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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…
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Are you concerned about a child's welfare living within West Berkshire. If so then please report to the Contact Advice and Assessment Service.
After you've had an assessment of your care and support needs, you may be allocated a Personal Budget to use to pay for your care and support. If you receive a Personal Budget we'll give you some advice to help you plan how to use…
The Disabled Children's Team's aim is to ensure that children and young people who are disabled or who have complex needs that result in disability will receive high quality, co-ordinated, child and family centred services that provide value for money, are based on assessed needs…
Young people's drug and alcohol service for West Berkshire for children up to the age of 18 years.
These 2 statutory child care teams; one covering the East (Calcot) and one covering the West (Newbury) of West Berkshire undertake work with families where children have identified safeguarding needs. The aims are to reduce risk and promote the welfare of children. Social workers work closely with mental health, domestic abuse and substance…
IP Homecare are a home care agency providing support to those who wish to remain independent. Independent People (IP) Homecare is an established live-in care agency with a wide network of experienced home care assistants across England and Wales. Leading the way in providing comprehensive, competitively-priced care services,…
Skills for Care provides practical tools and support to help adult social care organisations in England recruit, develop and lead their workforce. We became the home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care in 2014.  By working with organisations and sharing best practice, we help…
Special Needs Advice and Counselling Service  (SNACS) S.N.A.C.S has been set up in West Berkshire to offer counselling to parents of children with special needs/disabilities.   The service is funded by West Berkshire and is free to all people that access S.N.A.C.S. All of the counsellors…
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