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  1. Grants

    The Family Information Service have put together information on organisations that can offer grants to support families.   Page reviewed November 2022
  2. Grassroots Community Meetings - Zoom

    Utulivu host weekly community virtual conversations on Thursday mornings at 11:30am - 1pm.The meetings covver a wide range of topics, always related to building up your wellbeingThere are guest speakers, live polls and updates on what is happening across Reading. Everyone is welcome to joinTo…
  3. Have another drink: The important of hydration

    Hydration is a key component of maintaining a healthy body system. Last summer an increase in E. coli blood stream infections (BSIs) suggested that there may be a link between dehydration and increased numbers of urinary tract infections, which in turn led to higher numbers…
  4. Have you thought of Appointeeship?

    An appointee is someone who has been given authority by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) / JobCentre Plus to receive a person's benefits on their behalf. There is no need to submit any medical evidence to prove that the person has lost capacity.…
  5. Health & Social Care

    This section gives you information about health services for children and young people including specialist nursing, therapies (e.g. physiotherapy, speech and language therapy), Child and Adolescent Mental Health and audiology and tells you how you can get help from them.  "Simply click on the relevant…
  6. Health & Wellbeing

    Health and Wellbeing is most important in family life, there may be many concerns and issues throughout your life and these can vary from you and your children’s health and happiness, ranging from healthy eating and road safety to protecting your children from online technology.…
  7. Health Checks - What you need to know

    Everyone is at risk of developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease, and some forms of dementia. The good news is that these conditions can often be prevented – even if you have a history of them in your family. By having your free NHS…
  8. Health Services (NHS) in Reading

    Health services in Reading are delivered from local NHS Trusts, the first point of contact for most NHS services is usually from the Primary Care providers this includes GP’s, dentists, pharmacists, opticians including the NHS Walk In centre and NHS 111 telephone service. To find…
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