Directory Category: Learning Disabilities

Learning Disabilities

The CIC has been set up to raise funds to provide the Stride 3-pronged exercise/eating/stress management coaching to targeted groups – people who are limited in life due to either their social situation, financial position or health condition, physically

07967705547

An independent advocacy service providing support to adults with learning disabilities. We provide this support through a number of advocacy projects including Formal advocacy, Citizen advocacy and Self advocacy groups across Essex, Southend and Thurrock.

01375 389869

Assessment of children and adults who have problems with spelling and reading. Tuition and advice – run teaching centre in Southend.

01245 259656
01245 356075

Provides information and support to individuals with learning difficulties their parents/carers and local agencies. Advice is free confidential and independent. Information can be provided by telephone e-mail or home visits.

01702 334514

Leonard Cheshire Disability supports thousands of disabled people both in the UK and in more than 50 other countries. We help people with physical impairments, learning difficulties and long-term health conditions, as well as their carers, friends and fam

07525 800287

Aims to provide the highest quality residential care for disabled people so they can achieve independence choice and freedom.

01702 584088

Promotes the development of young people with special educational needs supports those who work with them.

01827 313005
01827 313005

Advice on choosing schools statementing and assessment procedures legal duties of local authorities etc. a national network of parents working towards properly resourced inclusive education for children with special needs.

0845 0774056
0845 0774057

Advocacy and learning disability consultancy for those with learning disabilities and their carers.

01702 610650

A registered charity enabling adults with and without disabilities to come together on equal terms, by going out into the community to establish friendships, confidence, self esteem and social skills.  Meetings held weekly on Wednesday evenings.  Various days out/holidays and activities carried out regularly.

 

Additional contact Miss Ellie Young – Secretary – 07581 438626

pholk.org.uk
07412 293889