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Our Hangout session is for those aged 16-25 living with moderate learning disabilities. It offers workshops, cooking, independence and life-skills. Young people engage in the programme by building relationships and taking ownership of the centre. It is an opportunity for young people to attend a safe,…

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Ability provides housing and support services to disabled people living in the South of England. They work in London, Essex, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey, Dorset, and West Sussex.
An Access to Work grant helps pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition so you can: start working stay in work start your own business How much you get depends on your circumstances.  The money doesn’t have to…
Adult Social Care has for a long time been organised according to specialism. This means that if a person with a physical disability, a learning disability, a mental health need or dementia has needed our help, they will have been supported by a specific team…
Adviza is a charity inspiring people to make better decisions that help them progress in learning and work. We support young people and others, at important times in their lives where key decisions need to be made. We aim to raise people's aspirations and motivate them…
Mobility aids and equipment for the benefit of elderly people as well as disabled children and adults. Advice and guidance pages. VAT Relief on disability aids If you are disabled or chronically sick, you may well be eligible for VAT relief.  Most disability aids can be…
Armed services apprenticeship. For more information on apprenticeships: Ministry of Defence (MOD) an overview of all armed forces - view website link below Army - view website link below Royal Air Force - view website link below Royal Navy - view website link below  

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An ASD Social Group where people can make friends and enjoy a meal and a chat. The group is for adults (18+) with Asperger Syndrome or autism who require little or no supervision and are comfortable in a group setting. Their partners, friends or carers…

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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. Enquire about door to door transport.
Autism Berkshire was set up in 1990 by parents of children with autism, autism-related problems and challenging behaviours. We now have more than 600 members, including individuals, families and professionals. The main aims of the charity are to provide a comprehensive advice and information service for…
Autism Berkshire's Benefits Service offers advice to individuals and families with autism living anywhere in Berkshire. Kevin Jackson, our qualified Benefits Adviser, has many years of experience working in the fields of benefits/access to work and autism.  He can help parents and carers of children…
Our club is aimed at young people aged 14-25 on the autism spectrum and typically of mainstream ability, we welcome beginners and talented artists. The young people who attend shape the programme of different art media and crafts activities that we  offer. Each session has…

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This is a social group for young people on the autism sectrum based around gaming on popular consoles such as the PS4, Wii U or XBox. The games and activities are led by the young people's interests. All our games will be multi-player to encourage friendship…

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The Autism Group offers special interest groups for young people aged 14 to 25 who are on the autism spectrum. Our Fusion Club, for 14-25 year olds, will appeal to fans of multi-player console gaming or Pokémon and offers other activities as well. This might be…

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Offers training and talks about autism from an informed insider perspective.  Help to autistic adults, their families, or counsellors and therapists to understand and best manage the impact of autism. There is a charge for using this service   The website contains a huge amount…

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The Autism Trust provides an ASD friendly, real working environment, fostering independence and building work skills for individuals aged 16 years and older, with autism. This can be achieved through work experience or where applicable participation in the ASDAN Employability programme.
Autus – The Hao2 Foundation exists to facilitate personal and professional growth for people with autism and complex needs, increasing opportunities for exciting and sustainable work to improve lives and prospects. We are a disabled people's user-led organisation set up to enable disabled people to…
Bankruptcy Advice Online is a leading provider of information and guidance on bankruptcy, debt and debt solutions in the UK. We are active in raising awareness with individuals and businesses on the benefits of receiving financial advice and providing greater information to wider audiences.  …
Berkshire County Blind Society is an independent charity that aims to enable and support visually impaired people in Berkshire to live independently and to enhance their quality of life.
A social group for adults aged 18+ with mild to moderate learning disabilities. An opportunity for you to meet new people, make friends and have fun. The group meets every Tuesday evening at venues within the community. Activities include trips to local pubs, swimming, meals…

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