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Action on Hearing Loss provide day to day care for people who are deaf and have additional needs. Action on Hearing Loss supply communication services and training plus practical advice to help people protect their hearing.
Merton Council offers a wide range of courses in partnership with Merton College and Richmond Adult Community College. Merton College has specialist teaching, and a support team, to work with young people and adults with a wide range of disabilities, and learning difficulties. A section of the application…
Adult Multi-Sports - Try out new activities each week. Supporting people with disability. Enjoy a variety of sports including badminton, indoor hockey and many more in a friendly and competitive environment at the YMCA.
This service supports young people with learning disabilities between the ages of 18 and 25 although it assesses young people with complex needs from age 14 onwards. Please see separate guidance on transitions from children to adult social care services. Our team includes two dedicated social…
Age UK Merton enable and support people in Merton to enjoy later life and change it for the better, to stay independent and keep doing the things they enjoy. See the Age UK Merton website for all the services and activities on offer, which include the…
Our Monday to Friday Lunch Club is a great place to meet new people and have a delicious hot meal. Our menu changes each week, but all meals are prepared using fresh ingredients (please let us know in advance if you have any dietary requirements). …
Join this fun new class at the new Morden Pool on Tuesday mornings. Run by an expert tutor, the classes can help you keep fit and healthy, ease aching joints and boost your mood and energy levels.
Aikido lessons for adults. Aikido helps with co-ordination, confidence, balance, self awareness and general wellbeing and fitness. Aikido is a fast-growing recreational activity with Japanese origins that go back many centuries.
A day centre for adults with either a physical or learning disability. A range of activities are offered within the Centre as well as connections to the wider community. The aim of the Centre is to maintain an individual's independence. There are rooms available for hire for meetings.
A social club for pensioners, including bingo, raffles, outings and holidays.
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