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Marches Family Network

Working with and for children and young people with disabilities and their families in Herefordshire and South Shropshire. They provide opportunities for children and young people with disabilities/additional needs aged 0-25 and provide support for a wide range of needs on an individual level in safe and stimulating environments.  For more information on where these […]

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Gardening for Wellbeing – Madley Plants

Join Ben Poulter, a local garden designer, for a talk about Gardening for Wellbeing from a dementia friendly garden. There will be a memory walk for who are interested as well as tea, coffee, cake and ice cream.  See the poster for more information.

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Sense TouchBase Cymru (Wales)

Parents, professionals and young people all welcome to see the on-site facilities, staff and service users at TouchBase wales, a disability charity that supports people with complex communication needs.  

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Celebrating Autism

  The Integrated Autism service (IAS) Aneurin Bevan University Health Board & Monmouthshire CC along with the Tertiary Neurodevelopmental Service Aneurin Bevan University Health Board are hosting an autism awareness day to celebrate World Autism awareness week – click on the image for more detail.

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HDU Cancer Awareness Event

Support Services, information and complimentary treatments at the Cancer Awareness Event. Bookings essential. Free networking lunch For details contact: sylvia.nicholls@btinternet.com Or ring 07817 473813  

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Chairobics – Leominster

Exercises to help with everyday living. Seated, standing or using a chair as support, suitable for all ages and abilities. Every other Tuesday from 6th Feb, 10 -10.45am – Leominster Sports and Social Club Fridays’s 10 -11am – Green Lane Methodist Church Hall, Leominster Contact Mandy for more information 01544 387 958, 07538 218273 or […]

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Thriving Minds – Wellbeing course from Mind Herefordshire

A free course funded by Herefordshire Council Leominster Community Fund. Thriving minds offer 3 courses which last for 2 weekly sessions: Mondays – Self esteem & Confidence Tuesdays – Managing Anxiety & Relaxation Wednesdays – Assertiveness Starting  19th Feb – 26th March For more information contact Emma Robertson on 01432 802117 or emma.robertson@Herefordshire-mind.org.uk

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Autism Drop in Sessions- Pontypool

Drop-in sessions for Autistic persons and their carers.  If you would like to come along and discuss what matters to you then please drop-in and talk to the team about how ASD affects you and your family.  Dates and times can be found in the attached document: Autism Support Autumn Drop In session – Gwent […]

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Learning Disability & Dementia

Alzheimers Society – Learning Disability & Dementia 12 month innovation funded project The aim is the raise awareness and increase understanding of dementia and people living with learning disability Explore ways to help sustain and maintain chosen lifestyle, wherever home is. Support planning for changes that become necessary while it is easier for the person […]

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SIL Part of Welsh Minister Visit

NEWS RELEASE Number 032/17 25 August 2017 WELSH MINISTER MEETS SIL Sam Morgan, Torfaen Direct Payment Support Service (DPSS) Manager, was invited by Torfaen County Borough Council to be part of a group meeting Rebecca Evans AM, Minister for Social Services and Public Health, to discuss among other things, direct payments. Sam, who works for […]

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SIL achieves Disability Confident Leader

NEWS RELEASE Number 030/17 27 July 2017 SIL achieves Coveted Disability Confident Leader status Services for Independent Living (SIL) is pleased to announce that the organisation has been recognised as a ‘Disability Confident Leader’ in the UK and is one of only 25 organisations in the country to have achieved this accolade. SIL, which ensures […]

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Cwmbran Diabetes UK Group

Social group who have a range of social occasions in their programme to offer support, information. Meetings take place on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm light refreshments are provided. Please click on download for further information.  

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