There is a wide range of day opportunities offered across the borough for people with learnign disabilities.
The services offered aim to make sure that people with learning disabilities have the support they need to:
- stay healthy and well
- be as independent as possible and reach their potential
- be involved in the community
This can include support to:
- find somewhere to live
- go to school or college or work
- meet new friends
- take part in sports and other activities
- find a day service
- access health services
List of Day Services available to people with a learning disability
A number of providers run Day Services for residents over 18+ who have a learning disability. Cick on the link below to view the list or type LD day services in the search engine of this website:
For a list of LD Day services in PDF format, please click here
List of activities and clubs for people with a learning disability
Click on the link belowto access the list of activities and clubs or type LD activities in the search engine of this website.
List of training and work experience provision for adults with learning disabilities
If you are looking to learn a new skill and find work, please see the list below for local providers who can assist you or search LD work or LD training on the search engine of this website:
Royal Berkshire Hospital (RBH)
The Senior Nurse/Learning Disability Coordinator can help make hospital visits easier for you and the person you care for.
For more information see https://www.royalberkshire.nhs.uk/information-for-disabled-patients.htm
or call 0118 322 8159 for details.