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The club offers full disabled facilities along with a selection of aids including wheelchairs. Additional support offered, please ask one of the qualified coaches who will be pleased to assist you.
Young people who would like to give this a try are welcome to join in the training session on Saturday mornings. Come on your own, with a friend or the family (min. age 9 yrs). Full disabled facilities. All welcome.
Run by parents for parents of children with additional needs and or disability, voice your opinion on the services you would like for your child. We hold coffee mornings, visit schools, meet with local services to ensure the voice of the parent/carer is heard. If…
West Berkshire Card The leisure centre discount card for residents of West Berkshire The West Berkshire Card is a great, free way to gain discounts on: activities in the council's sports and leisure centres If you're over 60 years old, have a disability or are…
The West Berkshire Card is a great, free way to gain discounts on: activities in the council's sports and leisure centres If you're over 60 years of age, have a disability or are on a low income you may be eligible for a Concessionary West Berkshire…
West Berkshire Community Hospital has a Minor Injuries Unit, a Phlebotomy service and an inpatient service.
Short Breaks Services Statement West Berkshire Council 2017 Short Breaks provide disabled children and young people with an opportunity to spend time away from their parents, socialising, gaining independence and having fun. They provide families with a ‘break’ from their caring responsibilities; they give parents…
West Berkshire DAA group is aiming to improve the lives of people living with dementia in West Berkshire. Steering group meetings are held regularly with at least 4 meetings a year. If you would like to attend one of these open meetings then please get in…
A community based charity in West Berkshire set up to assist the homeless back into work and accommodation and support those as necessary to the services which can help them.  West Berkshire Homeless are still continuing to fund and run three half way houses and…
A community based charity in West Berkshire set up to assist the homeless back into work and accommodation and support those as necessary to the services which can help them.  West Berkshire Homeless are still continuing to fund and run three half way houses and…
Promoting inclusion for disabled people across West Berkshire (and beyond). The Independent Living Network was formed in 2010 by 8 local groups and organisations. Representing disabled people and their carers. The purpose of the Independent Living Network is to form a network user lead organisation…
Badminton - those participating will gain from getting fitter, improved hand / eye co-ordination and learn to work as a team and to enjoy the game of Badminton
Cookery Club - Teaches people independence in the kitchen, and how to prepare healthy meals; through positive learning, making choices, planning, managing a budget and through learning practical and simple cooking skills.
Eli's club offers a mixture of educational, sport and leisure activities for its participants.  This is combined with the opportunity to socially interact, encourages individuals to develop their communication skills in a relaxed fun environment.
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…
The activity enables its users to express themselves, work as a team and provides a satisfaction and confidence boost gained from a public performance.  The groups provide entertainment for an audience producing an average of three high standard shows each year.
Growing4All is a therapeutic garden skills project for Adults with Learning Disabilities based at Cottismore Park. Growing4All provides real work for its trainees with a customer base that is well established, providing such services as spring, summer and autumn bedding plants for sale, hanging baskets…
Link Up is a Work Skills project for Adults with Learning Disabilities, providing a real work environment for Adults with Learning Disabilities.  Link Up works to develop each individual member's potential within a sheltered work skills unit, providing real work skills and also tailor-made educational…
Aimed at those 19+, trampolining encourages participants within individual ability to work towards British Gymnastics Trampoline Proficiency Awards, and for those willing to do so there is a possibility to take part in competitions.
Holiday Scheme
Playscheme for children/young people with additional needs. Playscheme runs over the Easter and Summer Holidays taking children aged 3 to 19 years with a wide range of abilities and needs. Each child is given a one to one volunteer carer for the day.  There are also…
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