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High Oaks

High Oaks is a small, independent home for over 18's, including over 65's, with mental health needs including those who also have associated learning disabilities.The home is set in a spacious and peaceful location near Diss, south Norfolk.Our dedicated core team, led by experienced Registered Mental...

Mental health

High Oaks, Rectory Road (Hall Green), Gissing, Diss, Norfolk, IP22 5UU


Oak Trees Respite facility offers short stays from one night to three weeks for adults with a learning difficulty, allowing their main carers or families to have a break.During their stay, guests have the opportunity to make new friends, the chance to try new things and...

Respite care

Oak Trees, 26 Norfolk Drive, Attleborough, Norfolk, NR17 1QW

Purely Care

Purely Care provides home care services for elderly and disabled people, to enable them to remain living at home. Daily home care visits are provided in Norwich and Live-in carers are available all over Norfolk and extending into Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.Our friendly and reliable care workers...

Help at home

Purely Care, The Old Corner Shop, 26 Cromer Road, Norwich, NR6 6LZ

Alpha Inclusion Inclusion provides a flexible service to meet the inclusion needs of families, schools and organisations working with children and young people.We offer a range of solutions:Family solutions - advice and practical solutions to support families of students with complex needs including social communication difficulties. We offer workshops...

Autism and asperger syndrome

Alpha Incluision & Communication, Suite 9b, Keswick Hall, Norwich, NR4 6TJ

Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones is a small, vibrant charity for adults with learning disabilities. Our aim is to enrich lives by building skills, independence and making informed choices. We think it's important for everyone to be able to take part in and make a contribution to the world around...

Physical and/or learning disability

Stepping Stones, 52 Magdalen Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 4AQ


Shine provides a range of services and activities for children and young people with additional needs or disabilities and their families. We provide the highest quality expert care in a fun and welcoming environment. Children and young people come to Shine to try new experiences and...

Respite care

The Alpha Centre, Alpha Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 0LG

Special Me Group

The Special Me Group provides a fun way to learn about Jesus and God.At each session there is Bible study and various activities, including drama, craft, singing, puppets and worship. Occasionally we have a social time or outing together.Some activities are in small groups; some are...

Faith groups

Newton Flotman Primary School, School Road, Newton Flotman, Norwich, Norfolk, NR15 1PR

Mid-Suffolk HOPS

HOPS is a specialist service provider for children and young people with physical, sensory and servere learning disabilities, and is a short breaks provider for both Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils. Based in Thorndon, near Eye in Suffolk, we run activity sessions during school half term holidays,...

Out-of-school clubs and holiday playschemes

Settles House,Stoke Road, Thorndon, Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7JG

Occupational Therapy Norfolk

Independent Occupational Therapy service offering a wide range of private Occupational Therapy Services, to individuals and organisations, in Norfolk and the surrounding area. Services include: Housing and Neurology specialist services. Disability assessment. Advice on living with a disability. Rehabilitation, reablement and treatment programmes. Advice on equipment...


OT Norfolk, 12 Thornham Road, NR7 8HU


Elklan can train you to improve children's communication skills.Elklan training courses are written by Speech and Language Therapists to give adults an introduction to communication in children and young people. School and nursery staff, parents and carers can all gain knowledge and skills that will significantly help...

Speech therapy

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