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Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to people with sight loss. RNIB work to enable people with sight problems to live their daily lives independently. If you or a loved one has a sight problem, RNIB…
Providing opportunities to volunteer in an outdoor environment within the local community, through the Rangers on Active Response (R.O.A.R) group. This provides opportunities for you to take part in outdoor activities and maintain the natural environment. Activities include footpath clearance and maintenance, litter picking and…
The sessions offer one-to-one tuition so you can learn what you want, at your own pace, with everything being explained clearly as you progress. Due to high demand, there is usually a waiting list for some of the sessions, so it is essential for you to contact Age…
Services include: Supported living and domiciliary care - supported living services for people with learning disabilities to help them live more independently. Leisure - a mixture of on and off-site activities at Hft's Milton Heights site, including activities promoting health, well-being and maintaining mobility such as keep-fit, dance, football,…
The Furniture Project provide opportunities to volunteer and train in practical activities at the Training and Community Support Centre which is based at the The Community Furniture Project, Bone Lane, Newbury.  The Project runs a charity that passes on furniture, electrical and other household goods to…
Kingsley Organisation supports disabled adults and provides opportunities for personal development, education, training and independence.  We do this through the provision of person centred day opportunities.  We offer learning activities and training, enabling people to achieve their personal goals, along with counselling and emotional support. …
“Transition” is a term used to describe the time when young people who may need ongoing social care services move from childhood into adulthood. They may transfer from children‘s services to adult social care or have an assessment upon leaving school to look at their…
DWP has launched a new website with clear content and easy to follow navigation, to help people understand what Universal Credit means for them.  The site helps people find out what benefits they should be claiming, and provides more detail about how Universal Credit (UC)…
Service offered to children and adults with learning disabilities, young people with mental health difficulties, children and young people struggling with education, support for children who are looked after. Set on a 45 acre working farm in Padworth, 5 miles from Junction 12 of the M4…
Volunteering is known to be beneficial to people with mental health problems. It can provide the structure needed to aid recovery, as well as helping to raise self esteem, encouraging socialising and providing learning opportunities. But many still face obstacles to overcome before they can…
The Watermill Theatre welcome you to Accessible Performances, especially designed for guests with additional needs and their companions. Guests with additional needs are always welcome at The Watermill, to any performance, and if there is anything staff can do to make your visit more enjoyable, please get in…
Over 250 young people are currently involved in our extremely popular youth theatre opportunities. They meet weekly during term time to learn about theatre skills, to have a great time and create some theatre magic on The Watermill stage. Waterminis is for aged 20 months…
Ways and Means Trust have a large warehouse in Caversham where adults can come and learn new skills, possibly in the warehouse where there is a light commercial packing and repackaging operation, which specialises in contract packing, for example, shrink-wrapping, collation, hand finishing, assembling point-of-sale displays, and packing products for…
A weekly group that meet with their peer group and friends that is set up to equip people with a learning disability with social and life skills promoting social inclusion, equality and understanding between those with a learning disability and the public. Our aim is…
West Berkshire Training Consortium is a not for profit provider who contracts with the Govenment Education Funding Agency and Skills Funding Agency. We provide a wide range of opportunities for 16 - 24 year olds and adults as funded by the Government. This includes: EFA…
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