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The Breakaway Group is for 18-30 year olds with learning disabilities to enjoy being part of a group and have fun, get active and engage in all sorts of social and recreational activities. Another way we help disabled children feel part of society and further develop…

View original source on the Oxfordshire Family Information Directory

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Social Club for people with learning difficulties aged 16+. Live music or disco every Wednesday from 7-9pm.

View original source on the Bracknell Forest Local Directory

Enjoy a Heritage train ride on our rural branchline that was first opened in 1866. Our line runs through the beautiful countryside of South Oxfordshire and links the historic riverside town of Wallingford with GWR trains at Cholsey. Travel on our 1950s coaches, hauled by one of…

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The Community Furniture Project run a charity that passes on furniture, electrical and other household goods to people in need.  Everyone can shop at the Project. You don't have to be on a low income, on benefits or a pensioner - but if you are, you will…
All abilities welcome Having access to a wide range of leisure activities and facilities is important for everyone. No Limits will help the people they support enrich their social and life skills, as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle. Sessions in winter months at Newbury College Sessions in…
Newbury CTPLD Health Team is based at West Street House, West Street, Newbury on the first floor. The team consists of Community Learning Disability Nurses, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Physiotherapists and Specialist Dietitians. The main objective of the team is to…
The Yume Project offers a wide range of day activities and services tailored to meet the needs of adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.  Staff have developed particular expertise in a number of areas, these include challenging behaviour, complex physical needs, epilepsy, life skills, transition,…
We provide: support for people living in their own homes or in shared housing support for people to find and maintain suitable accommodation a team of support advisors to help individuals and their families with a personal budget transition support for young people leaving school…
Dimensions also provide: support for people living in their own homes or in shared housing support for people to find and maintain suitable accommodation a team of support advisors to help individuals and their families with a personal budget transition support for young people leaving school…
Dimensions also provide: support for people living in their own homes or in shared housing support for people to find and maintain suitable accommodation a team of support advisors to help individuals and their families with a personal budget transition support for young people leaving school…
Dimensions provide: support for people living in their own homes or in shared housing support for people to find and maintain suitable accommodation a team of support advisors to help individuals and their families with a personal budget transition support for young people leaving school or…
Dinton Pastures Country Park covers just over 335 acres. The park is open daily. It has 7 lakes, 2 rivers, 3 public bird hides, and meadows. Please keep dogs under control and prevent them from fouling footpaths. Activities and interests fishing - at White Swan Lake,…

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What are Direct Payments?Direct Payments are a way of arranging social care services for disabled children and young people and their families. A person with parental responsibility for a disabled child is given money to pay for the service instead of the local authority arranging…
After you've had an assessment of your care and support needs, you may be allocated a Personal Budget to use to pay for your care and support. If you receive a Personal Budget we'll give you some advice to help you plan how to use…
Disabled Facilities Grants (DFGs) of up to £30,000 are available for work that's needed to help a disabled person live more independently in their own home.  The grants are available to both home owners and private tenants. Applying for a grant Before you can apply for a Disabled Facilities Grant, we'll need…
As a higher education student living in England, you can apply for a Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) if you have a disability, including a: long-term health condition mental health condition specific learning difficulty, eg dyslexia You must meet the definition of disability under the Equality Act 2010. The support you…

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Information about Disabled travel on buses and trains.
Create and develop visual affects (VJ), learn musical skills in disc jockey (DJ). Have fun with your favourite music, learn skills in mixing music, visual effects and DJ software. In the DJ sessions participants focus on learning the skills of selecting and presenting their favourites…
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