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DIRECTORY A DIRECTORY OF SERVICES FOR DISABLED PEOPLE, OLDER PEOPLE AND CARERS IN LEICESTER, LEICESTERSHIRE AND RUTLAND
! N O I T A C RELO ATION! RELOC We’re on the move!
LCiL @ The West End Centre
To serve you better with even more space, we have moved to an accessible community centre. The West End Centre is located minutes from Leicester City Centre and just off the main ring road with bespoke facilities for disabled people. It’s an exciting time for LCiL, its members and friends and we are delighted to share the news far and wide. Please make a note of our new address and we hope to see you soon at the West End Centre. Please check out our new and fresh website too for all the latest information on what’s happening @ The West End Centre. We will continue to offer the same friendly and professional services as we have always done from our new address. As a disabled people’s user led organisation, run and controlled by disabled people, we continue our pledge to work in innovative ways based on the social model of disability. Our new centre will allow us to better support disabled people at a local, regional and national level to exercise choice and control for independent living.
Just some of the things we will continue to offer: •Information, Advice, Guidance and Legal Surgeries •Membership •A safe haven to report Hate Crimes •Payroll Services •Access Audits •Training •Accessible Meeting Spaces and Room Hire •Research and Consultancy •The Equality Standard •Resources, Publications and Events that keep you up to date LCiL @ The West End Centre Andrewes Street, Leicester LE3 5PA LCiL office opening hours: Monday - Thursday 08:30 - 16:30 Friday 08:30 - 16:00 Saturday & Sunday closed Tel: 0116 222 5005 Text phone (SMS only): 07910 864 594 Fax: 0116 222 5008 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.lcil.org.uk
Welcome Welcome to LCiL’s third Choice Unlimited Directory which follows the event held at the Tigers Stadium Leicester on the 9th of April. Choice Unlimited as an event has begun to be recognised in many areas of the Country by disabled people and disabled people’s organisations as a mechanism that truly delivers assured choice in these very difficult times. I hope for those of you who attended the day, it went a long way to answering the many questions you may have regarding your own future care needs or that of a loved one or friend. As always we have endeavoured to work in partnership with many organisations to offer the widest remit possible on the day but also within this directory. For the more observant of you reading this, you may have noticed that the document has changed its name from Event Guide to Directory. This was as a result of the feedback we have received from many of you here in Leicester and Leicestershire who said that whilst the event is a great day and delivers so much, something like a directory to take away from the event would be useful when looking for services and products. The directory will be available online and hard copies will be circulated throughout the city and county to ensure anyone unable to attend Choice Unlimited can still take full advantage of the information provided. I would like to take this opportunity to thank staff at Leicester City Council who have handed these out in their “bucket loads” over the last year and we hope that this great work will continue with this new directory. In closing, I hope you see Choice Unlimited as a portal to the delivery of your needs, may that be social, employment, education, employment or health. I wish you all the best in 2014. Stephen Cooper CEO LCiL
VETERANS MENTAL HEALTH
Ten new dedicated veterans mental health teams treating thousands of veterans a year Ten new dedicated ‘veterans mental health teams’ have spent the last three years helping ex-Armed Forces personnel get mental healthcare quickly and easily. The NHS-funded teams, set up in 2010, see around 3,500 people a year and make sure veterans (including Reservists when not mobilised) and their families get the right treatment - be that from a GP, hospital, mental health service or other charities. The ten teams are sited all over the country and include a range of health workers such as full time doctors, nurses, psychiatrists and family relations professionals. They take self-referrals from veterans who are welcomed, assessed and work to develop a relevant treatment plan. NHS England took over the running of health services for the armed forces last April and has been working with partners such as the MOD, charities and the Department of Health, to improve services available for veterans as well as raising awareness of veteran mental health problems within the health and ex-military communities. With the development of this National Veterans Mental Health Network, more mental health professionals within the NHS who understand the nature of service life are now able to support veterans in accessing the care and support they need. Kate Davies OBE, NHS England’s Head of Public Health, Armed Forces and their Families and Health & Justice, said: “NHS England welcomes the opportunity to ensure no exserviceman or woman is disadvantaged and we continue to develop veteran-specific services.”
