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24 October 2014

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  • Breathtakers OB Trust
    Practical and emotional support, supporting wish days, providing information and raising awareness.
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  • Bruce Charitable Trust
    The Bruce Trust provides holidays for disabled, disadvantaged or elderly people with their carers, friends or family on purpose built wide beam canal boats on the Kennet and Avon Canal. Training given to inexperienced helms people. Volunteers to assist with the Friday, Saturday + Sundays turn-arounds needed. We also provide day trips with crew for up to 12 people.
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  • Calvert Trust Kielder
    Purpose built centre for people of all abilities, to experience a holiday on their own or with their family and friends. Indoor heated pool, lounge, 10 fully accessible self catering chalets, twin rooms, ensuite rooms & family rooms. Bar. Activities include sailing, canoeing, climbing, abseiling, archery, zip wire, motor cruising, orienteering, king-swing, high rope, golf bugg. We are also registered to offer adult respite care if over 18 years of age.
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  • Catholic Disability Fellowship (Portsmouth Diocese)
    Raises funds to provide holidays for disabled children, and respite for the parents. Provides moral and financial support for families with disabled members. Provide support for parents of disabled children in seeking appropriate education. Organise mutual support groups for families of disabled. Raise awareness in the church about disability issues.
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  • Contact a Family
    Answer machine and support for local groups. Publications, events, helpline, website, workshops, facebook page.
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  • Enable Ability
    (1)Child Befriending. (2)Summer Playschemes - including provision for children with all levels of disability. (3)Saturday Club. (4)An issue-based advocacy service. (5)Adult befriending service. (6) A wheelchair-accessible minibus for hire to the local community. (7) Registered umbrella body for Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks. (8) Partnership in Active Leisure Service (PALS).
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  • F.L.A.S.H. (Family Liaison & Autism Support - Havant)
    Social events for ASD children and their parents and siblings.
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  • Fratton Community Association/Centre
    Sports Hall: Badminton, Netball, 5-a-side football, Unihoc, Volleyball Main Building: Aerobics, Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Lunch Club, Children with special needs CWSN Teenage sports club, Music lovers, Yoga etc. We aim to serve the area of Portsmouth, particularly the residents of Fratton in a sporting, educational and recreational environment. We provide specific groups for various activities including under 5's, 5-18years, special needs and the elderly. Fitness room.
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  • Hampshire Teenage Project
    Activities for the project include going out for meals, going to the cinema, ten pin bowling, arts and crafts activities, baking/cooking, sports and general socialising. We also arrange a variety of day trips outside of the local area for any museums, theatres or theme parks. A mini bus service is also provided to accommodate for long distance trips. All activities for the project do take place on weekends, usually on Saturdays with the occasional Sunday. There is no obligation to attend all activities; parents and carers are free to register their son/daughter for as many activities as they please.
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  • Parent Voice
    As a member of Parent Voice you will benefit from: A weekly update informing you of all events, activities, training and news across Hampshire. Access to our informative website packed full of useful signposts, organisations, factsheets and latest news articles. The Network will feed back you thoughts and keep you informed of key consultations & campaigns that are taking place locally and at a national level. Dedicated Parent Participation Workers in every district of Hampshire providing local information and advice tailored to your individual needs. To find your local worker, visit: http://www.parentvoice.info/en/Who_To_Contact Chat to us on facebook - just search Parent Voice Hampshire or you can follow us on twitter@Parent_Voice
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  • Parity for Disability
    Parity for Disability provides vital services, information and support for children and adults with multiple disabilities, their families and carers throughout Hampshire, Berkshire & Surrey. Parity runs two day centres in Farnborough & Camberley, teenage activity schemes and a music therapy service that operates both on-site and in homes, schools and other locations throughout the area. The charity is dedicated to ensuring that profoundly disabled people have access to a quality of life that everyone has a right to expect.
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  • Parity for Disability Music Therapy Service, Parity for Disability Day Services, Parity for Disability Teen Scheme - Hampshire, Surrey & Berkshire
    Structured one to one or group Music Therapy sessions at the organisation's facility or at community bases using qualified, state registered Music Therapists. Accepts referral of adults or children with disabilities. Can provide a music therapy service to other organisations; taster sessions or pilot projects; training to help people build their confidence in using music in other settings. Day Services for adults with PMLD - age 19+. 1:1 staffing. See website for more information. Teen Scheme for teenagers with PMLD in Easter & Summer holidays. Advance booking required.
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  • People Potential
    The aim is to help people use their potential to make things. Our particular skill is in making furniture and assistive devices from recycled cardboard (appropriate paper-based technology). We also help prepare people who are volunteering to work in a low-income country.
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  • Portsmouth Parent Voice
    A bi-monthly newsletter, regular email updates, a once-a-month coffee morning, Focus & Information Days, a Parent Participation Course, a Facebook Page and lots of information.
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  • Reach Charity Ltd - Association for Children with Upper Limb Deficiency
    Contact, support and information for families with children having any form of hand or arm deficiency.
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  • Rose Road Association
    We provide Residential short breaks (Oaks & Acorns); Family based short breaks (Take A Break) and Outreach services for children and young adults with severe and profound disabilities. A range of play & activity schemes in different settings in Southampton & Hampshire.
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  • Smile, Support and Care
    Smile, Support & Care provides domiciliary care for children and young people with a need of care. Smile, Support & Care can support those with disabilities (learning & physical), illnesses, behaviour problems and Autism. Smile, Support & Care is registered with the Care Quality Council.
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  • Speakeasy Advocacy
    Providing volunteers to work on a one-to-one basis or with groups of people who have learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorders and/or Aspergers Syndrome. Citizen Advocacy is independent of service providers and seeks to fairly represent the view of the individual. Enquiries from volunteers and people who wish to use the service are welcomed.
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  • STEPS - Charity Worldwide
    STEPS is the national charity providing support, information & practical help for adults and for families with children affected by clubfoot (talipes), developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) and other lower limb conditions. Services include: National telephone helpline (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm), Website which offers an online discussion forum, Family contact service (put individuals/families in contact with ohters who are in a similar situation and have experience of clubfoot, DDH or other lower limb conditions). Provide free advice and information booklets and DVDs.
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  • The Children's Trust, Tadworth
    Rehabilitation and therapy services for acquired brain injury: • Intensive residential rehabilitation programmes, support at home via Brain Injury Community Team, and a new website providing practical advice and support: www.braininjuryhub.co.uk Special education for children and young people with PMLD: • Residential and day education for learners aged 3-19 at The School for Profound Education, residential education for students aged 19-25 at The College for Profound Education Expert nursing and medical care for multiple disabilities and complex health needs: • Transitional care for technology-dependent children, residential and home-based short breaks, continuing care, palliative care, holiday camps.
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  • Winchester Gold (formally Winchester & District Mencap Society)
    Low level circuit training at River Park Leisure Centre Saturdays. Healthy Lunch Club. Person centred planning. Fundraising activities include concerts, dances, garden openings. Buddying to help members access activities in the community. Information, support, signposting. Regular groups, drop in sessions for friendship & information. Safer places scheme.
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  • Working Families
    Helpline for low income families - 0300 012 0312. Helpline for parents of disabled children who work or wish to work (020 7017 0072). Information about parents rights in the workplace on website www.workingfamilies.org.uk. Free newsletter for parents of disabled children who work or wish to work.
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