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Living Made Easy

Living Made Easy showcases a wide range of equipment for independent living. They provide equipment for: mobility transport clothing dressing aids leisure monitoring and personal locators households assistive communication
Applicable age ranges: 25 plus years, Parents and carers, 17 to 24 years, 11 to 16 years, 5 to 10 years, 0 to 4 years
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London for Fun

London for Fun provides a list of London attractions and sights for people with disabilities.
Applicable age ranges: 25 plus years, Parents and carers, 17 to 24 years, 11 to 16 years, 5 to 10 years
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London Futures Sutton

London Futures is an employability programme using sport and specialised mentoring to improve career aspirations and community integration. The service is for young adults aged 18 to 25 with learning…
The Cricket CentrePlough LaneWallingtomSurreySM6 8JQ
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Lord Taverners and Surrey Cricket -Super 1's Disability Cricket programme

Tuesday - 4:00-5:15pm
Croydon super 1's cricket are looking for students aged between 11-25years  come along and try some cricket out indoor sports centre  learn new skills  make new friends play cricket in…
100High StreetThornton HeathCR7 8LF
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Macular Disease Society

The society supports people with macular disease, the biggest cause of sight loss in the UK. The provide: advice and information counselling local support groups telephone befriending skills for seeing…
Applicable age ranges: 25 plus years, Parents and carers
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Make a Wish Foundation UK

The foundation grants the wishes of children, aged 3 to 18, who live with life threatening or limiting illnesses. Some of the wishes they've granted include: starring in their own…
Applicable age ranges: Parents and carers, 11 to 16 years, 5 to 10 years, 0 to 4 years
329-331 London RoadCamberleyGU15 3HQ
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Makers of Stuff Squad (MOSS): art group

MOSS is a collective of adult artists in Croydon who live with learning disabilities. The group formed in 2009.  The group meet for weekly 2-hour sessions at Turf Projects to…
46-47Whitgift Centre (Lower Level Trinity Court)CroydonCR0 1UQ
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Manor Of Fun Youth Club

Mondays 3pm to 5:30pm
This afternoon youth club provides social and informal education for young people with disabilities, learning difficulties and additional needs. Provided and funded by Croydon's 0 to 25 SEND Service.
Applicable age ranges: 17 to 24 years, 11 to 16 years, 5 to 10 years
Ecclesbourne RoadThornton HeathCR7 7BN
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Matthews Friends: dietary treatments for epilepsy

Matthews Friends is a charity that Ketogenic dietary treatments for people with epilepsy. They provide: support for patients, families and professionals training research grants to develop Ketogenic services support systems…
Applicable age ranges: 25 plus years, Parents and carers, 17 to 24 years, 11 to 16 years, 5 to 10 years, 0 to 4 years
Matthew’s Friends Charity & ClinicsSt. Piers LaneLingfieldSurreyRH7 6PW
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Meridian High School (The Spectrum)

Meridian High School's Enhanced Learning Provision (ELP) supports pupils , aged 11 to 16, with autism. Admission to this school is through Croydon Council’s SEN team.
Applicable age ranges: 11 to 16 years
Meridian High SchoolFairchildes AvenueNew AddingtonCroydonCR0 0AH

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