Learning disability groups in Devon and Cornwall

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  • Living Options Devon

    Living Options Devon

    Haven Advocacy provides a service to support people with a learning disability to access health and social care services that they need. Trained advocates empower people to have a voice; working alongside them to go to meetings, know their rights and make informed choices

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 459222 or SMS: 07958 517919

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  • Cornwall People First

    Cornwall People First

    Adults with Learning Disabilities
    If you are an adult with a learning disability and have been a victim of any crime, Our victim support workers can help you to find ways to cope with what has happened to you and move on.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07811263845

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  • St Loye's Foundation

    St Loye's Foundation

    Care and Support Services
    St Loye’s Foundation provides local care support services for people throughout Devon. Whatever support you need to help you live life the way you choose – whether it’s for just a couple of hours a week, or 24 hours a day – our team will be happy to work with you. We provide support to adults across Devon with autistic spectrum disorders, learning disabilities and/or mental health concerns. We believe in listening to the people we support and empowering individuals to make their own choices about how they live their lives, from finding a job to where they live. Our Services can be funded privately, by using a direct payment or if eligible by Devon County Council.

    Call: 01392 255428

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  • Headway Devon

    Headway Devon

    Thinking and learning difficulties as a result of brain injury
    The effects of brain injury are far-reaching and can include complex thinking and learning difficulites, such as memory loss, confusion and difficulty processing information. Headway Devon is able to provide support and information to help people learn to cope with these difficulties.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 211822

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  • Devon People First

    Devon People First

    Devon People First, supporting and helping adults with learning disabilities to speak up.
    Devon People First is a peer advocacy organisation, this means we are run by people with learning disabilities. We have very experienced support staff that help us support other people with learning disabilities to speak up about what is important to them.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07702193487

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  • The Zone

    The Zone

    Support for young people
    We offer free and confidential support on a one to one basis to young people aged 13 - 25. Our drop in is open Monday to Friday between 12pm - 5pm. There's no need to make an appointment.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01752 206626

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  • The Zito Partnership

    The Zito Partnership

    Learning disability groups: Psychological, Practical and Logistical support
    The Zito Partnership will provide information and advice to enable people to cope and recover from their experience. In practice, this work involves responding to requests for help and information on a wide range of matters. Predominantly this means the process that families and others are exposed to in the case of homicide, suicide, violent crime, and severe harm.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07518 146034

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  • Stop Hate UK

    Stop Hate UK

    Disability Hate Crime
    Service users will be able to talk to trained Helpline Operators who can have a conversation about the issues they are facing to identify help and support that may help them cope and recover from the issues they are facing Service users will receive the support of our telephone based advocacy service to help them through their journey of recovery

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0800 138 1625

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  • Safer Stronger Consortium

    Safer Stronger Consortium

    Do you have a learning difficulties?
    In Cornwall SSC has a number of members who offer help and support to people with learning difficulties to help cope and recover from the effects of crime these include; CASS, Victim Support, Cornwall Dyslexia Association, BF Adventure, The Dracaena Centre, White Gold, and Konnect Cornwall. You can identify them by the Safer Stronger Logo. To be referred to them please contact the SSC Coordinator.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07949 455 443

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  • United Response Supported Employment

    United Response Supported Employment

    Cornwall Supported Employment
    If you have a disability, learning difficulty or disability, Asperger's or autism, we can support and train you to progress towards paid or voluntary work. With 1-2-1 help from a trained Job Coach you will learn how to use your skills to find the job you want, gain valuable work experience from a supportive employer, learn how to independently travel by bus or train, write a CV and cover letter and how to apply for jobs and attend interviews.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01872 250150

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  • Equus Solutions

    Equus Solutions

    EQUUS SOLUTIONS Learning disability groups
    Equus Solutions runs programs of theraputic equine activities and riding lessons for those with ASC and other Physical and Learning Difficulties. These activities can help improve: social interaction, communication, motor skills (co-ordination), physical fitness, balance, flexibility & sensitivity to external stimulus. Ground work activities like grooming enables clients to develop new skills and confidence, increased awareness of themselves and others.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01736711508

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  • The National Autistic Society

    The National Autistic Society

    Education can do a lot to improve the long-term opportunities of people with autism.
    The National Autistic Society believes that children and young people with autism and Asperger syndrome are entitled to extra help in early years settings, school, college and university – as well as at times of transition, when they move from one education setting to another - and offers a range of advice and support to those who need it.

    Call: 0808 800 4104 Monday - Friday 10am-4pm

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  • BF Adventure

    BF Adventure

    Support for people who have a learning difficulty or disability and their families
    Everyone is welcome at BF Adventure and we will do our best to make sure that everyone has a rewarding experience and that the service we offer meets your needs. We work with individuals, groups and families and we can provide additional, experienced, support for those with physical and learning disabilities through the includer network. Our activities are fully accessible and our staff team are skilled in enabling everyone to get the most out of the activities and in inspiring achievement.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01326 340912

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  • Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Have learning disablities? And...?
    At Konnect we have experience in working with people with learning difficulties and in helping them to progress by believing in what they can achieve and motivating them to attain in areas they previously felt unable to master. If necessary we will Konnect with other specialist provisions to enhance the service we provide.

    Call: 01736 339277

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  • RJ Working   Healing the Harm

    RJ Working Healing the Harm

    Facilitating safe and supported communications
    RJ Working is committed to making restorative practices available for any member of the community

    Call: 07969 201334

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  • Devon Link Up

    Speaking Up groups and support
    Devon Link Up has regular speaking up groups where people can get together and talk about things they are interested in. We also offer social activities so that people can keep in touch with friends and have fun. Our drop in sessions provide an opportunity for people to talk on an informal basis with others and to raise any concerns they may have.

    Call: 07808053992

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Talk to the Victim Care Unit

Call: 01392 475900


I do not want to report the crime to the police but I still want support

Call: 0300 3030 554

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