“This is part of our commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant. We are here, we are listening and we are working hard to improve these services; we want to help people access them as easily as possible – the right service in the right place at the right time.” Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have similar schemes set up to enhance access to mental health services, including funding for community outreach services. To access your local service visit NHS Choices. Veterans who have had mental health issues post-service are also able to get support through the Veterans and Reserves Mental Health Programme (VRMHP) based in Nottinghamshire (DCMH Chetwynd Barracks, Chilwell, Nottingham, NG9 5HA Helpline: 0800 0326258 - Email: aphcsedcmhchl-vrmhp@ mod.uk). This MOD service provides mental health assessments for those veterans and reservists deployed since 1982. There are other access points available such as the Combat Stress National Telephone Helpline - 0800 138 1619. The free Veterans Mental Health App (search apple or android store for this title) includes help and guidance on key mental health conditions and also features videos of veterans telling their own stories about their mental health problems and journeys to recovery, also the Big White Wall to “talk and share” online, www.bigwhitewall.com 5
Leicester City Council bring the Hft Smart House to Leicester Leicester City Council is working with Hft to showcase the benefits of personalised technology using the Smart House as part of the Choice Unlimited Event. The Hft Smart House shows how technology can be used to support people at home and support them to be more independent and safe. The Smart House is full of gadgets that you can try out to see if they could be beneficial to you and there will be experts on hand to give advice. What is the Hft Smart House? Technology is part of everyoneâ€™s life. More and more, it is used to support people to be independent and safe in and out of their home. Personalised technology promotes greater independence by enabling people to perform tasks that they were formerly unable to do, or had great difficulty doing, by providing enhancements to, or changing methods of interacting with their surroundings. The Hft Smart House shows how technology can be used to support you at home. It is full of gadgets that you can try out to see if they could be beneficial to you. Some of the gadgets can only be bought from specialist suppliers, but many of them are available from high street stores. All the equipment on show in the house is available for people to use in their own homes.
For more information about the technology in the Smart House, or if you have any questions, please contact the Hft Personalised Technology Team: Tel: 0117 244 1890 or email us at: email@example.com
For more information on personalised technology visit www.hftsmarthouse.org.uk To buy some of the products you have seen in the Hft Smart House, visit www.hfttechnologyshop.org.uk
We would also welcome your comments on how useful you found visiting the Hft Smart House, did you think the gadgets were interesting, was there anything that you would use, or was there anything that you think was missing and that would have been useful for people to see? Hft is a leading national charity that supports adults with learning disabilities. Every day our creative thinking helps even those with complex needs to get the most out of life. Our person centred active support approach and our use of personalised technology helps each individual to live more independently and safely. 7
Find an organisation to meet your needs... Care and Support
Products and Services
AAT (GB) Ltd
Education, Training and Employment
Accredo Support & Development Ltd
Connexions Leicester City
ADHD Solutions CIC
Action on Hearing Loss
Allied Healthcare Group
Communities in Partnership
British Red Cross
Leicestershire Adult Learning Service
East West Community Centre Ltd
Hft Smart House
Skills for Care
Freedom Support Solutions Ltd
The Journey Back to Life
The Learning Support Centre
Voluntary Action Leicester VALUES
Home Instead Senior Care
LCiL - LeicesterShire Centre for Integrated Living
Leicester City Council Supported Living
Leicester City Council Disabled Childrenâ€™s Service
Leicestershire County Council Adults & Community
Leicestershire Autism Information Hub
Leicester City CCG
NHS GEM CSU (CCG)
National Autistic Society
NHS Stop Smoking Service
Network for Change
Royal Mencap Society
Personal Assistant Social Care Ltd
The Genesis Project
Private Home Care UK Ltd
Royal Mencap Society Direct Services
SENAD Community Support Services
Leisure, Sport, Wellbeing and Transport
Shared Lives Leicester City
Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland
Shared Lives Leicestershire
Health Ashleigh Clinic
Can Do Holidays Skills for Living Disabled Motoring UK Social Care Solutions Embrace Arts Spoilt 4 Choice Leicester Cobras The Carers Centre Thera South Midlands Work-Link Project
LARISA - Leicester-Shire & Rutland Inclusive Sports Association/ Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport Smarti Paints Ltd The Training Room Leicester 9
ChoiceUnlimited. Action Deafness
A4e A4e Queens House, Queen Street, Sheffield S1 1GN 01142 894751 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mya4e.com A4e offer a wide range of Independent Living Support Services to enable you to have choice and flexibility over the support and assistance you need. If you are recruiting and employing a Personal Assistant you’ll be interested in our Personal Budget Support Service, Payroll Service and Managed Account Service.
