excellent website with simple guides for PIP and ESA Calculations
All about Government help with childcare costs, including 15 to 30 hours free childcare, Tax-Free Childcare, tax credits, Universal Credit, vouchers and support.
Slough Advice Centre is a part of the Slough Prevention Alliance Community Engagement (SPACE) collaboration). We operate out of the old Slough Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and Shelter building at 27 Church Street and providing a wide range of information and advice services for all citizens of Slough.
FirstStop Advice is an independent, impartial and free service offering advice and information to older people, their families and carers about housing and care options for later life. The service is provided by Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) in partnership with a number of other national and local organisations, and brings together a wealth of expertise to help older people explore the options and choices open to them. We can provide specialist help on any aspect of care, support or housing for elderly people, including financial issues as well as statutory rights and entitlements. A growing network of affiliated FirstStop Local services bring additional local knowledge, and in many cases can offer face-to-face advice including home visits. It is therefore our aim to now work closely with national and local partners who want to further develop the FirstStop model.
Money Advice Service’s Online Money Manager is an interactive tool that offers personalised advice, on making the most of your money while you’re on Universal Credit. It offers help and advice on a range of money topics, including opening a bank account, keeping on top of bills and dealing with debt.
The Get Active programme runs a large variety of sport and physical activity sessions. There are activities available for everyone, different age groups, gender and ability. You can come and join at anytime, try out new activities and socialise with others. We constantly adjust the timetable, add new sessions so the community receives variety of physical activities:
Providing community based support services for aged 18+ adults in Slough, offering successful and lasting routes out of social exclusion and homelessness. We will work with you to support and solve problems related to your home or tenancy that may lead to the loss of your home. We will work with you to improve your situation, to be more confident and independent.
01753 571 324
Advocacy in Slough is a free , confidential service provided by independent organisations, working in partnership to provide a range of independent advocacy services to residents of Slough.
Advocacy is taking action to help people say what they want , secure their rights, represent their interests and obtain services they need.
Advocacy in Slough provide the following types of Advocacy:
Generic Advocacy , Care Act Advocacy, NHS complaints Advocacy , IMHA – Independent Mental Health Advocacy and from Sept 2016 IMCA – Independent Mental Health Capacity Advocacy