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Rutland Disabled Youth Forum or ‘RDYF’ is a group of young people aged 14-25 with a variety of disab....
Rutland

30 Hours Free Childcare

If you are a working parent, you could receive 30 hours free childcare each week. <a href="h....
01572 722 577

ADHD Solutions - Jan - March 2020 Newletter

Please find attached the link to the ADHD Solutions January - March 2020 Newletter.   http://cm....
0116 261 0711

ADHD Support Group

9.30am - 11.30am on the following dates: 24th Sept 2019 26th Nov 2019 28th Jan 2020 24th Mar 2020 28th Apr 2020 30th Jun 2020
Do you have a child or young person with ADHD?  ADHD Solutions is here to help! For advice, hel....
Cold Overton RoadOakhamRutlandLE15 6NT
0116 261 0711

Adult Social Care - Support Needs and Assessment

Rutland County Council can carry out an assessment for an adult who appears to have a need for care ....
01572 758 341

Advocacy

Read our What is Advocacy? guide to find out what advocacy means, and how it might be able....
0116 204 5110 (Age UK Leicester Shire and Rutland Care Act Advocacy 14+) 07977 015 674 (SENDIASS Rutland)

Aiming High - Autism Parent Support Group

7.00pm - 8.30pm on the second Tuesday of every other month. Dates for 2020: 11 February, 14 April, 9 June, 11 August, 13 October and 8 December
This is a support group for parents of children who have been diagnosed with autism or suspecte....
1Cold Overton RoadOakhamRutlandLE15 6NT
01572 758390

Aiming High Newsletter January 2020

The Aiming High January 2020 Newsletter.....
01572758309

Anxiety UK

Anxiety UK work to relieve and support those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression by pro....
Big Life, 339Stretford RoadManchesterM15 4ZY
03444 775 774 (infoline) 07537 416905 (Text Service)

Attendance Allowance

If you are looking after someone who has a disability or illness and is aged 65 or over, they may be....
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