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Kingston Services for People with Learning or Physical Disabilities
FAST MINDS - a group of people dedicating time to helping you understand ADHD and how it is managed. Run support groups, informal and formal presentations and coaching sessions. Have a weekly group in Kingston Quaker Centre on Thursdays 10.30am - 12.30pm. Email email@example.com
Kingston Advice Centre - Information and advice giving charity for a range of topics for the local community
Kingston Carer’s Network (KCN) - support over 2,500 adult carers and over 600 young carers in Kingston through a wide range of services.
Kingston Centre for Independent Living (KCIL) - provides a range of services to ensure that disabled people who live, work or study in Kingston are able to lead independent lives. Also provide disability-related advice and information to other interested individuals or organisations.
Kingston Mencap - supports adults with a learning disability, and their families and carers. Kingson Mencap run 4 clubs and projects: Future Friends (for ages 19-35), Seekers (18 +), a Saturday drop-in, and a monthly Carers' group as well as other social activities.
Kingston Voluntary Action’s Directory - Information about voluntary and community organisations registered with Kingston Voluntary Action.
POhWER - Independent Health Complaints Advocacy for people who wish to make a complaint about treatment provided under the NHS.
RISE (Recovery Initiative Social Enterprise) - RISE is a social enterprise, community interest company, but first and foremost, it is a community. They hold a weekly Community Cafe - open to all which provides free food & drinks, games, poetry and more - every Wednesday 1pm to 4pm in the Kingston Quaker Centre.
SEND Family Voices (SFV) - bring people together into a community to improve services, share support and strengthen a common voice. By ensuring families are heard, SFV empower children, young people, and their families to obtain the best possible care and services.
Staywell - Offer a range of services and projects, both centre-based and in the community, designed to support people's independence and help them stay well.