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Community Activities and Support Services - Factsheet

There are lots of community based activities and support services that can help you stay well and maintain your independence. This factsheet provides information about some of the key services available and where you can find more details. It can be downloaded and printed.  …

Date for your diary! Older People's Day 2019

In partnership with Broad Street Mall, we are pleased to announce a major annual event will be held on the following date. This is a fantastic offer, working in partnership with our business sector partners, to support our community engagement in Reading. Older People’s Day 2019…

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

Social care services Reading Borough Council has two teams supporting people with learning disabilities: The Children and Young People’s Team who work with families with disabled children up to the age of 25 years The Community Learning Disability Team (CLTD) who support people over 25…

Report - Disability Awareness Day 2018 - Wednesday 8th August!

The Weller Community Centre in Amersham Road, Caversham was adorned with balloon arrangements and played host Reading’s second Disability Awareness Day.  The event was held to celebrate the diversity of Reading residents and visitors who may have a physical disability, sensory need or neurological condition…

Report - Disability Awareness Day 2019 - Thursday 15th August!

The Oracle shopping Centre provided the perfect venue for Reading’s third Disability Awareness Day.  The event, with the theme “Staying healthy - Mind and Body” was held to celebrate the diversity of Reading residents and visitors who may have a physical disability, sensory need or…

Social and Activity Clubs

There's no need to feel lonely and isolated at home - there are lots of social and activity clubs which provide opportunities for you to get out, meet new friends and take part in activities you enjoy. Many clubs and groups are for people of…

Supported learning, training and working

Colleges Most colleges provide specialist courses and/or support to help people with disabilities. New Directions Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading RG1 3BQ Call 0345 842 0012 Reading College Reading Campus, Kings Road, Reading RG1 4HJ Call 0800 036 8888 or email courses@uwl.ac.uk Bracknell and…
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