Directory Category: Disability
We support families in the local community whose children are going through the ASD diagnosis process, we also work with and support families whose children have already been diagnosed. We hold monthly mornings and aim to offer small activities and sessio
We aim to improve the quality of life for all blind, partially sighted and deaf blind people. We all work in a voluntary capacity and have no paid staff in Essex. We welcome any publicity you can give our branch and volunteers are always welcome. We produ
Prohect 49 is a community based resource run by Southend Care Ltd providing innovative services for adults with learning disabilities in the Southend area. Located in central Southend, our focus is on putting people first. We provide a wide range of dynamic activities promoting healthy living and wellbeing, making informed choices and community inclusion. We have initiated or participated in a number of exciting projects and partnerships aimed at developing our service users’ independence, confidence and positive engagement within our town. Age 19 and over. Referral required via CTPLD (Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities). Cost £60 per day.
Jump up and Join in – open mic nights at the Railway Hotel
Community garden projects
Art project work
We have our own film production company “Around the Edge Productions” who have created a variety of films for others, which includes recruitment films for SBC’s education department and music promo videos for a local punk band.
We work closely with Make Southend Sparkle and are working on regenerating a neglected area of town so all can enjoy it.
2nd contact – Debbie Chapman – Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Art Ministry runs weekly arts and crafts clubs for a wide variety of people from Essex. We focus on people who are most likely to benefit from the opportunity that being involved in creative activity provides for making friends, boosting self confiden
Each week we send out a free audio recording with approximately one hour of local news, read from local newspapers, on memory sticks (or CDs if necessary), sent post free to anyone with visual impairment. who is unable to read a newspaper themselves We also produce two regular, free ‘magazine’ editions for our listeners and we can supply a simple memory stick player where necessary, also at no cost to a visually impaired listener.