AAT (GB) Ltd Community Enterprise Centre, Office 3, Well Street, Cefn Mawr, Nr. Wrexham, Clwyd LL14 3YD 01978 821875 email@example.com www.aatgb.com
Accredo Support & Development Ltd 21 Church Street, Oadby, Leicester, Leicestershire LE2 5DB 0116 272 1345 firstname.lastname@example.org www.accredo.org.uk To support, develop and enable people who have a range of diverse needs, in particular those with an autistic spectrum disorder, assisting them to live as independently as possible as respected members of their local community. To work in partnership with others in the development of individualised support packages. 10
The Peepul Centre, Orchardson Avenue, Leicester LE4 6DP 0116 253 3213 email@example.com www.actiondeafness.org.uk ________________________________
Action on Hearing Loss Regency House, 97 - 107 Hagley Road, Birmingham B16 8LA 0121 450 8980 Information.midlands@hearingloss. org.uk www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk ________________________________
ADHD Solutions CIC St Gabriel’s Community Centre, Kerrysdale Avenue, Leicester LE4 7GH 0116 261 0711 firstname.lastname@example.org www.adhdsolutions.org ________________________________
Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland Lansdowne House, 113 Princess Road East, Leicester LE1 7LA 0116 299 2233 email@example.com www.ageuk.org.uk/leics Age UK Leicester Shire and Rutland is a local organisation that promotes the wellbeing of older people. We offer a wide range of services and support that meet the needs of individuals in a variety of settings. This includes services that are free of charge and services for which a competitive rate is charged.
Advance 86 - 92 Regent Road, Leicester LE1 7DD 0116 247 3900 firstname.lastname@example.org www.advanceuk.org
Allied Healthcare Beaconsfield Court, Beaconsfield Road, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 8HU 07980 781604 louisechamberlain@ alliedhealthcare.com www.alliedhealthcare.com Allied Healthcare, alliedhealthcare.com Regardless of age or circumstance, at Allied Healthcare we think giving people the chance to continue living at home is something worth fighting for. As the nation’s leading provider of home care, our highly-trained, reliable carers give people control and independence, from companionship care to intensive support with life’s challenges.
DIRECTORY: A - D
Communities in Partnership
112 Melbourne Road, Leicester LE2 0DS 0116 262 1000 email@example.com www.ansaar.org
Beaumont Enterprise Centre, Boston Road, Leicester LE4 1HB 0116 229 3029 engagement@communitiesin partnership.org.uk www.communitiesinpartnership.org.uk ________________________________
Can Do Holidays Charles Roberts Office Park, Charles Street, Horbury, Wakefield WF4 5FH 0800 298 3052 firstname.lastname@example.org www.candoholidays.com
Ashleigh Clinic 24 - 26 Stoneygate Road, Stoneygate, Leicester LE2 2AD 0116 270 7948 email@example.com www.ashleighclinic.co.uk The Ashleigh Clinic provides Physiotherapy, Back Pain and Sports Rehabilitation for the general public and professional sports clubs and individuals. We pride ourselves on being one of the UK's leading providers of IDD Therapy for Back Pain and other specialist services and treatments with state of the art facilities. The Ashleigh Clinic also has fully Qualified and dedicated Musculoskeletal Therapists who provide The Indiba Professional pre and post exercise massage. We are the leaders in our field delivering what truly matters which is ethical and philosophical quality to aid your recovery.
British Red Cross Disabled Living Centre & Independent Living Shop 113 Clarendon Park Road, Leicester LE2 3AH 0845 373 0217 firstname.lastname@example.org. uk www.redcross.org.uk
Can Do Holidays specialises in personally inspected UK holiday accommodation for people with disabilities. We help you to find UK accommodation best suited to your disability and those of your family and carers. We offer UK holidays to suit all disabilities and abilities, including holidays venues with hoists, wheelchair access, care staff, shower and wet-rooms, profiling beds, cottages on one level and much more.
