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Attend ABI is a service designed to support adults who have an acquired and non-progressive brain injury. It aims to support individuals and their carers to build confidence particularly through the development of new experiences and networks. The service is aimed at clients who have substantially completed their medical rehabilitation but who do not feel ready, or need additional support, to engage meaningfully with their local community.
Attend ABI is a service designed to support adults who have an acquired and non-progressive brain injury. It aims to support individuals to build confidence particularly through the development of new experiences and networks. The service is aimed at clients who have substantially completed their medical rehabilitation but who do not feel ready, or need additional support, to engage meaningfully with their local community.
Various activities on offer at several centres across the borough including Tai Chi, Badminton, Cycling, Walking, Yoga, Boxing and lots more.
We offer a variety of opportunities for adults over eighteen years old to take part in sport and physical activity, including health walks, yoga, line dancing, and zumba classes.
If you are worried about your health and want to learn how to manage your weight or get fit, one of our special programmes could help
The centre offers a variety of physical fitness programmes, computing, pottery, recovery groups, a safe space (drop in), subsidised lunches, walking group, a badminton & table tennis group, gardening and a women's group.
Office - Monday to Friday: 9am-5pm.
Drop in hours: Monday 10am - 1pm; Tuesday 10am - 1pm; Wednesday 1pm - 4pm; Thursday 1pm - 4pm; Friday 10am - 1pm
Information on Attendance Allowance; Pension Credit; free TV Licence; benefits for carers etc. provided by an Advice Team
The CAIA provides confidential independent information and advice. Our Advice Worker is available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday from 9.00am-4.00pm.
Due to high demand for our services we ask that you book an appointment with us before attending to avoid any disappointment. You can do this by calling us on 020 8992 4621. Alternatively, you can email us or make an enquiry via our contact form and we will respond at the next available opportunity.
MAIN AREAS OF ADVICE PROVIDED
Immigration Issues – OISC Level 1
National Asylum Support Services
Advocacy under the Care Act is for person’s without a diagnosed impairment
What is befriending?
Our Befriending volunteers help to combat loneliness and isolation by making regular visits to older people in their homes, providing companionship and a listening ear.
Who is the service for?
This service is open to residents of Kensington & Chelsea who are aged 55 and over. If you find it difficult to get out and about, and are on your own for long periods of time, a volunteer befriender could be right for you.
St Cuthbert's Centre, Earl's Court. Tuesdays, 12:15-3pm Cost £2.50
Lunch Club & Bingo
Ormrod Court, North Kensington. Second Tuesday of the month Lunch 12.33-2pm. Bingo 2-4pm Cost: Lunch £4
Lunch: £4. Bingo: 5 games for £1
Afternoon Tea & Bingo
Mary Smith Court, Earl's Court. First Friday of the month. 2.30-4pm Bingo: £5 games for £1
Mona Lisa Cafe, 417 King's Road. Last Friday of the month. 11-1.30pm. £8 (breakfast & 1 drink)
Our walking group meets on Fridays at 10:30am and visits a different park each week. Booking is essential so we can let you know if anything changes.