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Bereavement Services in Bradford District
Extract of PDF text: Carers’ Resource is a charitable company limited by guarantee. Registered Charity No. 1049278 Company registered in England No 3054273. Registered Office: 11 North Park Road, Harrogate. HG1 5PD 1 BS(B) 02.18 Bereavement Services in Bradford District All organisations accept self referrals or contact by a professional. Bereavement Care@Cornerstone, Great Horton…
RADAR National Key Scheme in Airedale, Bradford and Craven
Extract of PDF text: 1 NKS (BAC) 11.18 RADAR National Key Scheme (Bradford, Airedale and Craven areas) The Radar National Key Scheme offers independent access for disabled people to over 9,000 locked public toilets across the UK. Keys cost £4.50 including postage from Disability Rights UK. Disability Rights UK, Tel: 0203 687 0790 www.disabilityrightsuk.org/shop/official-and-only-genuine-radar-key…
Support for Parent Carers in Bradford and Airedale
Extract of PDF text: 1 SPC(B&A)1.18 /09.16 Support for parent carers in the Bradford District This factsheet lists local groups and contacts offering support to parents and carers of a child or young person with special educational needs and/or a disability (SEND). Please check the exact dates and times of activities with the local…
Wheelchair Loan in Airedale and Craven
Extract of PDF text: 1 WL(A&C 02.18 Wheelchair loan/hire in Airedale and Craven When someone needs a wheelchair because of an illness or disability, it can be difficult to know where to find appropriate help. People with serious long-term conditions are entitled to a wheelchair, provided free of charge by the National Health Service…