Connexions Leicester City 91 Charles Street, Leicester LE1 1HL 0116 454 1770 leicester.gov.uk/your-council services/education-lifelong-learning connexions/ ________________________________
Dimensions Dimensions, 9 - 10 Commerce Park, Theale, Reading RG7 4AB 0300 303 9001 email@example.com www.dimensions-uk.org ________________________________
Disabled Motoring UK The Carers Centre (LeicesterShire & Rutland) Unit 19, Matrix House, Constitution Hill, Leicester LE1 1PL 0116 251 0999 firstname.lastname@example.org www.claspthecarerscentre.org.uk
Ashwellthorpe Hall Drive, Ashwellthorpe, Norwich, Norfolk NR16 1EX 01508 489449 email@example.com www.disabledmotoring.org
Citizens Eye Ltd 243 Aylestone Road, Leicester LE2 7QJ 07734 305595 firstname.lastname@example.org www.citizenseye.org Founded by John Coster in 2008, Citizens Eye is a community media consultancy with 3 models to promote and support community media: 1. Community Media Cafe 2. Community Media Training School 3. Reportage Club
Enable Care And Support East West Community Centre Limited 10 Wilberforce Road Leicester LE3 0GT (0116) 2550575 email@example.com www.eastwestcentre.org.uk East West Community Centre is working with the Community since 1985 to promote the Health and Well-being of all in Leicestershire. We are accredited by Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council to provide comprehensive services such as: Day Care, Luncheon Club, Mobile Meals, Women Group, Mental Health and Yoga Classes.
Leicester Office, 7 Faraday Court, Conduit Street, Leicester LE2 0JN 01246 599999 (Head Office) firstname.lastname@example.org www.enable-group.org.uk emh homes and Enable Care and Support provide a wide range of housing, care and support services across the East Midlands region. By delivering tailored services sensitive and responsive to tenants and service users needs, our teams help them to live safely and independently in their home and communities.
Embrace Arts is the University of Leicesterâ€™s inclusive arts centre, with a history of promotion and encouragement of engagement in the arts by people with disabilities. Its award-winning building houses a performance area, three studios, and a gallery. It has a diverse performance and learning programme throughout the year.
Lodge Farm, Earl Shilton Road, Thurlaston, Leicestershire LE9 7TG 07765 877273 email@example.com www.foreversavvy.co.uk Forever Savvy provides a life-long outdoor learning programme for adults with learning disabilities, those who attend experience a broad range of life skills such as land management, animal welfare, gardening, catering and wood work. Our programme aims to improve the emotional health and physical wellbeing of young adults in its care.
Excitim Ltd 31 Wordsworth Drive, Market Drayton, Shropshire TF9 1ND 0845 900 3860 firstname.lastname@example.org www.special-needs-toys.co.uk
Richard Attenborough Centre, Lancaster Road, Leicester LE1 7HA 0116 252 2455 email@example.com www.embracearts.co.uk
Freedom Support Solutions Ltd George House, 60 Nithsdale Avenue, Market Harborough, Leicestershire LE16 9PE 07900 814825 firstname.lastname@example.org www.freedomsupport.co.uk
Fish Insurance 2 - 4 Riversway Business Village, Navigation Way, Preston PR2 2YP 0500 432 141 email@example.com www.fishinsurance.co.uk Established in 1975 specifically to serve people with disabilities, Fish Insurance pioneered Independent Living insurance incorporating 24hour access to expert employment law and HR advice. The firm, which protects over 70,000 disabled policyholders, also offers specialist disabled car and travel policies together with mobility scooter, wheelchair and mobility equipment insurance.
Geberit Sales Ltd Geberit House, Academy Drive, Warwick, Warwickshire CV34 6QZ 01926 516 808 firstname.lastname@example.org www.geberit-aquaclean.co.uk Geberit AquaClean 8000plus Care is the ultimate solution for independence in the bathroom. Combining the convenience of a warm water wash, and warm airdryer alongside other enhancing features including an opto-remote and reinforced seat, Geberit AquaClean 8000plus Care is easy to operate and virtually touch-free.
DIRECTORY: G - I
Glebe House Woodgate Chambers, 70 Woodgate, Loughborough LE67 9QL 01509 218096 email@example.com www.glebehouseproject.org.uk
Healthwatch Leicester Freepost LE5 328, Voluntary Action LeicesterShire, PO BOX 30, Leicester LE1 7ZX 0116 257 4999 firstname.lastname@example.org www.healthwatchleicester.co.uk Healthwatch Leicester gives the people of Leicester a stronger voice to influence and challenge how health and social services are provided locally. We want to hear from disabled people and groups about their experiences of social care providers and personal budgets. Talk to us today or contact us Monday to Friday.
