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ABLEize is the largest and most viewed UK disability resource offering the largest collection of disability, special needs, mobility and health websites and social media pages in the UK and Europe.
ABLEize was born out of the frustration of its founder a disabled wheelchair user following poor Internet search results and is now the most comprehensive directory of disability and health care information and products on the Internet.
As well as highlighting resources within 420+ subject...
Adada Care Services is a CQC accredited Domiciliary care provider. We help service users live independently in their own homes. We also provide specialist health care advice for people seeking tailor made health care services.
Please call us today to discuss your health care requirement.
We can help you with DBS, payroll, reference, training and many more.
Affordable screenings for adults to identify risk of dyslexic traits. Including coaching in strategies in how to manage dyslexic traits.
No one should have no one - that's why we are here.
The Befriending Service helps and supports over 70s to live independently by providing regular contact to help them to reduce any loneliness and social isolation.
That's why our befrienders are so important. A regular call from a volunteer really can make a big difference to older people's lives.
A home visit is provided on a weekly or fortnightly basis by a Befriending Volunteer. All our volunteers and staff are DBS...
A Carer is someone who looks after a partner, relative or friend who is ill or has a disability.
You may not think of yourself as a carer particularly if yoy:
Have looked after the person you care for over a long period of time.
Consider your role within 'for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health.'
Caring can be fulfilling and rewarding but also a big undertaking.
Howver support is available on a regular or occasional basis.
Carers Short Break Service:
Offers you the...
Age UK Warwickshire is dedicated to supporting the needs of older people and if you're experiencing stress or anxiety then the following services may be of help.
If you want to talk to someone about how you are feeling or about any problems you have, then our counselling service is here to help you.
This service is provided by trained volunteer counsellors, and is available for anyone over 65
We offer up to 6 x 1 hour sessions.
Counselling sessions take place...
The Alcester Cafe is a support and information service open to all people worried about their memory or have dementia. Carers, former carers, families, friends and interested professionals are always welcome.
The cafe, which is free of charge, is run by volunteers as a drop in from 10.30am - 12.30pm every Tuesday and Friday (except Good Friday) at Jubilee Hall, St Faiths Road, Alcester, B49 6AG. Information and support is available.
Talks are provided by various groups who...
Alcester Day Care provides opportunities for those with dementia to be looked after in a safe environment by qualified staff in a caring environment.
Open Mondays 9.30am - 3.30pm (except bank holidays)
Carers and their loved ones are invited to join us at 9.30 onwards for morning coffee and then the carers have the option to stay or leave whilst the rest of us join in with games, singing, chair exercises etc.
At lunchtime, clients will be invited to help us set the table and then join us...
Appoint Us is an organisation working in partnership directly with individuals and other professional bodies offering a person centred service for individuals. We cover a wide geographical area in the short or long term.
We work with Solicitors and other professionals and those that are caring for the people they love and those that just want to make their life a bit easier. All of our staff are DBS/CRB checked and have a minimum Level One Safeguarding Training.
Our Support Team can offer a wide range of services such as Companionship, a Sitting Service for Carers, support with meals, shopping light housework etc. Taking people to events, appointments etc anything to support you and make life easier. If there is something you want ...just ask.
All of our staff are DBS checked and professional people with many qualities and qualifications.
Our services are different because they are not time constrained. The services are...
A Support Group for parents and carers of children and young adults with Aspergers, ASD including associated conditions, whether diagnosed, in the process of a diagnosis or undiagnosed.
Being parent let, we offer support and advice based on our own experiences and challenges we have faced along what can be a very challenging road.
As well as supporting parents, we offer a range of activities throughout the year for the children and their families to attend including a monthly...
We recruit volunteers to befriend Coventry and Warwickshire children and young people who are in local authority care, and who have little or no contact with their birth family.
The Independent Visitor (IV) aims to build up a long term relationship with the young person, having contact normally each month and getting involved in activities both the young person and IV wish to do.
All volunteers receive comprehensive training, assessment and on-going supervision and support. Out of...
Ben is a not-for-profit organisation that partners with the automotive industry to provide support for life to its people and their families.
As an independent charity, our tailored, holistic care and support services focus on the four main pillars of peoples' health and wellbeing: financial, physical, mental and social, enabling people to navigate life's toughest challenges and empowering them to make lasting, positive change.
Everyone who works, or has worked, in the...
We provide tailor made care and support to people in their own homes and in the community.
We also support people with learning difficulties and other special needs to live an independent life by supporting them with their daily activities.
We also provide Live-in-Care packages, Relief breaks for families and post hospital care.
Carers Trust Heart of England's aim is to support carers and those they care for by providing information, advice, emotional and practical support including respite. We aim to provide a one stop shop for carers, to enable them to continuein their caring role, for as long as they wish to do so, whilst receiving the advice, information, practical support and skills they need to help them maintain their own health and wellbeing, whilst caring for their family member or friend.
Carers Trust Heart of England provides practical support to people with care needs and those who support them. Fully trained staff provide direct services to support people with disabilities, poor health or who are to frail to remain living independently in their own home.
Where someone is looking after someone else with care needs, care services are provided to support them to have a break and time out from their caring role.
Bathing, dressing and...
Carers Trust Heart of England provide practical support to carers and people with care needs. Fully trained staff provide direct services to support people with disabilities, poor health or who are frail to remain living independently in their own home.
Where there is a family, carer services are provided which support them to have a break and time out from their caring responsibilities.
Services offered: homecare, home care, respite, home help, domiciliary, home support,...
Would you like support in your day to day activities so you can enjoy life and continue to live as independently as you wish?
Are you worried about a Loved One when you are at work or away from home?
Caring Help at Home provides quality, person centred care and support enabling people to enjoy valued lifestyles.
We will provide support meeting a diversity of needs. We offer;
A service providing company, solving problems and listening to concerns or worries.
Support to access local...
Chase Meadow Community Centre is a fantastic purpose built building that serves well as a central hub for residents from Warwickshire and beyond to gather, create, learn and enjoy.
With many activities for all ages. Our community centre also makes for an excellent venue to hold parties, conferences and events, with modern facilities and technology available to make your activity stand out and easy to enjoy. We welcome visitors to the centre during opening hours to socialise.
We are a charity that provides information, emotional and practical support and training to anyone affected by an acquired brain injury in children and young people. This includes the child or young person themselves, their family and the professionals who support them.
We have 26 years experience in helping children and families come to terms with what has happened and to face the uncertainty the future holds. We have a small team of Child and Family Support Co-ordinators across the UK who...