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AVAILABLE FOR CLIENTS Acorn Home Support Ltd is an agency providing non-regulated activities (home help). It was created with the sole purpose of delivering the very best home support to vulnerable people within the community. Our management team have a wealth of experience and are…
For Adult Social Care Services in West Berkshire, please see our website below. Use our contact details to get in touch.
Advocacy in West Berkshire is available to you if you are an older person, a carer, a person with a disability or a mental health illness. Services provided in West Berkshire: Click on a service below for more information. NHS Complaints Advocacy Supporting you if you have not…
Advice and information website about daily living equipment, assistive technology and other aspects of independent living. Unsure what might help, try AskSARA
Care and Support Needs Assessment Understanding your needs and circumstances to help you stay as independent as possible. Full details available on the Assessment and eligibility webpage.
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…
AVAILABLE FOR CLIENTS Dedicated and experienced health care professional with 14 years of background working in the community aiding people by providing assistance administering daily direct care support, offering both emotional and practical support, this includes domestic tasks as well as health monitoring to…
The Chapel Row Community Service Group is a group of volunteers set up to help the elderly, the lonely and those in need, by such means as: Transport for those unable to use public transport to and from the dentist, chiropodist and optician, etc; hospital…
Age UK Berkshire provide a free befriending service in Reading, Bracknell and West Berkshire. The team of dedicated and caring volunteers are not currently visiting clients in their own homes, but if you need this or similar support in one of these areas, Age UK Berkshire may know of…
Many people find themselves alone for one reason or another, or are isolated, perhaps due to illness or disability. They just don’t get out as often as they would like or see as many people as before. A volunteer with matching interests and personality will be…
Grants available to people in financial hardship who need essential equipment, such as a wheelchair, or help to get over a short term hurdle, such as an illness. Support & Advice: Friendly and non-judgemental support and advice on a wide variety of issues given to anyone who…
If you are thinking about moving into a care home or arranging care for a relative or friend, you can find useful information and advice in the Berkshire Care Directory. The independent Berkshire Care Directory is a good first stop to also discover more about…
Information and support to live independently and safely. Berkshire Vision provide vital practical and emotional support to visually impaired people and their families. The range of services include: Sight Loss Support Officers Telephone Befriending Tech support Employability Children, young people and families activities programme Social activities 18-35…
The telephone befriending service will match you with a volunteer to call you each week (or however often works best for you) to make sure you have someone to talk to. Visit the Berkshire Vision website today.
Life after traumatic injury can be challenging. Blesma is here for all serving and ex-service men and women who have experienced loss of limbs. Loss of limbs, hearing, sight or speech, either during or after service. Here to help.
Visit the website for a full listing of support services. Some of the services provided in the Berkshire area: Short-term loans of medical equipment to people in need, including wheelchairs in a range of types and sizes for anyone over the age of 5 years…
The Fund is just one of the ways in which BT may be able to offer support to employees facing personal difficulties/financial hardship: Former employees - If you have worked for BT, or GPO Telephones in the past, we could well be able to help.…