The Dyspraxia Foundation provides support and assistance to individuals and families affected by dyspraxia, promotes better diagnostic and treatment facilities for those who have dyspraxia, helps professionals in health and education to assist those with Dyspraxia and promotes awareness and understanding of dyspraxia.
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- We are disabled people leading change, working to create a society where everyone with lived experience of disability or health conditions can participate equally as full citizens. We produce a large number of disability rights and benefits factsheets that can be viewed for free on…
- Engage Befriending brings together those who are isolated or lonely with a volunteer befriender. We befriend people who are over 55 years old and live in the Reading area. Our volunteers will visit once a week or fortnight. It may be for just a cuppa…90 London StreetReadingRG1 4SJ
- You could get a grant from your council if you’re disabled and need to make changes to your home, for example to: widen doors and install ramps improve access to rooms and facilities - eg stairlifts or a downstairs bathroom provide a heating system suitable…Reading Borough Council, Civic OfficesBridge StreetReadingRG1 2LU
- Emmbrook Court comprises 46 spacious, private, leasehold very sheltered apartments offering a variety of services including friendly staff on hand in emergencies 24hrs a day and care Call system with pull cords fitted in every room.Emmbrook CourtOff Woolacombe DriveReadingRG6 5TZ
- Community transport scheme for elderly and mobility-restricted residents of Earley. Drivers use their own cars, and are re-imbursed for mileage. Requests taken by phone. Opening hours are 09.30-12.15 Monday to Friday, 2-3 days notice preferred. 24-hour answerphone.
- A fund raising charity set up to provide and support hospice care in Berkshire. The charity exists to fundraise locally to pay for many services, staff and equipment otherwise not available. Volunteering opportunities include gardening, driving, meet and greet, help patients 24/7 and fundraising activities.…22 Liebenrood RoadReadingRG30 2DX
- Helping disabled people to get involved in sport
- Rated 2 out of 5 (1 rating)Information on grants available help make your home more energy efficient and keep warm during the winter months.Reading Borough Council, Civic OfficesBridge StreetReadingRG1 2LU
- Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm by appointment only.A specialist team who can give advice and support to explore possible ways to increase your income and reduce your outgoings. They can also help you review debt options so you can regain control of your finances and maintain your tenancy. The Debt Advice Team can…Civic OfficesBridge StreetReadingRG1 2LU
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