To give support to people suffering from diabetes and their families. To raise awareness of diabeties in the community. To further group members knowledge of the possible complications by having specialist speakers at monthly meetings.
17 Hastings RoadWaterlooMerseysideL22 6QS
To introduce activities to deaf, deaf blind, hard of hearing and hearing people. To reduce frustration and isolation. To improve quality of life and communication skills. Tuesday morning club: 10.00am-12.00pm (weekly) Friday evening club: SIGHT RIGHT from 7.30pm (fortnightly) Saturday morning club: 11.00am-1.00pm (fortnightly) …
Southport Centre For The Deaf,19a Stanley StreetSouthportMerseysidePR9 0BY
The aim of the group is to give help & support and advice to people with Macular Degeneration. We hold a support desk every Thursday from 10am - 12pm, 1pm - 3pm in the One Stop Shop, Cambridge Arcade, Southport, for help and advice. We…
77 Motherwell CrescentSouthportMerseysidePR8 5LT
The Adults at risk team is a liaison service for adults who have additional needs and may be at risk when using the Trust’s services. The role of the team is to support patients and carers through the hospital system more smoothly. Often by making…
We are a resource and social centre for the blind and visually impaired, who are dedicated to providing a service for the blind and partially sighted people of Southport. We are conveniently situated in the centre of town near to the railway station, and bus stops are…
Centre For The Blind,22 Wright StreetSouthportMerseysidePR9 0TL
Supporting children 0-18 yrs with type 1 diabetes in Southport, Formby & Ormskirk. Fun, support and education.
78 Hawkshead StreetSouthportMerseysidePR9 9BZ
The STN provides weekly recordings of local news taken from local newspapers to the blind and partially sighted and or disabled. This is a free service to all listeners.
8 Windermere CrescentSouthportMerseysidePR8 3QS
Christian literature, fellowship and personal support for visually impaired people. Meetings held the first Saturday of each month.
Canning Road Evangelical Church,Canning RoadSouthportMerseysidePR9 7SS
Speech and Language Therapist works with children who may need help: Listening and following instructions. Playing and talking with other children. Understanding what people say to them. Saying sounds and talking clearly. Using words in sentences. Eating and drinking.
The relief of persons who have Spina Bifida and/or hydrocephalus or allied or related disorders who are resident in Preston, Southport & Blackburn.
Rose Lea,Nixon LaneLeylandPrestonLancashirePR26 8LY
The Spinal Injuries Association is the leading charity for spinal cord injured people and all those concerned with their well being. Established in 1974, with HRH Princess Royal as its patron, SIA offers information, advice and on-going support to spinal cord injured people on all…
SIA House,2 Trueman PlaceOldbrookMilton KeynesMK6 2HH
Spinal Muscular Atrophy Support UK offers free information and support, via phone and email, to anyone diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), their family members or friends, health and other professionals in the UK. We do not provide medical advice but we can answer your…
40 Cygnet Court,Timothy's Bridge RoadStratford-upon-avonWarwickshireCV37 9NW
Church of England parish church with extensive community involvement. Litherland Church & Community Partnership (LCCP), Rainbow toddler group, Tea dance, Woodland garden for schools, Deaf and hard-of-hearing clubs.
St. Phillips Vicarage,Orrell RoadLitherlandMerseysideL21 8NG
STEPS is a national charity providing support, information and practical advice to anyone affected by clubfoot/talipes, hip dysplasia and other lower limb conditions. They provide an online discussion forum on their website and also provide a Family Contact Service where they can put individuals/families in…
Wright HouseCrouchley LaneLymmCheshireWA13 0AS
The Stroke Association voluntary led art group is an informal and friendly group of stroke survivors who meet weekly to learn about art or just meet up to receive peer support. There is a beginners art class and a self supporting group. They also hold…
Old Roan Baptist Church,Aintree CourtAintreeMerseysideL10 2JD
The service aims to help people who have communication problems following stroke and to support their carers. Volunteers provide support through home visits, weekly groups and social activities. Regular carers meetings are also held.
St. James House,Pendleton WaySalfordLancashireM6 5FW
We donate funds to children suffering from arthritis, scoliosis, brittle bone disease, bone cancer and all other conditions of the bone. Applicants must be under the age of 21. We provide grants for medical equipment, wheelchairs, computers & software, respite breaks at our holiday homes,…
Unit B9 Seedbed Centre,Davidson WayRomfordEssexRM7 0AZ
Sunny Days Children's Fund is a national registered charity which raises funds to help children under the age of 18 years with a wide range of adverse medical conditions including Leukaemia, Cerebral Palsy, the Deaf and Blind, Terminal Illnesses, and all other life hindering conditions.…
4 Cressing RoadBraintreeEssexCM7 3PP
SWAN stands for Syndrome Without a Name. It is a term used to describe disabled children who are thought to have a genetic syndrome or condition that doctors have so far been unable to identify. Many of these children have had lots of tests including…
Unit 4d, Leroy House,436 Essex RoadLondonN1 3QP
Tired Out is Family Fund's sleep support hub for families raising disabled and seriously ill children to find help and information about sleep issues. The hub is a website and was created by Family Fund in partnership with charities such as Scope, National Autistic Society and…