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Age UK Norfolk celebrates age and works with older people to improve quality of life and promote independence. Information about our full range of services is available on our website.
To help people in Norwich to remain independent and maintain wellbeing in later life. Advice, volunteer support, social groups and day care for people with dementia.
An independent charity providing care and support to children and adults with autism and their families. Also to raise more autism awareness and understanding.
Beat is the UK's leading charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders or difficulties with food, weight and shape. We provide information and support.
Countywide service funded by Norfolk County Council & NHS providing free support to unpaid carers. Available to people aged 16+ caring for someone aged 18+.
FREE local talking news for blind and partially sighted people. Since 1978 we have provided this service.
Cruse provides sympathetic, compassionate and confidential bereavement support by selected, highly trained volunteers.
We provide a range of services to the Deaf Community in Norfolk, including provision of Sign language Interpreters under INTRAN. We run The Deaf Community Centre based in Norwich
EACH provides care and support to children and young poeple with life threatening conditions and their families. This includes care and support for the child, young person and their family during the child or young persons life, at time of death and support for the family in bereavement.
We unite people of all ages who face disabling barriers to get our voices heard and change things for the better. We support people through our services and activities to live more independently and have choice and control in their lives.
An active group of young people aged 14-25 who decide what we do and how we do it!
Families' House is a charity that is all about creating a better life for children and families in Norwich and Norfolk.
Parent Carer Forum (group) that exists to promote the voice of parent carers in Norfolk. We are an ever expanding number of parents all of whom have children who have special or additional needs. The broad aim of Family Voice is to improve provision and services in all areas of the lives of children with special needs.
We provide information and support services people with acquired brain injury, their families and carers promoting independence and rehabilitation.