Advice Worker for Scope and I suggest that you give our helpline a ring on 0808 800 3333
They have staff members who will be able to give you some good information on how to move forward
Mr other suggestion is you could try getting in touch with Clover Leave Advocacy who may be able to offer you some support here is their web site with their details
I hope this is helpful
Information and Advice Worker