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It also provides details of organisations, including voluntary ones that can help disabled people and people with additional needs to find employment or support them in employment.

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ABA Horizons

ABA Horizons, we believe that every child should have access to Evidence Based services. We provide [Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)] services to help children on the Autism Spectrum (or likely to be) and other additional needs."The goal for early intervention is to maximise the potential…
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Abbeyfield Honiton: Trustees and Volunteers required

Trustees required Professional people required to serve as volunteer trustees for the society. Responsibilities include marketing, business decision making, financial management, etc The committee meets 1 x bi-annually (currently via zoom) to discuss and plan for the future.  Friendly team, expenses paid Volunteers wanted We…
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Abbeyfield Society, 36High StreetHonitonDevonEX14 1PJ

ABF The Soldiers' Charity South West

We give a lifetime of support to soldiers and veterans from the British Army, and their immediate families, when they are in need. We make grants to individuals through their Regiments and Corps and support a wide range of specialist charities that sustain the British…
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Wyvern BarracksBarrack RoadExeterDevonEX2 6AR

AbilityNet

AbilityNet supports people of any age, living with any disability or impairment to use technology. We offer Digital Accessibility Services Our accessibility consultants and testers help businesses, universities, charities and many other organisations to design and maintain accessible websites, apps and other digital services. We have…
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11-15William RoadLondonNW1 3ER

able2achieve 'Active Lives'

At able2achieve we provide tailored sessions, enterprises and community projects for adults with learning difficulties/disabilities, associated disorders and those with mental health issues. Based on an assessment of need. We endeavour to keep minds and bodies active, developing skills to enable and promote progression. We…
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15, Silver StreetOttery St MaryDevonEX11 1DB

Access Success - Dyslexia Assessment

How to request a dyslexia assessment for children and adults? There are various ways to request a dyslexia test for children, although it can sometimes be a frustrating process particularly for parents.  The first step is to meet the child’s teacher and the Special Educational…
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WindrushBow StreetLangportSomersetTA10 9PS

ACE - Access to Community Education

Access to Community Education (ACE) is a charity, working in partnership with South Devon College, offering courses and social activities to adults (19+) with a physical disability. We provide the following activities: Swimming, Sportsmobility, Drawing and Painting and a Social Morning of Guest Speakers/Activities, term-time…
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South Devon College ACL, Centre for Health and Care Professions187 Newton RoadTorquaySouth DevonTQ2 7FT

Acorn Community Support

Provides care, support and comfort to frail, vulnerable and elderly people. Assistance with transport to GP appointments and hospital appointments Prescription delivery service Lunch clubs  Coffee mornings  Weekly minibus shopping trips to Sainsbury's Memory Lane Cafe Walking Club Equipment loan. If you'd like to volunteer as a driver…
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The SurgeryLayne FieldsChristowExeterDevonEX6 7NY

Action After Stroke (AAS)

Action After Stroke is a non-profit, student led organisation which provides a friendly and secure environment where individuals who have had a stroke (or other neurological disorder) can exercise in a gym. It also provides an important social aspect, where stroke survivors can meet other…
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St Luke's Sports CentreUniversity of ExeterSt Luke's CampusHeavitree RoadExeterEX1 2LU

Action East Devon

Action East Devon is the leading local charity working with the people, communities and organisations of East Devon to create the services and support they need to live happier and healthier lives. We run projects and deliver services, working with people and communities to meet…
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Younghayes CentreYounghayes RoadCranbrookExeterDevonEX5 7DR
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