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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…
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is committed to improving the health and well-being of everyone who lives, works and learns in our borough. This guide is part of our continuing commitment to improving accessibility across all Royal Borough services. The guide will help people with disabilities, their carers, families and friends find out whether shops, pubs, restaurants and hundreds of other popular Royal Greenwich venues and public buildings are accessible to them, before they set off.
Poets CornerKeats RoadWellingKentDA16 3NB
ADO operates a specialised Alternative Provision service which brings together our expertise in both our Healthcare and Education services. We are ideally placed to offer Alternative Provision services, but with a holistic approach utilising the unique delivery and staff skillset we have in both therapy and education and combining them to produce a flexible programme for students. We provide a beautiful outdoor centre for students, with covered and heated areas and we are a registered training centre. The Alternative Provision runs Mondays-Fridays 9am-3pm…
Equitable House, 7General Gordon SquareWoolwichLondonSE18 6FH
People with a learning disability in Greenwich have said they can feel scared, intimidated and unsafe when out in the community and do not know where to go for help if they need it. The Safe Places scheme means that people with a learning disability can easily identify a safe place to go to if they are feeling at risk and need help. Places in the community such as shops, cafes, pubs and community buildings sign up to be a safe place and display a sticker in their window. People with a learning disability sign up to the scheme and get a Safe Place card that they will show to the Safe Place if they…
High Point House135 Shooters HillLondonSE18 3SA
The ADHD service supports all children with an ADHD diagnosis. The service develops education strategies to support your child, provides information and advice and helps with transitions at school. The service also runs an eight week ADHD parent group, can refer you to the MENCAP ADHD Parent Support group, and can monitor medication by appointments at community clinics.
River House1 Maidstone RoadSidcupKentDA14 5TA
The Avenues Group is a charity responsible for pioneering specialist social care that supports people facing significant disadvantage through disability and illness so they can live full lives in their local communities. With over 1,400 employees, we support over 600 people from around the age of 10 and above. We have 20 years of experience in supporting people with disabilities or health issues. Avenues support people who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health issues, acquired brain injuries and dementia. We support people in the setting…
15Old Ford Rd,LondonE2 9PJ
British Stammering Association (BSA) is a charity run by people for people with a stammer. They provide unbiased information in all aspects of stammering and run projects and campaigns to improve access to therapy, education and employment. Stammering affects around 1% of the UK adult population and is recognised as a disability under the Equalities Act. It is a neurological condition, but environmental and emotional factors can have an influence. Stammering as a condition only affects speech fluency and has no impact on intellect or any other cognitive capacity.
Young Greenwich Ages: 10 - 25 As part of the Young Greenwich offer, Charlton Athletic Community Trust offers services across various venues for young people with disabilities and additional needs. All of the sessions at the youth hub are fully accessible for young people with disabilities. Youth Club Services: Avery Hill Youth Club, Eltham Email:
Avery Hill Youth ClubAnstridge RoadLondonSE9 2LL
Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) offer positive experiences and activities throughout the year for young people with SEND as part of their Short Breaks programme. Sessions are 4 hours and take place during school holidays and on Saturdays. Activities on offer include cinema trips, mini-golf, trampolining, and ice-skating, as well as onsite activities such as multi-sports, arts and crafts and cooking. Holiday sessions run for 9 weeks per year, Monday to Friday, including during the summer, Easter holidays, and half-terms. Saturday sessions are…