Equipment and gadgets that make day-do-day tasks easier and safer for people with limited mobility and with disabilities, including: Mobility aids Kitchen aids Moving and handling Stairlifts Hand rails Walking aids Ramps Pressure relief Incontinence products Bathrooms aids Adjustable beds and chairs Eating and drinking…69 Rances LaneWokinghamRG40 2LQ
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- 24 hour services open 365 days per yearProviding support & care for people with learning & physical disabilities either in their own home or in a small residential care environment for seven people. We are able to provide services to people with profound & multiple disabilities.Armadale CourtWestcote RoadReadingRG30 2ES
- A community initiative offering essential transport to the elderly and disabled and visits to the sick and housebound, with help from volunteers. Opening hours for enquiries are 9.30am - 11.30am Monday - Friday. We can help young people with a disability only with transport to get…Church House59 Church StreetCavershamRG4 8AX
- On-line resource providing information on carers rights
- Information on private practicing Occupational Therapists in your area.
- Every Wednesday from 10:00 am - come and join us for a drink, cakes and a chat. Soup and rolls are available from 12:30 pm for £1.50.Abbey Baptist ChurchAbbey SquareReadingRG1 3BE
- We provide a Shopping Service to people in the Reading and Wokingham areas. This includes older people and people with physical/learning disabilities. We also provide personal care at home, companionship and Live-in care.Centrum HouseHeadley RoadWoodleyReadingRG5 4JB
- Directory of businesses and services approved by Trading Standards, including domestic cleaning, gardening, etc….
- National charity offering support for people affected by lung disease
- Help Line Mon-FriCarer’s Allowance is the main benefit for carers. If you are looking after someone for 35 hours a week or more, you may be eligible. The carer does not have to be related to, or live with, the person they care for. https://www.gov.uk/carers-allowance A carer can claim…
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