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Please contact the centre for the latest adult and community course guide.
01623 516592 Fax: 01623 516593
The Adult Deaf and Visual Impairment Service (ADVIS) provides specialist support to people who are: Deaf/deafened/hearing impaired Blind/visually impaired Dual sensory impaired ADVIS has specialist workers who understand the difficulties caused by a sensory impairment. All of the Deaf team can sign and access to…
0300 500 80 80 or Minicom: 01623 434 993
For details of adult social care services in Nottinghamshire please visit the County Council's website.
Our adult's with Asperger's team support adults with Asperger's Syndrome living in Nottinghamshire and their families and carers. We will: give advice about getting a diagnosis provide a community care assessment help you with a support plan help you link up with self-help groups. You…
0300 500 8080 (Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm and Sat 8.30am-12noon)
Advance Support has been providing services to people in the community since 1974. We provide Support for people so they can live their lives the way they want. We are part of Advance, which also provides places for people to live and employment advice for…
0333 012 4307
ACE Education Advice CIC & ACE Education Training LLP are new ventures set up by ex-staff to continue some of the advice and training services provided by The Advisory Centre for Education.
020 8888 3377
"Supporting people to reshape their community" Aebal leisure promote social inclusion and encourage everyone to get active and out into the community. aebal leisure is a Nottingham based social support service set up to improve the lives of young adults with learning disabilities and/or mental…
aebal Leisure is a progressive social support service covering the whole of Nottinghamshire.We offer outreach support for adults with autism, learning disabilities and mental health problems. We specialise in short, person-focused sessions which include a wide range of leisure, sports, social and volunteer opportunities. Aebal Leisure…
Aebal Leisure ‘Groups’ is a recent addition to the Aebal Leisure service and offers a simple way of becoming involved in group leisure activities. Unlike ‘Support’ and ‘Connect’ the sessions do not include mentoring or support planning and the activities are pre-determined. Aebal ‘Groups’ is…