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Reading IASS

Offering free confidential and impartial information advice and support to Reading parents/carers who have children/young people with SEND and to the children and young people directly, if required. The service also offers support to parents who are finding secondary transfer a challenge, whether or not the child has SEND.

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Reading Information Advice and Support Service for SEND

Information advice and support for parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-25 who have special educational needs and/or disability. Supports parents to enable them to work well with their child's school and other professionals and to ensure that parents views are heard. Service also available to children and young people themselves.

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Berkshire Carers Service

Advice, information and support for unpaid carers. Information about benefits and grants, health and social care services, planning a break, working and caring. Meeting other carers. Quarterly newsletter. Events, activities and support groups. Information for professionals

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Smart Works (West London Office)

Smart Works is a charity that aims to empower women by supporting them back into employment. Our fantastic, free service is available to any female over the age of 16, from any borough, with a confirmed job interview. It is a two part service; the first is a styling session with two volunteer stylists who will help each client pick out an interview appropriate outfit including shoes, handbags and accessories. The second part is an interview training session with an HR specialist. Our clients spend approximately an hour in this session to help them prepare, practise and boost their confidence before their interview. It is a simple but extremely effective service and 59% of the women who visit Smart Works go on to get a job within six months. Once a client has been offered a job, she can come back and visit us to receive five more items of clothing to create a capsule wardrobe before her first pay cheque comes in. We also have a network that hosts monthly events for our clients that we will invite her to, as it is a great way to stay in touch with all of our previous clients. We currently have six offices across the UK: two in London (North office - 89 Shepperton Road, London, N1 3DF and West office - St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing, Exmoor Street, W10 6DZ) and one in Edinburgh (Studio 3.01, St. Margaret’s House, 151 London Road, Edinburgh, EH7 6AE), Manchester (65-81 St Petersgate, Stockport, SK1 1DS), Reading (94 London Street, Reading, RG1 4SJ) and Birmingham (695 Bristol Road South, Birmingham, B31 2JT).

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Earley Crescent Resource Centre

Community Resource Centre offering access to a wide range of community information for the general public. Room hire for Voluntary and community groups. Community Learning Centre for courses and workshops.

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Alzheimer's Society – Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Portsmouth

Dementia support for People with Dementia and their carers, family and friends.

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Autism Berkshire

information and support for parents and carers of children or adults with autism, autistic related problems or challenging behaviour. Telephone advice on all issues affecting the rights of people with autism, including benefits, health and social services, education and respite care. Organise leisure activities and social evenings for autistic children and adults. Support groups for carers.

Source - Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service

Services for young people under the age of 18 with drug or alcohol problems. Services include advice and information on the effects of alcohol and drugs, one-to-one support, assessment, harm reduction and onward referrals.

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We provide social and therapeutic horticulture (STH) programmes to a wide range of people with varying needs. STH is the process of using plants and gardens to improve physical and mental health as well as communication and thinking skills. They facilitate therapeutic programmes at regional centres in Birmingham, Reading and London and also provide gardening advice for people with disabilities or long-term health conditions to carry on gardening. Additionally, they provide training courses to professionals, career changers and people wanting to understand and work on their own wellbeing.

Connecting Communities in Berkshire (CCB)

We are an independent charity with over 45 years' experience in community development work. Our mission is to support communities in Berkshire to thrive. We do this by providing information, advice, support, training and personal development to individuals, groups and other organisations.

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