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ABLEize - Greenwich Special Needs and Disability Resources

ABLEize is a non profit disability and special needs online directory run by disabled people and offering the largest collection of local and national hand-picked resources highlighting many services under one easy to find roof. Find disability support, sports, education and the arts through to care resources, disability information, products and much more.  Created in 2006 ABLEize builds on a daily bases to ensure the most up to date information and services are available to disabled and special needs people, their carer’s and family. As well as providing…

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Active for Health - Live Well Greenwich

Free, friendly physical activity sessions in your local community for Greenwich residents over 50. Classes include: Exercise to Music (50+), Fitness for 50+, Tai Chi, Sit and Get Fit, Line Dancing and Nordic Walking. Just turn up at your chosen session, fill out a form and you are ready to go. Active for Health is commissioned by Public Health and Wellbeing, Royal Greenwich. Call or visit the website below for more information. We offer a range of sessions and the timetables for different venues can be found…

Active Horizons

Belvedere Community CentreMitchell CloseBelvedereDA17 6AA
Support young people from the BME by developing their skills, capacities and capabilities. Advance education and Provide recreational and leisure time activities. We are a local approach to cross policy for young people and bring them together with youth related policy makers, and set out shared vision for how young people will be supported to make responsible and active citizens and to improve their lives, and family cohesion. Active Horizons seeks to meet the changing needs of young people, particularly from the BME, migrant and refugee communities, by assisting them in…

Adfam - One to One Peer Support.

One to one Peer support - for those impacted by a loved one's substance misuse. Adfam have a team of trained volunteers who have lived with the challenges of supporting someone with a substance misuse problem. We call these peer mentors Family Recovery Champions. FRCs can offer flexible and social peer support to meet the needs of family members, this could include 1:1 and group support, adding value and capacity to existing services. We have monthly surgeries where sessions can be booked with one of our trained peer mentors. We also have weekly drop ins…

ADO Therapy

39Upper Wickham LaneWellingKentDA16 3AD
We work with individuals, groups, parents and professionals, with a general theme of animals, wildlife and nature. We work with children, young people and adults across a range of services encompassing both mental and physical challenges of life. We offer programmes on a 1 to 1, Family and Group Session Formats.  Amongst the many benefits our services provide, our staff are trained to provide opportunities for children, young people and adults across a wide demographic of mental and physical needs. We offer indoor therapeutic session rooms at our main head…

Adult Learning Disability Administration

Goldie Leigh HospitalLodge HillLondonSE2 0AY
Based on the Goldie Leigh site are the Adult Learning Disability (ALD) service manager, ALD central administrative team, business and service improvement manager, modern matron, nurse consultant/joint clinical director and transport service. These services are available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.

Advocacy (mental health & care) - Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind

54-56Ormiston RoadLondonSE10 0LN
Free, confidential and independent advocacy for adults in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, detained under the Mental Health Act and or receiving care and support under the Care Act. Having a mental health problem can sometimes mean that your opinions and ideas are not always taken seriously, or that you are not always offered all the opportunities and choices you would like. This can be difficult to deal with, especially when you need to communicate regularly with professionals involved in your health and social care. Advocates can help. How your…

Advocacy - Care Act

Under the Care Act local councils must involve people in decisions about their care and support needs. If it would be difficult for someone to be involved without support the council must make sure they get the help they need. If the person doesn’t have someone who can help them they have the right to have an independent Care Act advocate. We provide Independent Care Act advocacy support as part of the Greenwich Advocacy Partnership (GAP)

Advocacy - Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA)

54-56Ormiston RoadLondonSE10 0LN
You are legally entitled to an IMHA if you are in compulsory care under a section of the Mental Health Act in the community or a hospital. IMHAs are specifically trained to work in accordance with the Mental Health Act to support you.