Helping Hands Homecare Church Street, Alcester, Warwickshire B49 5AJ 01789 767996 email@example.com www.helpinghands.co.uk ________________________________
Hereward College Bramston Crescent, Tile Hill, Coventry CV4 9SW 024 7642 6173 Admin@hereward.ac.uk www.hereward.ac.uk ________________________________
i-decide Homefield College 42 St Mary's Road, Sileby, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE12 7TL 01509 815696 christian.keenan@ homefieldcollege.ac.uk www.homefieldcollege.ac.uk Homefield is an independent specialist college and registered charity for students with learning and communication difficulties. The college is situated in Sileby, Leicestershire. Learners attend on a day or residential basis and a small number receive outreach provision in their own homes. Homefield also provides supported living, long term residential care.
Room G, Second Floor, Voluntary Action Leicester, 9 Newark Street, Leicester LE1 5SN 01733 213499 firstname.lastname@example.org www.i-decide.co.uk i-decide provides individuals affected by disability with advice and support to manage their care needs. Our job is to help make sure that you are able to spend your money on the kind of services that you want by giving you as much or as little help as you require.
Irwin Mitchell LLP
Home Instead Senior Care Mill Farm, Stonton Wyville LE16 7UQ 01858 540 317 email@example.com www.homeinstead.co.uk/mh The no 1 at home care provider* matches our caregivers to suit our individual clientâ€™s needs. Our services are what we would wish for our own family members. Unrushed companionship, proper meals, housekeeping, post-discharge and personal care, medication reminders, days out. Nothing is too much trouble. *(Laing Buisson Feb 2014).
Suite 122, 1st Floor, Gateway House, 4 Pennman Way, Grove Business Park, Enderby, Leicester LE19 1SY 08000 23 22 33 firstname.lastname@example.org www.irwinmitchell.com/personal Everyone needs a lawyer at some time in their lives. When you need legal help, you can rely on Irwin Mitchell to support you every step of the way. Weâ€™ll give you clear, easyto-understand advice on a wide range of services including personal injury claims, powers of attorney, buying and selling a property, wills, trusts and family law.
2 St Marys, Market Harborough, Leicestershire LE16 7DU 01858 419145 email@example.com www.hft.org
ChoiceUnlimited. LCPT Leicestershire Community Projects Trust
Leicester City Council, Disabled Children’s Service
96 New Walk, Leicester LE1 7EA 0116 222 9522 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lcp-trust.org.uk
New Parks House, Pindar Road, Leicester LE3 9RN 0116 454 4710 email@example.com tap.leicester.gov.uk
65 Regent Road, Leicester LE1 6YF 0116 255 6286 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lampdirect.org.uk LAMP: 25 years serving the mental health community of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. Harnessing the experiences and opinions of people in mental distress and their carers, LAMP campaigns for better practice and the improvement of services. LAMP provides Quality Independent Mental Health Advocacy, a comprehensive website and empowers through Information.
LARISA Leicester-Shire & Rutland Inclusive Sports Association
Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group St John’s House, 30 East Street, Leicester LE1 6NB 0116 295 0750 email@example.com www.leicestercityccg.nhs.uk Health in your hands. We want to hear your views on Leicester’s health services. Come and talk to us today in our video booth. Tell us about your experiences as a patient or carer or give us your suggestions on how we can make improvements. We are here to listen.
Ellesmere College, Ellesmere Road, Leicester LE3 1BE 0116 289 4224 LARISA@ellesmere.leicester.sch.uk www.lrsport.org ________________________________
Lawson West Solicitors Ltd 241 Uppingham Road, Leicester LE5 4DG 0116 212 1000 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lawson-west.co.uk ________________________________
LCiL LeicesterShire Centre for Integrated Living West End Centre, Andrewes Street, Leicester LE3 5PA 0116 222 5005 Text: 07910 864594 email@example.com www.lcil.org.uk
Leicester City Council, Adult Social Care and Safeguarding 1 Grey Friars, Leicester LE1 5PH 0116 454 1004 firstname.lastname@example.org www.leicester.gov.uk Supported living provides an alternative which has both housing and care elements together to fit with the person’s needs. Under supported living an individual has his or her own tenancy and receives support to manage that tenancy as well as with daily living tasks and/or personal care. Leicester City has a number of Supported Living schemes but supported living can also be provided in any tenancy (Council, private or Housing Association).
