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AAA - Triple A Project

The Triple A Vision Triple A was established by way of a response to a perceived ‘360 degree’ vulnerability within the autism community and in response to a need for support among autistic adults. Triple A was founded and is managed by Helen Storey, who…
 01768 867629  07554 370823

Action Rehab - FREE 24 Hour Helpline For Individuals Suffering From Addiction

Action Rehab is a newly established helpline for individuals suffering from addiction. The line is monitored by our team of addiction recovery experts who are willing to provide urgent help and advice to individuals struggling to cope with the difficulties that come with addiction. Along…

Afasic - Unlocking Speech & Language

Around 6% of children starting school have speech, language and communication needs(SLCN) – that’s an average of 2 in every classroom. Afasic is the UK charity representing children and young people with speech, language and communication difficulties, working for their inclusion in society and supporting their parents…
 Helpline: 0300 666 9410  Office: 020 7490 9410

Are you eligible for Adult Social Care?

Referral Process for Transition Cases within Health Care & Community Services (Adult Social Care):  Adult Social Care have launched a change in their referral process for young people who are approaching year 9 (age 14) who require support from the Transition Social Worker.  From 1st…
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Autism Alert Card

Cumbria Constabulary joined forces with the National Autistic Society in 2010 and launched an alert card, which people with autism can show people when they find communication difficult or need to explain their behaviour. The cards were developed in consultation with adults with autism and…
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Autism Support Cumbria

Autism Support Cumbria provides personalised services, support, information, advice and guidance to children, adults, families, businesses and organisations.  Services include:  Support for adults and children  Family support  Help with form filling  Advocacy  Consultancy Staff training  Academic tuition
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Autus Cumbria

Autus Cumbria is a not-for-profit organisation that provides services for those with autism in the South Cumbria area. We work with  families, youth organisations, schools and employment support agencies to run youth clubs, holiday activity sessions, training sessions for professionals such as teachers and employment…

Barrow & District Disability Association

Early DaysBarrow & District Disability Association (BDDA) was set up in 1981 by a group of disabled people and professionals interested in disability welfare. The organisation initially operated from the homes of a small group of disabled people, then in 1987 we acquired two derelict…

Boing-Boing

Boing-boing provides opportunities to learn about resilience.  We run regular Resilience Forums, develop Resilience Frameworks, books and other materials and offer training and talks on resilient approaches to life's challenges.
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Carlisle Carers - Caring for Carers

What We Do  Caring for the Carers  If you decide to seek help from Carlisle Carers, you will be given individual support from one of our trained Carers Support Workers.  Your support worker can carry out a Carers Assessment. All Carers in the UK, aged…
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