All about Government help with childcare costs, including 15 to 30 hours free childcare, Tax-Free Childcare, tax credits, Universal Credit, vouchers and support.
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:
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
Provides free impartial information and advice to help parents make informed choices about child maitenance
0800 988 0988
Information and advice for people looking to get support and help after a separation
Autism Berkshire is the county’s leading autism charity, offering a wide range of services to support individuals and families living with autism.
As part of the SPACE project, we deliver the following services for Slough residents:
- Appointments for benefits advice for autistic people and their families with our expert adviser Kevin Jackson at the Shelter office at 27 Church Street, Slough. To make an appointment (these normally take place on Fridays), please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01189 594 594.
- The Hidden Pearls social group for autistic adults, which meets fortnightly on Tuesday evenings at the Earl of Cornwall pub, in Cippenham Lane, from 7pm to 9pm. For more information about the group and its activities, contact the co-ordinator, Sarah Brown, by email at email@example.com, call 01189 594 594 or see our website at the address below.
Advice about autism is available by calling our Helpline service on 01189 594 594 between 10am and 1pm on weekdays or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and from our Home Visiting Service, which provides advice to families in their own home – contact us to make an appointment.
We also run regular training workshops in Slough for parents and carers, offering advice about a range of topics and a support group, which gives an opportunity to hear from guest speakers, ask questions and share experiences with other parents and carers in a friendly and informal setting.
Courses for autistic adults about social and life skills are also available.
Helpine Monday to Friday 10am to 1pm