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25 October 2014

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  • Access Club
    To provide social activities for adults with learning difficulties living within Eastleigh Borough/Southern Parishes.
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  • Andover Mencap D of E Centre
    Duke of Edinburgh's Award activities: (Expeditions, Service, Skills, Physical) for young people with special needs and disabilities.
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  • Association For The Disabled (Devizes & District)
    Community centre for the disabled used by 14 organisations supporting people with all disabilities. 5 Day clubs for blind & disabled. Support groups for arthritis, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, hard of hearing & deaf, PHAB, Stroke Association, Contact A Family (children with disabilities), Mind and Devizes Friendship Group. (Registered charity 285797).
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  • Basingstoke Hard of Hearing Club
    Basingstoke Hard of Hearing Club (BHOH) are an informal group of people who enjoy getting out and meeting people but are hard of hearing. BHOH encourage new people to come along to the meetings for a chance to chat about issues that they have and also to listen to speakers providing information.
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  • Bishops Waltham Gateway Club
    Youth club/social acivities eg. Discos, Crafts, Games, Outings, Activities.
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  • British Disabled Water Ski Association (South West Region)
    Teaches water skiing to the disabled including leg/arm amputees, paraplegics, blind, deaf people and slow learners.
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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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  • Colebrook Club for Blind & Partially Sighted
    Monthly meeting for members, generally with speaker. Occasional outings. Guidance on obtaining assistance relevant to problem.
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  • Conquest Art Enriching the Lives of Physically Disabled People
    Conquest Art helps physically disabled people of all ages to overcome the adversity of their disability through art activity. Art classes are held, where members' artistic progress is matched by a parallel improvement in their well-being. Exhibitions are held and talks given on request. A magazine is published three times a year which is also available on disc for the visually impaired. Training in our methods for potential class leaders and personnel from outside organisations is available. Conquest Art is a voluntary organisation and donations are welcome to enable it to continue its activities.
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  • Creative Options
    Please see... http://www.creativeoptions.btck.co.uk/
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  • Disabled Motorists Federation
    Publishes information on car adaptions etc. for disabled motorists and answers enquiries on any motoring or travel problems they may have. National body for 11 local independant motorists clubs scattered around the country. Has a small affiliated membership. Also has a number of additional benefits for members such as discounts on motors & insurance etc + 25% off some intercontinental hotels and Warner Breaks. Please note that we are not connected with or ever have been to the old disabled drivers club (DDA) or disabled motorists UK.
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  • Drum Runners Community Projects
    The Drum Runners Community Project creates new opportunities for people of all abilities in working with others to experiment with different beats and rhythms through drumming. Drum Runners, based in Basingstoke, have drum workshops, perform in the community and record their sounds. The group play rhythms with Samba, Latin American, Native American, Djembe and Darabuka drums. The aims of the project are, drumming up support, racing to beat time and handing music to you. Drum Runners is open to all ages and they are always looking for new players or supporters to move the group forward. Please call Paul Midgley for more details.
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  • Elizabeth House Social Centre
    Social and leisure centre for people with mental health problems, physical or learning difficulties. Friendship and support. Pool, darts, bar, table air hockey, music and discos, cafe and literacy skills group. Info and advice.
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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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  • Fareham Countryside Volunteers (Fareham Borough Council)
    Volunteer opportunities with Conservation volunteer work parties - occasional Tuesdays and Fridays, Volunteer wardens for local sites and site monitoring, Opportunities to learn a range of skills relating to countryside work and practical conservation. Also walks and other events.
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  • Farnham & District Sports Association For The Disabled
    Sports association for both the permanently and temporarily disabled, which is affiliated to Disability Sport, England. Social events of skittles, theatre, walks etc. Funded by voluntary contributions and dependent upon voluntary helpers. Your help would be welcome!
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  • FitzRoy
    In Hampshire, we support people in day services, residential homes & in supported living. We involve volunteers in many of our services & operate a Supported Volunteering scheme to enable disabled people to volunteer with other organisations.
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  • Friends of the Hexagon Centre
    The Friends of Hexagon is a support group to the Hexagon Centre. Its object is to support adults who have a physical disability and who attend the Hexagon Centre and to support the work of the said centre. It manages a small shop at the centre for the benefit of clients and staff and assist with fund raising when required. Our remit is to the Hexagon centre only.
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  • Gardening For Disabled Trust (Nationwide)
    We offer grants towards raised beds, paving, access and greenhouses.
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  • Gosport and District Sports Association for Disabled
    Sports Club offering air weapons, archery, darts, golf, curling, skittles, boccia, pool, bowls, basket ball shooting, bean bag, hoopla, stick ball, Sjoel ball, bar skittles and some board games. Entry into other sports clubs, games around South of England, skittle evenings, barbecues.
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  • Halliwick Association of Swimming Therapy
    A registered charity whose aims are to provide swimming opportunities for disabled people throughout the country. Publishes books and has videos for training.
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  • Kingsley Centre
    Kingsley Centre offers training and opportunities for disabled people, and services to the surrounding rural area through its village shop, post office, cafe and hall hiring. Lunch Club - two course home cooked lunch and a variety of activities, such as singing, gentle exercise.
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  • Listening Books
    Provides a postal & internet based audio book service to anyone who suffers from an illness or disability which makes it impossible or difficult to hold a book, turn its pages or read in the usual way. Caters for both adults and children.
