Find and choose the right services


8 Bells for Mental Health
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Supporting people affected by mental health issues.

07768 707 646

A helpline and referral service providing information to anyone affected by pre-eclampsia including friends and family of those affected.

01386 761 848

Helps people affected by dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Their designed products provide an age appropriate activity resource for people with dementia, their families and carers.

0203 701 6779

Offers individual advice and help but also offers support to those closest to the individual with alcohol problems.

020 7251 5860
020 7251 5890

Access to addiction support in the Lambourn area is growing. Asking for help can be hard, but no-one needs to be alone with their problem.

0800 6300 443

Provides information, local support groups and helplines for anyone affected by someone else’s substance use.

0845 388 3853
Adult Dyslexia Centre
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Offer full assessments for adults and children, advice and awareness training.

01628 670 054 / 07921022589
Adult Hearing Service
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Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’s Adult Hearing Service is part of their Hearing and Balance services.

We test your hearing and if we think you need a hearing aid(s) we will fit it too. We’ll also support you to manage your hearing loss by advising you on listening tactics and equipment and products that can make your life easier.

To be referred to us you need to see your GP or ear, nose and throat specialist.

We are an Any Qualified Provider of adult hearing care. This means if you are aged 55 or over and live or work in Berkshire you can choose our service for hearing care.

Contact details

Our main base is:
King Edward VII Hospital , St Leonard

01753 636222
Age UK

Offers a bereavement guide that includes quotes and stories from other people who have gone through a bereavement plus some useful information on things like registering the death and arranging a funeral.

0800 169 6565
Age UK

Provides information and advice on all aspects of dementia.

0800 169 6565