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SCAN (Spelthorne Committee for Access Now)
SCAN is a voluntary group, whose members are volunteers representing the views of people with disabilities on matters of accessibility to transport, the outdoor environment, buildings and facilities in Spelthorne.
We are an experienced care agency providing patients with a little extra help to remain independent and stay within their own home in the South East London, Bromley and surrounding region. Our objective is simple- to allow our clients to have a peace of mind, knowing that they have specialist care (day or night), in the comfort of their own home.
Care at Home
We provide practical advice and emotional support whenever people need them most. We do this through our Scope helpline, our online community, a range of employment and child sleep services, community engagement programmes, and more. All of our services are developed to achieve our strategy"Everyday Equality".
Scottish and South Eastern Power Distribution
People classed as vulnerable can register for additional support and services from their electricity network.
Wheels of Care
West Horsley Wheels of Care holds a weekly Scrabble Club. It is a lovely way in which to spend a couple of hours every week and the room they use provide a warm and cosy environment in which to play Scrabble. The Wheels of Care welcome you to come along and have some fun, whilst enjoying a cup of tea and a delicious piece of cake!
Spelthorne Borough Council
Scrabble Club is held on Tuesdays 10.30am-12.30pm
Seacole Healthcare provides supported accommodation for vulnerable adults with mental health needs, challenging behaviour, learning disabilities, individuals recovering from substance/alcohol misuse and other complex needs.
National Federation of Women's Institutes
The Women's Institute (WI) is a community-based organisation for women. The Seale and Sands chapter of the WI meets on the second Thursday of the month at 2.30pm at The Sands Room.
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