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  1. Bipolar UK Youth Service

    From: Bipolar UK

    All of the services that Bipolar UK offer are designed to support both people directly affected by mental health issues and their carers and families too. They are all free at the point of access and we accept direct referrals and also referrals from...

  2. Community Support

    From: Albemarle Centre

    One to one, one to two, one to three support to access the wider community.  This support can be provided to an individual client, or two or three friends who need support to use venues and facilities out in the community.  This service allows clients...

  3. Employment support

    From: RNIB

    The RNIB provides practical and emotional advice and support across the UK to people who are blind or partially sighted and their friends and family. In addition to our other services listed, we provide Employment support. Whether you are in work and...

  4. EduCarer group

    From: Somerset Parent Carer Forum (SPCF)

    EduCarers was developed after speaking with parent carers and SENCo’s. Parents told us that at times they felt isolated and unsure of who to speak to about their child. They often were confused and unsure of the services that were available and how they...

  5. General support / Life skills

    From: Your IT Now

    Alex Roland can help with all aspects of support and life skills for people with Learning Difficulties  everything from personal care, shopping, banking, trips out, hobbies, clubs, interests, social skills and socialising. He can provide fully insured...

  6. Tenancy Accreditation Support

    From: YMCA Mendip

    Support delivered on a one to one basis - a programme to help you develop your skills and knowledge so that you can improve your chances of finding accommoation and maintaaning it. The worker will help you assess your needs to see what learning you requrie...

  7. One to one support

    From: Reach Opportunity Centre

    Reach is an innovative new purpose built day centre for young adults with learning disabilities. The Reach Centre offers a unique approach to post 18 life providing individually designed and tailored learning programmes whilst continuing to develop essential...

  8. Discovery - Aspire Support For Employment

    From: Discovery - Aspire Support for Employment

    Supported Employment has been successfully used for decades as a model for supporting people with learning disabilities and or autism to secure and retain paid employment. The model is a flexible and continuous process, designed to meet all anticipated...

  9. SmilingSteps - Day Centre or Group Sessions

    From: SmilingSteps

    SmilingSteps offers opportunities for people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities in Somerset, to participate in personalised fun activities, meet other people, learn new lifeskills and increase their confidence and independence in a safe and...

  10. 247 Grid - Online costed support planning

    From: Time Designers Ltd

    www.247grid.com  This tool allows you to map your daily activities , identifying areas where you are totally independent, where you are being supported by assistive technology / resources, where you need supervision and where you need a lot of help or...

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