Leicester City Council Smart House New Walk Centre, Welford Place Leicester LE1 6ZG 0116 454 1000 strategic-commissioning@ leicester.gov.uk www.leicester.gov.uk Leicester City Council is working with HFT to showcase the benefits of Assistive Technology using the Smart House as part of the Choice Unlimited Event. The Smart House shows how technology can be used to support people at home and support them to be more independent. The Smart House is full of gadgets that you can try out to see if they could be beneficial to you and there will be experts on hand to give advice.
Leicester Cobras Wheelchair Basketball Club 07981 850025 email@example.com
DIRECTORY: L - N National Autistic Society
Leicestershire Adult Learning Service Room 500, County Hall, Glenfield LE3 8RB 0800 988 0308 Adultlearning@leics.gov.uk www.leics.gov.uk/golearn Learning for Living & Work Countywide courses for adults with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities. Learners receive Person Centred Learning reviews and advice about suitable courses. Most courses Free. Independent Living, employment skills, communication, Arts, Wellbeing, Communication, Managing Money, Leisure, Personalised training for budget holders. Available to teach in provider bases.
Leicestershire Autism Information Hub
LOROS Groby Road, Leicester LE3 9QE 0116 231 3771 firstname.lastname@example.org www.loros.co.uk LOROS Hospice is a local charity and every year we care for over 2,500 people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. We deliver free, high-quality, compassionate care and support to terminally ill patients, their family and carers. We deliver care that is special and unique to each individual.
Unit B, Edward House, Grange Business Park, Enderby Road, Whetstone, Leicester LE8 6EP 0116 258 1841 Leicester@nas.org.uk www.autism.org.uk ________________________________
Network for Change Ltd 150 - 152 London Road, Leicester LE2 1ND 0116 2470335 email@example.com www.networkforchange.org.uk
MacIntyre Arkwright House, Longfellow Road, Knighton Fields Industrial Estate, Leicester LE2 6BT 0116 270 2697 firstname.lastname@example.org www.macintyrecharity.org
NHS St John’s House, 30 East Street, Leicester LE1 6NB 0116 295 4133 email@example.com
Castle Heights, Maid Marian Way, Nottingham NG1 6BJ 0808 800 0125 firstname.lastname@example.org www.laih.org.uk ________________________________
A personal health budget is an amount of money to support a person's identified health and wellbeing needs, planned and agreed between the person and their local NHS team.
Leicestershire County Council, Adults and Communities Dept
Our vision for personal health budgets is to enable people with long term conditions and disabilities to have greater choice, flexibility and control over the health care and support they receive.
County Hall, Glenfield, Leicester LE3 8RL 0116 305 0004 email@example.com www.leics.gov.uk ________________________________
Leicestershire Police Force Headquarters, St Johns, Enderby, Leicestershire LE19 2BX 101 darren.goddard8196@leicestershire. pnn.police.uk www.leics.police.uk
MacIntyre Charity 602 South Seventh Street, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK9 2JA 01908 230100 firstname.lastname@example.org www.macintyrecharity.org MacIntyre provides learning, support and care for more than 1000 children and adults with learning disabilities or autism across the UK, including residential and outreach services in Leicestershire. New staff don’t always need previous experience working with people who have learning disabilities: we provide extensive training and support.
NHS Stop Smoking Service St John’s House, 30 East Street, Leicester LE1 6NB 0116 295 4141
DIRECTORY: N -S
Private Homecare UK Ltd
Sherwood House, Cartwright Way, Forest Business Park, Bardon Hill, Coalville, Leicestershire LE67 1UB 0845 120 4522 email@example.com www.nrs-uk.co.ukp
38 Southfield Close, Scraptoft, Leicester LE7 9UR 03335 77 50 77 or 07967 28 66 65 firstname.lastname@example.org www.privatehomecareuk.com
RNIB College Loughborough Radmoor Rd, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 3BS 01509 611077 email@example.com www.rnibcollege.ac.uk ________________________________
SENAD Group, Community Support Service Personal Assistant Social Care Ltd The Old Rectory, Main St, Glenfield, Leicester LE3 8DG 0116 232 5153 office@personalassistantsocial care.com www.personalassistantsocialcare .com We provide trained Personal Assistants to support people at home, enabling them to fulfil potential, managing lives with mental health problems, autistic spectrum disorders and learning disabilities.
