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Support to help vulnerable residents stay warm this winter

Winter Watch Winter Watch offers advice and help to older people, people with disabilities or long term health conditions and families with very young children whose health and well being is most at risk because their homes are cold and damp. This includes: a home energy…

Healthy Lifestyle (Caring in Reading Information Pack)

A healthy lifestyle can contribute to emotional wellbeing. Click on the linked services on this page to find out more. Page last reviewed: 30/07/2020

Free health checks for over-14s with a learning disability

Reading Mencap has run the 'Being as Healthy as We Can’ multi-disciplinary Learning Disability Health Working Group this year and is focusing on Annual Health Checks. They have designed this flyer to raise awareness that children and young people with Learning Disability, from age 14…

Living well with Dementia

Dementia is a progressive illness of the brain resulting in the loss of functioning such as memory, reasoning, communication skills and activities in daily living. The chances of developing dementia increase with age, but some people under the age of 65 develop this condition which…

Caring in Reading Information Pack (2020)

Caring can be rewarding but it can also be demanding, physically and mentally. This can have a huge impact on your own health and wellbeing. As a carer it is very important that you are aware of the help available to support you so you…

Are you struggling to get a vaccination or need help to attend an appointment?

If you are a family carer of someone with a learning disability we can help you with all of the following difficulties and more: You still haven’t got your appointment The person you care for with a learning disability still hasn’t got their appointment Can’t…

Compass Recovery College - Spring Term Course Schedule April-July 2021

Compass Recovery College continues to run FREE mental health and wellbeing courses for all. Aside from running outdoor sessions, Compass Recovery College continues to run most of theircourses online on Zoom or Teams. They will continue to assess the situation, and start to bring in…

Learning disability services and List of local Day Activities for people with Learning Disabilities

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…

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…

Mental Health in Reading - Information page

What is mental health? Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Mental health problems are very common and there is…