Training for Carers

TRAINING FOR CARERS INFORMATION SHEET 1. WHO IS THE TRAINING FOR? This training is aimed at those carers whose loved one suffers from a mental health problem. Mental health problems cover a wide range of conditions: Schizophrenia Schizo-Affective Disorder Bipolar Disorder … Read More

Eat 4 Health

Why not join one of the eat for health courses running in and around Slough. Learn more on the eat-4-health website: https://www.eat-4-health.co.uk/

Talking About Cancer – Free Online Course

What is the Talking About Cancer online course? Our free interactive online cancer awareness course has proved a huge success in helping people build confidence and “know-how” to separate cancer myths from facts and encourage healthy lifestyle changes. Join thousands … Read More

Slough Senior Citizens Website

Did you know that Slough Senior Citizens have a great website with lots of great information and events? Visit the website

Alzheimers Dementia Support Website

Alzheimers Dementia Support have a great website with all sorts of information available to download.

Crossroads Care – Sleep Support – Home Care – Caravan Hire

Crossroads Care provide a number of packages to support carers, these include a full range of care services including overnight care one day a week to give you a proper nights sleep. and special rates on caravan hire to give … Read More

Slough Advice Centre

For specific advice including subjects such as Housing, Debt, Work, Family, Immigration, Benefits and Health and Care please visit our sister site Slough Advice Centre

Slough Diabetes Support Group

Are you living with Type 2 diabetes? Diabetes is a complex condition, and meeting others can help clarify misconceptions and improve your own management. Slough Diabetes Support Group Come along to our informal monthly meetings Bring a friend or a … Read More

Chair Yoga

Don’t forget Chair Yoga at 29 Church Street’s Resource Centre from 12 till 1pm every Tuesday   Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. The … Read More

Downs Syndrome Association

The Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) offers advice, information and support on all aspects of living successfully with Down’s syndrome. You can call the DSA National Helpline on 0333 1212 300 to speak to one of their specialist Information Officers who … Read More

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