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Due to the COVID-19 situation, some of the organisations listed on this site have posted service updates and will continue doing so. Many phone lines and websites are still available, however some contact details may have changed. Try the organisation's own website if you're having difficulty getting through.

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Adviza at New Directions College

Every Thursday at New Directions College
An Employment Adviser is at New Directions College every Thursday to provide advice and support with finding and applying for jobs.  Book on line www.adviza.org or call 0118 937 2204
South Reading Centre330 Northumberland AvenueWhitleyReadingRG2 8DH

Alzheimer's Society - Dementia Support Worker

Coronavirus Status: Open Online
  The Dementia support service provides one-to-one support to people with dementia, carers and family members. The service is unique to your personal circumstances and the information and support you need. A Dementia support service may provide you with information and practical support to help…

Alzheimer's Society - National Dementia Helpline

Operating hours of the national Dementia Connect Support Line. Trained advisors can be contacted via 0333 150 3456 for advice and guidance.    People with questions about what they should be doing and how they should be interacting with people living with dementia at this time can access this guidance.  Any…

Autism Matters

Offers training and talks about autism from an informed insider perspective.  We also offer help to autistic adults, their families, or counsellors and therapists to understand and best manage the impact of autism. There is a charge for using this service

The Autism Trust UK

The Autism Trust provides an ASD friendly, real working environment, fostering independence and building work skills for individuals aged 16 years and older, with autism. This can be achieved through work experience or where applicable participation in the ASDAN Employability programme.
12a - 18aPrincess WayCamberleySurreyGU15 3SP

The Brain Tumour Charity

We support people with brain tumours and their families.  We have support groups in local areas, please contact us for details. We fund pioneering research to find new treatments, improve understanding, increase survival rates and bring us closer to a cure. We raise awareness of…
61-65 Victoria RoadFarnboroughGU14 7PA

Care Information for the Elderly

Info4Care is a free website to help older people and their families understand the basics of the care system from the point of need through to seeking suitable specialist help and advice. Guidance includes: Adult Social Care for the Elderly Paying for Care, Care Funding…
ReadingBerkshireRG1 4QA

Carer's Allowance

Carer’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…

Carer's Assessment and support

If you are the parent carer for a disabled child or you provide unpaid care and support to a Reading adult (18 years+), you may be eligible for Carer's Support from Reading Borough Council's Social Care Services or Brighter Futures for Children. How to get an…
 0118 937 3747 if you look after a Reading adult  0118 324 7333 if you need a carer's assessment - (all carers)  0118 9373641 if you want to speak to Children's Single Point of Access  Website Add to My Shortlist

Carers Rights Guide - Looking After Someone Guide

The Carers Rights Guide is here to outline your rights as a carer, and to give you the full picture of the practical and financial support available. The guide includes: Benefits: an overview of which benefits you or the person you can for may be entitled to…