Phoenix Therapies Leicester Ltd 4 Aisne Road , Leicester LE18 4UA 07722 026705 firstname.lastname@example.org www.phoenixtherapiesleicester.co.uk ________________________________
Portland College Nottingham Road, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire NG18 4TJ 01623 499114 email@example.com www.portland.ac.uk ________________________________
Prism Medical UK Unit 4 Jubilee Business Park, Jubilee Way, Grange Moor, Wakefield WF4 4TD 0844 980 2260 firstname.lastname@example.org www.prismmedical.co.uk
Rica G03 The Wenlock, 50 - 52 Wharf Road, London N1 7EU 020 7427 2460 email@example.com www.rica.org.uk Rica is a specialist UK consumer research and information charity. We offer free information: a public transport guide, online info on travelling with a mobility scooter and driving guides. Our focus is on older and disabled people and we want new members for our consumer panel â€“ please join!
7 St James Court, Friar Gate, Derby DE1 1BT 01332 200300 firstname.lastname@example.org www.senadgroup.com ________________________________
Shared Lives (City) Layton House, Frewin Street, Leicester LE5 0PA 0116 221 1370 email@example.com www.leicester.gov.uk/your-councilservices/social-care-health/adults/ services-for-adults-and-older-people/ shared-lives-service/
Royal Mencap Society Can Mezzanine, 32 - 36 Loman Street, London SE1 0EH firstname.lastname@example.org ________________________________
Royal Mencap Society Direct Services
Shared Lives Leicestershire
Royal Mencap Society, Red Unit, First West Business Park, Telford Way, Kettering NN16 8PS 01536 411415 email@example.com www.mencap.org.uk
Room 500, County Hall, Glenfield, Leicester LE3 8RL 0116 305 9240 firstname.lastname@example.org www.leics.gov.uk/sharedlives Shared Lives Carers share their lives, families and home with other adults needing support and/or accommodation through age or disability. The person is welcomed as a member of the family and supported by a Shared Lives Carer who is checked, assessed and monitored by the Shared Lives Service.
Silvalea Limited Units 1 - 4, 7 & 12 Silverhills Buildings, Decoy Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 5LZ 01626 331655 email@example.com www.silvalealtd.co.uk
Simplyhealth Hambleden House, Andover, Hants SP10 1LQ 01264 342480 independentlivingcst.co.uk www.simplyhealth.co.uk/ independentliving Simplyhealth Independent Living are specialists in powerchairs and prescriptive wheelchairs and area approved suppliers to the NHS wheelchair services. We provide a range of products from different manufacturers and can provide joint assessments with Occupational Therapists. We also provide service and repair all year round.
Skills For Living Ltd
Solo Support Services
21 Station Road, Hinckley, Leicestershire LE10 1AW 01455 615061 firstname.lastname@example.org www.skillsforliving.co.uk
34 Millicent Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG2 7PZ 07557 748730 email@example.com www.solosupportservices.co.uk
Skills for Living are a local company supporting adults with a diverse range of needs. We provide the highest standards of service provision ensuring the service user is central to all decision making. We are registered with the CQC to provide Supported Living, Domiciliary Services, Residential Homes and Short Breaks.
Anything is possible when individuals have real choice and control. For us this means a shift in power and decision making to the person directly involved. Our purpose is to help individuals who have chosen self-directed support. Our objective is to create an alternative for people who require domiciliary services but desire maximum control and choice.
Spoilt 4 Choice
Smarti Paints Ltd
44 Overton Road, Leicester LE5 OJA 0116 221 5545 INFO@SPOILT-4-CHOICE.COM firstname.lastname@example.org www.spoilt-4-choice.com
1 The Crescent, King Street, Leicester LE1 6RX 07591 098814 email@example.com www.smartipaints.co.uk
Skills for Care West Gate, 6 Grace Street, Leeds LS1 2RP 0113 245 1716 firstname.lastname@example.org www.skillsforcare.org.uk Skills for Care ensures that the adult social care workforce has the skills and qualifications to deliver high quality social care. We work with social care employers, people who need care and support, carers and other key stakeholders to develop tools and resources that meet the needs of the sector in terms of workforce development.
Smarti Paints Limited is a social enterprise organisation established to provide a wide range of crafting classes and experiences to adults with disabilities across Leicestershire. Our personalised approach, coupled with our diverse range of activities, helps inspire our crafters to socialise and gain confidence whilst developing new and existing skills within a fun, inspiring environment.
Social Care Solutions Ltd Brook House, 13 Brook Street, St Neots, Cambs PE19 2BP 01480 223650 email@example.com www.socialcaresolutions.com 17
ChoiceUnlimited. Voluntary Action Leicestershire
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