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Women’s Health Talk


Dr Baloch has organised a ‘Women’s Health’ Patient Education event on Tuesday 25th June at Walkden Gateway with Consultant Gynaecologist, Dr Sujata Gupta.  The talk will commence at 6pm and finish at 7pm.  The room only holds a maximum of 50 people so please phone 0161 787 7700 to book your place if interested.


 

Disability support

Disability support in Salford

Disability should not be a barrier to a fulfilling, active life. You can access everything from inclusive sports, activities and drama groups, through to help and support with SEND (special educational needs and disability).

Getting support for children and young people

Every child learns differently. If you feel your child needs extra support, find out about Salford’s Local Offer.

This gives you all the information you need about the local help available for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) and how to access it.

Salford also has plenty of groups and activities for disabled children and young people to enjoy in holiday time or after school.

 

Getting support at work

If you have a disability, Remploy can provide you with help getting into employment or support once you are in work.

You can also talk to a Disability Employment Adviser (DEA) at your local Jobcentre who can help you find a job or gain new skills and tell you about disability friendly employers in your area. You can call 0345 604 3719 to find out more.

Help in and outside the home

If you or a member of your family has a disability, you may be entitled to extra care and support arranged by your local council to help you live as normally as possible.

The council will assess your needs, offer advice and information and decide whether they will cover the cost of your care needs or if you need to make a contribution.

You could be eligible for help such as adaptations to your home, for example a stair lift or money to arrange and pay for your own care. You can also find out more about financial help available.

 

Salford Local Offer

Directory of support available in Salford for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

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Salford Autism

Eccles Old Town Hall
Church Street
Eccles
M30 0LH

0845 652 0256

Drop in/clinic days are held at Eccles Town Hall in the training room on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, 10.00am to 4.00pm. Phone lines are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We will answer 30 seconds maximum or leave a message and we will respond fast.

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Salford Community Leisure - accessible sports

Choose from different venues across Salford all offering sports and activities for those with additional needs.

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Remploy

Provides support for people with a disability looking for employment or in work.

Tel: 0300 456 8110

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Ring and Ride

20th Floor Manchester One
53 Portland Street
Manchester
M1 3LD

Tel: 0161 200 6011

Doors-to-door transport for people who struggle to use public transport, with journeys from as little as £1.

Operating times:
8am - 10.45pm (Monday - Saturday)
8am - 10.10pm (Sunday)

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Disabled Living

Tel: 0161 607 8200

Showroom and advice on home adaptations.

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Salford Talking News

Sending out free news recordings on memory sticks each week to blind, partially-sighted or otherwise reading-disabled people, throughout Salford.

0161 736 8670

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