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CategoryAutistic Spectrum Disorders
7General Gordon SquareWoolwichLondonSE18 6FH
Elected MPs represent the views of all people with learning disabilities in Greenwich. Citizen Forums and Surgeries give people an opportunity to find out what is going on in Greenwich and London and to talk about how services can be improved. Meetings take place at different venues to make sure that everyone has access them.
c/o The Carlton Day CentreCarlton Rd,SidcupKentDA14 4WD
BTGSE exists to support adults on the autistic spectrum in everyday life. The majority of people with an ASD fall outside the criteria of the statutory services, therefore the only support available to them is via charity. Social Clubs: Twice a month we hold an evening social club for members, their families and carers. Members' Support: BTGSE can provide support and advice for members and their families. This ranges from acting as an intermediary within familes to advice on benefits available. Other Activities: We also organise day trips and outings,…
The team provide a range of services to adults with learning disabilities over the age of 18 living in Greenwich. These include: community nursing care management occupational therapy physiotherapy speech and language therapy physiotherapy psychology psychiatry
G6 - G7,9 - 11 Gunnery Terrace,LondonSE18 6SW
Compass Skills Hub is designed to provide people with complex needs including learning disability, autism, epilepsy and those who exhibit challenging behaviour with an opportunity to acquire life and vocational skills as well as the opportunity to socialise and explore leisure interests. Our centre has its own sensory room and is wheelchair friendly and dementia friendly.
Bungalow 4Wensley CloseLondonSE9 5AB
FLAG is a local support group for families living with autism in Greenwich. They provide monthly drop in meeting sessions, to get full details visit website or contact Lesley Davis below.
Unit 4, Hopyard Studios, The Movement13 Lovibond LaneGreenwichLondonSE10 9FY
Greenwich Mencap provide a support service for families where children have a learning disability/autism and display challenging behaviours. The Greenlights worker provides up to 10 sessions working holistically with the family to help improve behaviour by introducing strategies for the child and ideas for parenting skills.
Unit 7Woolwich common enterprise centre, peace streetWoolwichLondonSE18 4HX
Greenwich Mencap is a charity providing various activities for both service users and carers. The carers activities consist of coffee mornings, exercise classes and monthly trips out. Mondays: Don't tone alone 10.30-12 Mondays: Coffee morning 10.30 -12 Monthly carers trips (normally last Saturday of the Month)
Unit 7 Woolwich Common Enterprise CentrePeace StreetWoolwichLondonSE18 4HX
Greenwich Mencap Information and Guidance Service is for adults with a learning disability and/or autism over the age of 18 and their families. The Information and Guidance Service can help you make informed choices around health and welfare, benefits, personal finance, activities, employment, housing and education. We also support people with form filling, benefit applications, PIP and ESA health assessments, and we provide information about other services in the local community. Greenwich Mencap Information and Guidance Service provides…
Riverwood, Unit 7, Woolwich Common Enterprise Estate,2 Peace StreetLondonSE18 4HX
Greenwich Mencap organise a range of social activities for people with a learning disability throughout the year. We welcome new members and there is no charge aside from the cost of the activity. On a monthly basis we run a variety of daytime and evening social activities. We currently run Weekly Activities Walking and Photography group. Mondays from1:30-3:30 @ the Forum Coffee morning and Chat. Tuesdays from 10-12pm @ the Forum. Lunch time drop in and Drama games. Thursdays 12-2pm from the Forum. Gym and Relaxation…
This is the local branch of National Autistic Society, the leading national charity for autism.The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for all people connected to autism. The NAS Greenwich is a local branch of volunteers that signposts and provides information online and through events; runs various support groups (such as the NAS Greenwich Pub Group, Autism Hub and Outings group for autistic adults); campaigns and influences at local and national levels; and fundraises to support groups and resources in the area. They have a…