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The gym, complete with power-assisted exercise equipment, for the benefit of people who suffer from a wide range of disabling conditions. Exercise is proven to help many conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, parkinsons and arthritis. With specialist power assisted equipment, West Berkshire therapy centre…
Argyles has an experienced team of registered nurses and carers who provide nursing, residential, convalescence, respite, palliative and Parkinson's care. Advanced bookings for short stays are available.This well-equipped Tudor-style house provides a comfortable and relaxing environment. Residents can socialise in the main lounge or relax…
Join this group for approx 1 hour of gentle exercise
ARTHRITIS MATTERS is based in Reading, and is here to provide support to those who suffer from arthritis. If you or a member of your family has been diagnosed with arthritis, then why not find out more about us? We are here to help everyone…
Anyone welcome to join this friendly group for a social chat and tea.
Care and Support Needs Assessment Understanding your needs and circumstances to help you stay as independent as possible Before we can work out the best way forward in your situation, we'll talk to you to understand what you want and need. This may involve a discussion about resources in…
The council provides an assisted collection for residents who are unable to put their bin out for collection due to disability or infirmity.
Available from the Volunteer centre shopmobility offices, located at the bottom of Northbrook multi-story car park behind WH Smiths. Find a range of products. The shop also has the ability to order products in from the catalogue to be delivered to the store for collection.
Assisted doorstep collections are available to elderly and less able residents who do not have any other family members to help them put their rubbish out on collection day. If you require assistance with placing your rubbish for collection then we may be able to help. Residents…
Advice and information on assistive technology for people with dementia. Alzheimer's Society produce an excellent selection of useful factsheets.
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.
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…
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.
See the information page listed under the 'related information' section.
This club for adults with autism spectrum conditions and their parents/carers meets 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…
Our Benefits Service is still available to offer advice about eligibility for benefits and help to complete application forms during the coronavirus pandemic, including online workshops and one-to-one appointments by video link – see below for details of online workshops and how to contact our…
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: Autism Seminars for Families on understanding autism; managing anger; and sensory needs; Autism…