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Do you want to find groups and support in the community that might help you improve your health and wellbeing? You can find lots of local support from charities to social groups in the Arc Bucks PCN Directory.
At ENRYCH Berkshire we believe that someone with a disability should not be prevented from living the life they want to live. That is why we work with individual people, regardless of their disability, to enable them to enjoy hobbies, interests and activities of their choosing, and to develop their skills and knowledge through learning opportunities.
Building Futures works with adults and young people across Buckinghamshire to provide FREE one-to-one guidance and support to help you choose the right path to training, work experience or a job that works for you. We can also help with other life-skills and health and wellbeing solutions that will ensure you take control of your life and move forward in a positive way.
2.4 million adults in England alone cannot read at all or struggle to read, but many people don’t tell anyone. There are many reasons why some people find it difficult to learn to read when they are children, but the good news is that it’s never too late to learn.
We know it can seem like a big challenge, but improving your reading skills can change your life. We have helped hundreds of adults to learn to read and are here to support you when you’re ready.
FACT Bucks, short for Families and Carers Together in Buckinghamshire, is a group of parents and professionals who meet to discuss real issues that affect children and young people with additional needs and disabilities in Buckinghamshire.
Find Childcare, Childminders, Family Centres, and Family Activities in Buckinghamshire and access free, impartial information covering a range of topics relating to family life including support for Learning Disabilities.
|Buckinghamshire Disability Service (BuDS) is a user-led pan-disability charity operating primarily in Buckinghamshire. We are a successful, dynamic and influential charity, focused on supporting disabled people by fixing the biggest issues facing them. We aim to build a world which is Fair4All, including disabled people.|
An adviser guide to personal independence payment regulations & case law.
Safe socialising for vulnerable people with low level music and slowly changing lights – Every first Friday of the Month – 6pm – 9pm, (Check website for details/confirmation) £2.00 Entry – Carers go free. Café/bar/snacks available
A service to help with needs for people with Learning Disabilities to get jobs etc.
This is an Adult Social Care team for anyone with a diagnosis of a learning disability.
Offers a befriending service along with other things in regards to Mental Health.