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Visit the GOV.UK website to find out if you are eligible to receive attendance allowance. Attendance Allowance helpline Telephone: 0800 731 0122 Textphone: 0800 731 0317 Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 6.00pm Further links to Carers and disability benefits on the GOV.UK website.
Retirement properties with a health club, library and restaurant. A monthly management fee, deferred management charge and ground rent apply to all properties. Also visit the website for a full listing of activities and details of membership. Swimming pool and fitness studio also open to…
With 39 self contained flats. All the flats have a kitchen, lounge, separate bedroom and a bathroom with a walk in shower. Two flats have double bedrooms and there are five specially adapted wheelchair flats on the ground floor. There are two assisted bathrooms in…
Our allotment group is open to autistic adults (diagnosed or self-ID) in the Reading area. If you would like to join us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest. AutAngel is a community interest company run by and for autistic people. The group develop and…
AutAngel is a community interest company run by and for autistic people. The group develop and help others develop autistic run projects, and publicise autistic-run ventures and events of interest to autistic people. The AutEvents calendar offers a free listing service for events of interest to autistic people.…
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This club for adults with autism spectrum conditions and their parents/carers meet fortnightly in Reading, normally on Monday evenings. Every other meeting takes place at The Outlook pub. Venues for the other meetings vary and can include bowling arcades, restaurants or walks. Details of forthcoming meetings…
Autism Berkshire’s Benefits Advice Service is available to autistic people and their families in the county, whether or not they are members of Autism Berkshire. Our benefits service manager Kevin Jackson has many years of experience helping people with benefit applications and can help autistic…
Autism Berkshire provides a wide range of workshops and courses for parents and carers of autistic children and young people, including those awaiting diagnosis. Among those available to West Berkshire residents are: Workshops on Understanding More About Autism; Supporting Behaviour; and Sensory Differences; Autism in Girls;…
The Autumn Group meets weekly on a Tuesday in the Wilkins Centre, providing lots of activities for all in the surrounding villages. Come along and join this friendly group where regular speakers attend and outings are also organised for all to enjoy.
Sport in Mind, the charity that uses sport and physical activity to improve the lives of people experiencing mental health problems. open to all abilities, delivered by a qualified instructor, and all equipment is provided.
Sport in Mind, the charity that uses sport and physical activity to improve the lives of people experiencing mental health problems. Fun, casual drop-in Badminton session for people experiencing mental health problems with your session leader, Tony. All abilities welcome!
Sport in Mind, the charity that uses sport and physical activity to improve the lives of people experiencing mental health problems. Fun, casual drop-in Badminton session for people experiencing mental health problems. All abilities welcome!
Person-centred support at our Berkshire respite service Here we provide a welcoming and rewarding environment to support development and achievement. We enable parents and carers to have respite, providing a safe and enabling environment for their family members.
Offering friendship and companionship to all those who have experienced a bereavement in the past, or have to come to terms with a terminal diagnosis for themselves or a loved one. Meetings are sensitive, open and friendly to all newcomers, with a listening ear always available…
Nestled in the leafy village of Stockcross, Bayford House offers personalised care packages which include residential, respite, nursing, palliative and Parkinson’s care. The home also has independent living suites for those in need of extra support or recovering from surgery. Originally a private residence, Bayford…
Located near the centre of Reading, Beacher Hall offers 24-hour nursing care and support for those 18 and over with a range of needs.That includes those living with complex needs and neurological conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis, respiratory conditions, Parkinson’s and acquired brain injuries. The…
Beat provides helplines, online support and a network of UK-wide self-help groups to help adults and young people in the UK beat their eating disorders
Could you be a dementia friend/champion? A Dementia Friend is somebody that learns about dementia so they can help their community. If you are an individual and interested in improving your awareness of dementia, you should contact the Dementia Friends team first. You should also contact the…