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  1. Deane UCAN Centre


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    UCAN stands for 'Urban Care And Neighbourhood', the Deane UCAN centre provides a variety of activities, services and information such as housing enquiries, police surgery, internet access, training and information relating to health, employment, community safety, environment and local activities. In addition, we provide assistance with related aspects of job search. CV building, email and basic IT tuition, use of a telephone, and access to up to date vacancies.

    2 Oriel Street, BL3 5PD
    (01204) 329583 fazila.dipoti@boltonathome.org.uk

  2. Derwen College


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    Derwen College is a specialist setting working with young people with learning disabilities. Through personalised learning it promotes vocational, educational, social and personal development of a wide range of young people with learning difficulties and disabilities. Offering residential and day placements, post college living and work programme, apprenticeships, supported internships.At Derwen College we support you to live the life you want.

    Derwen College, SY11 3JA
    (01691) 661234 barbara.cooksey@derwen.ac.uk

  3. Drake Music

    Drake Music is the leading national organisation working in music, disability and technology. Our vision Non-disabled people can make music in many ways and at many different levels. Our vision is a world where disabledpeople have the same rangeof opportunities, and a culture of integrated music-making, where disabled and non-disabled musicians work together as equals. Who we are Drake Music is a national arts charity with offices in Bristol, Manchester and London. We work with an experienced,

    335 Stretford Road, M15 5ZA
    (01612) 326073 abigailward@drakemusic.org

  4. Dyslexia Action


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    On Thursday 13 April 2017 Matthew Haw and Karen Spears of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed as administrators of Dyslexia Institute Limited t/a Dyslexia Action. Please contact RSM with any queries regarding assessments booked with Dyslexia Action prior to this date. Dyslexia Action Training, Shop and Guild will continue to operate as normal. Please note: Dyslexia Action will no longer be providing assessment services. If you are seeking an assessment for you or for your child, you

    27 Silverwell Street, BL1 1PP
    (03003) 038357 bolton@dyslexiaaction.org.uk

  5. Dyspraxia Foundation


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    The Dyspraxia Foundation is a national, registered charity with its administrative and fundraising centre in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Founded in 1987, it is financed entirely by membership subscriptions and private donations. The Foundation acts as a resource and information centre for those wishing to learn more about dyspraxia, its diagnosis and treatment. The Foundation operates a telephone help line, publishes information on dyspraxia, maintains a website with useful information, organises

    8 West Alley, SG5 1EG
    (01462) 455016 dyspraxia@dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk

  6. Emmaus Bolton


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    We offer a place to live to people who have been homeless and are willing to help in the recycling business we run from the Community at Derby Barracks in Bolton. Our aim is to become self-sufficient financially as soon as possible, by collecting and selling donated furniture and household goods and eventually other business ventures will be incorporated. Type of service: Advice and Guidance, Long Term Accommodation Who is it for: Age Range: 21-65 Circumstances: Homeless How to access this

    Fletcher Street, BL3 6NF
    (01204) 398056 tonys@emmausbolton.org.uk

  7. Endeavour - Paws for Kids


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    Bespoke Support Services for people escaping and recovering from Domestic Abuse: Safe Haven - Home based support for people recovering from domestic violence and abuse.Independent Domestic Abuse Advocacy (IDVA)- service for high risk victims including Sexual Violence and BME specialist advocacy.Young Persons advise (YPDVAS) - support for 16 to 20 yrsPet Service - Pet fostering for pets belonging to victims needing temporary accommodation. Type of service: Advice and Guidance, Support

    26 Chorley New Road, BL1 4AP
    (01204) 394842 safehaven@pawsforkids.org.uk

  8. Family Fund


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    Family Fund is the UK’s largest grant giving charity for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people. We can help with a wide range of grants including family breaks, computers, tablets, furniture, bedding, outdoor play equipment, kitchen appliances and clothing.

    4 Alpha Court, YO32 9WN
    (01904) 550055 info@familyfund.org.uk

  9. Family Support Services - Together Trust

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    Together Trust provides a range of Special Educational Needs and Therapy services to enable families caring for children and young people with complex conditions, including autism and learning difficulties to get the help they need at specific times. The services offer practical solutions, help and support to ensure that families, children and young people get the best from their school and home life. We provide: Autism support Sleep support Therapy services Disagreement resolution Our

    Schools Hill, SK8 1JE
    (01612) 834848 enquiries@togethertrust.org.uk

  10. Farnworth and Kearsley Foodbank


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    Part of the Trussell Trust network of foodbanks, working in partnership with local churches. We work with frontline care professionals in the local community to provide emergency food to people going through crisis situations. Upon receipt of a voucher from a care professional - such as money advisors, social workers, doctors or the Citizens Advice Bureau among others - people living in Farnworth, Kearsley and some areas of Little Hulton, can get 3 days worth of emergency food from our centre,

    Trafford Street, BL4 7PQ
    (01204) 861671 info@farnworthkearsley.foodbank.org.uk



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