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Our Vision

Parkside’s aim as a charity is to give both children and adults the opportunity to develop their individual skills and take part in activities within the local community.  Needs can vary from requiring support to socialise with friends, to participating in leisure activities, meeting new people, developing life skills, work experience opportunities and providing respite for other family members.  By reaching out into the community, Parkside aims to develop and strengthen its links with local people and organisations, creating opportunities for everyone to be involved and included.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide support to all children and adults with learning disabilities and any associated special needs by actively involving them, their families, and circles of support in creating and developing services.
We will always listen to our service users and provide innovative and progressive services which reflect personal needs and wishes.
Our challenge is to always respond proactively to changing circumstances.

Since we first opened our doors in 1963 we have helped hundreds of families in the local community. Through the active support of our trustees, volunteers and fundraisers, we hope to continue the service for years to come.

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Data Privacy Notice

Parkside (Aldershot & District Learning Disability) is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998.  We are the Data Controller of personal information that we collect to assure the safe delivery of our work and best meet the needs of service users and staff

The personal information you provide is passed to the relevant government agencies that fund part or all of support packages this is to enable those organisations to fulfil their statutory obligations. These organisations are registered as data controllers with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office

At no time will your personal information be passed to organisations for marketing or sales purposes. The government funding bodies and their partners may wish to contact you from time to time in respect of surveys and research to monitor performance, improve quality and plan future provision

Please be aware that signing care plans and club memberships gives Parkside (Aldershot & District Learning Disability) consent to hold and use the personal information about you as stated above and specified in the notification to the ICO Information Commissioners Office for the charity. Full details of details we hold and for what purposes can be obtained by the Data Protection Officer

New! Ownership of the personal data ref Covid 19 Testing