West Berkshire Therapy Centre
Power-assisted exercise for adults with physical or sensory disabilities to help restore and maintain mobility and independence.
Covid-19 response and update:
Last updated 09/12/2021
We have 16 specially designed and modified items of power-assisted equipment that provide gentle, repetitive movements to help those with mobility problems to keep mobile and independent.
We maintain our revised layout that ensures 2 metre social distancing throughout, which is vital to protect the health needs of our clients, many of whom are either elderly or consider themselves health-vulnerable.
Clients say how much they apreciate our covid procedures and precautions.
We welcome clients who wish to bring their carers or loved-ones and we make special provision when booking clients with carers so that everyone has sufficient space.
Our Physiotherapist carries out any assessments or reassessments that are needed before clients start to use our service or if returning after a significant absence. Our other staff and volunteers are there to explain and reassure while ensuring everyone exercises as independently as they are able.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Margaret and Catherine
- Contact Position
- Reception Team
- 01635 864 561 01635 864 561
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Where to go
- West Berkshire Therapy Centre
The Frank Hutchings Hall
Bradley Moore Square
Harts Hill Road
- RG18 4QH
Directions to RG18 4QH
Good parking, level access, disabled facilities. Wheelchair friendly, carers and guide dogs welcome.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Weekdays and Saturdays 10-2. Monday and Wednesday evenings 6-8 pm.
- Time of day
- Session Information
- Voluntary contributions are invited.
- Referral Details
Self refer or GP/consultant/nurse/occupational therapist referrals. We ask clients to disclose their medical and disability situations to ensure that the exercise therapy taken will be safe and comfortable.
- Other notes
We aim to help individuals affected by any disabling condition that limits ability to exercise normally.
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