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Advice about support for adults available in Newbury

Autism Berkshire’s CEO, Jane Stanford-Beale, will be joining Graft Thames Valley, the Community Mental Health Team for West Berkshire and Sport in Mind at their monthly outreach advice session at Broadway House in Newbury this Friday, January 19.

Jane will be available from noon to 1.30pm to advise autistic adults about how the Berkshire Adult Autism Support Service can help them – if you are able to, please email in advance so she knows to expect you, or drop in.

Staff from the other organisations will be available at the town centre venue, which is in The Broadway, from 10am to 1.30pm.

Graft helps people with disabilities and from disadvantaged backgrounds to get ready for and find work. Advice is available for anyone thinking about getting a job or returning to work, including help with CVs, jobs searching and applications and interviews, and for those who are in work but are struggling to hold on to a job.

If you have any questions, or would like to make an appointment to get advice from Graft at these sessions in Newbury, email or call 07483 341353.

Click here for more information about the employment support provided to people in Berkshire by Graft, which is based in Reading.

Click here for information about activities provided by Sport in Mind to help people experiencing mental health problems.

Click here for information about Berkshire Healthcare NHS Trust’s community mental health team.