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  • Mind's Eye
    Mind's Eye is a self-help group for people with visual impairments. The Group meets weekly for social activities. Membership is open for registered blind or partially sighted individuals.
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  • Oak Farm Leisure & Activities Club (OFLAC)
    For young adults with learning disabilities. We offer drama, dance, computers and arts & crafts. Additional courses in healthy cookery and budgeting.
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  • Parkside (Aldershot & District Mencap)
    An activity based day service, a range of clubs for both adults and children, 1:1 support in the community. Please see our website for our wide range of services.
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  • Partnership for Active Leisure Scheme (PALS)
    Wide range of activities: Bowling, wheelchair basketball, golf & swimming, quizzes and much more besides. For youngsters 6-21 years who have a physical disability who are befriended by a volunteer, attendance decided by each of the youngsters - no obligation. We provide a monthly programme of activities at different venues to cater for different disabilities and interests. Other regular activities include meals out, trips to museums + family days, cinema trips, arts and crafts - e.g kite making, splatter painting + origami and social clubs.
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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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  • Perthes Association
    Perthes Association aims to help and advise families of children suffering from Perthes' disease and associated conditions. The Association aims to be at the end of a telephone line for any worried or distressed parents, and will visit them or put them in touch with the 'Perthes family' living nearest to them. Christmas parties and outings are organised, which enable families to meet and share their problem. Members receive a quarterly newsletter. Equipment loan service to members of wheelchairs, buggies or hand-propelled trikes. Short term loan for wheelchairs, deposit.
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  • Peter Le Marchant Trust
    This charity provides day trips & short holidays at a nominal charge, to physically & mentally disabled adults & children on our specially built boats - designed to take wheelchairs etc. The boats are equipped with hydraulic lifts, resuscitation equipment, special beds, showers and toilets. Also 8 berth narrow boat available for hire. Please contact administrator for details of hire charges.
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  • Phab - Physically Disabled & Able Bodied (Isle of Wight)
    Social and recreational activities for disabled and able-bodied people together.
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  • Phab - Physically Disabled & Able Bodied (Poole)
    PHAB works through social clubs and activities in which people with and without physical disabilities share together on an equal basis. Uses clubs and courses as a 'half way house' fron which people can work towards integration in the community. Offers residential holidays and courses for all age groups.
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  • Portsmouth & District Hard Of Hearing Fellowship
    Social activities including card games, bingo, quizzes, beetle and scrabble are arranged weekly, using electronic equipment to help the hard of hearing. Occasional coach outings are arranged. There is a small weekly raffle and refreshments.
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  • Scarf - Supporting special children and their relatives & friends.
    Regular clubs including drama, multi-sports and a youth club. Regular swimming, tennis and inclusive cycling sessions. Holiday activities for the family, including day trips, the cinema, activity centres, bowling, surfing, canoeing, etc. Also SIBS Youth Club for borthers & sisters of a child with special needs, & SCARF 2 offering regular social activities for young people with special needs aged 15 upwards. Finally we run an early years summer playscheme for 2 weeks during the summer holiday.
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  • Solent Wheelers Dance Club
    Dancing for disabled. All types of dancing - Country, Ballroom, Line Dancing & Formation for anyone in a wheelchair. Manual, powered chairs or even with a pusher - All can take part, and it is fun to do.
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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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  • Staunton Country Park
    Supported Volunteer Programme that meets weekly to work on tasks within the park.
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  • Stroke Club (Fareham)
    A social club providing speakers, entertainment, quizzes, crafts, game sessions. Outings are arranged. We have exercise sessions and some input from hospitals and stroke association information.
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  • Swimming and Social Club for the Disabled (Yateley)
    Swimming club for all disabled people. Anyone wishing to learn or improve are welcome. There is also a social aspect to the club.
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  • Tasty Options Bakin’ Company
    We currently do buffets on demand and cakes to order etc. We also offer to teach people cooking/baking techniques. There is also provision for training i.e. Food Safety Certificate in Catering N.V.Q. level 2 & other training as relevant.
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  • The YOU Trust
    Floating support, supported living, individual support, direct access, refuge accommodation, womens services, services for young people, supported employment and domiciliary care.
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  • Thrive - Trunkwell Garden Project
    This charity uses gardening to improve the lives of disabled, disadvantaged and older people. The organisation aims to develop users' social skills and confidence, the learning/re-learning of basic skills, the gaining of experience and qualifications needed for jobs, restoring strength/mobility and breaking down barriers that create isolation. Direct services to groups and individuals are available at 2 demonstration gardens, including Trunkwell Park near Reading. Thrive can also provide professional courses in running horticultural programmes, courses in therapeutic horticulture, quarterly magazine for practitioners and Come Gardening magazine for blind gardeners.
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  • Twyford Elders Club

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  • Voluntary Association for Surrey Disabled (VASD)
    Equipment Loan; Equipment shop; Mail Order, incontinence advice. 3 adapted holiday homes in West Sussex.
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  • Yateleys Community
    Yateley Centre School of Music - instrumental and vocal tuiton for age 7 - adults. Various other adult and junior education programmes. Child-care, Family Learning, Parenting Classes and Sports Centre with 20m pool.
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