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Find out about what is available  There are a number of ways to be more physically active in our district. For more information on the list of activities available visit West Berkshire Council's Physical Activities webpage. 
These are classes designed to help people either manage or recover from an existing condition, or to help those at risk of developing one. Classes are held at Leisure Centres in Berkshire Please ask your GP or Practice Nurse for a referral form and information.
At a certain age – it varies depending on where you live - young people getting help from Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) must move onto Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS). This is called transition and is a big change. At YoungMinds find answers…
What is Al-Anon? Someone else's drinking can affect your life - be it a relative or friend, male or female. Al-Anon Family Groups hold regular meetings where members share  their own experience of living with alcoholism. Al-Anon does not offer advice or counselling, but members…
Information about AA meetings in the Thames Valley area, who to call or email for help if you think you might have a problem with alcohol and general information about Alchoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience,…
All2gether supports the minority communities in West Berkshire.  The group seeks to: Build trust and understanding between community groups and statutory service providers by  working together and utilising joint resources  Influence and support community safety initiatives  Celebrate the ethnic/cultural and spiritual diversity in West Berkshire. If there are any…
We are continually seeking ways to improve the quality of life for people with allergy, intolerances and sensitivities by offering as much information as possible.   We work closely with GPs and Primary Health Care Services by providing up to date information and training in…
The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. Dementia is caused when the brain is damaged by diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease or a series of strokes. Dementia is progressive, which means the…
Come and have your say! Encouraging people with dementia to speak out about issues affecting their lives.
For anyone affected by dementia. Ask for advice, share information, join in discussions and feel supported. A lot of valuable information is available.
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