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  1. Short Breaks

    From: The Camden Society London

    Everyone loves a break. That's why we offer different choices for people with disabilities to get away. Taste the delicious food at Hotel in the Park or check into April Cottage and Neithrop Guest House in beautiful Oxfordshire.

  2. postal library service

    From: Calibre Audio Library

    a choice of over 8,000 audio books for all tastes - fiction and non-fiction - chosen specially to appeal to members over 1,500 books for children and young people - read more about Young Calibre here books read cover to cover by professional actors and...

  3. Art Adventures

    From: Community Focus

     10 am - 4 pm Morning: Art activities Afternoon: Trips out museums, galleries, exhibitions, sport activities and much more.   

  4. Chair based exercise

    From: Lordship Hub Co-op

    Chair-based program to exercise all parts of your body.   Suitable for older and/or less agile people. The exercises will help to develop strength, mobility, balance and coordination. You will be surprised how easily you can improve your overall health...

  5. Markfield

    Markfield is a community centre based in the London Borough of Haringey, which promotes rights, independence, choice and inclusion for Disabled people and their families. For further information please click on the link below. Accessibility Guide from...

  6. Home Care Support (Adults)

    From: Springcare Support Services

    What is the service?  The service is to provide home care or support for adults in need within their homes.  We provide personal care and Domiciliary support within the home and it can be extended to enable them to access the community.  What types of...

  7. Brightstars

    We are a small community club providing a platform for those with autism to have fun and a place where they feel confident to be themselves. We do this through activities such as African Drumming and Dance, Drama, Movement Therapy, Singing and Sports...

  8. Online Yoga for Wellbeing

    From: Groundwork London

    Mondays 2-3pm from 28th September to 2nd November 2020 Sessions will be delivered via Zoom by James Chapman, qualified yoga therapist who delivers sessions for Mind in Haringey. Yoga can help you to: • Reduce pain • Improve strength and flexibility •...

  9. Horse Riding

    From: The Stables Horse Activity Centre

    We don’t just offer lessons but provide an environment where people with learning disabilities can spend time caring for horses and thereby gaining confidence from the special interactions, for example – watering, feeding and mucking out with the support...

  10. Squidz

    From: Heart N Soul

    The Squidz Club is a night for young people with learning disabilities (aged 10-25) their friends and families. Featuring young DJs and artists in a fun and friendly atmosphere. The club is a chance for you to have a good time, make new friends and be...

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