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ADHD Norfolk is a charity that is based in Norfolk and supports those affected by ADHD. We work with individuals, families, schools and other organisations to improve the lives of those with ADHD/ADD. We work to promote emotional wellbeing, educational attainment, behaviour and life prospectsand our services include Adult Coaching, ADHD-specific Parenting Programme, Bespoke ADHD Staff Training & our popular ADHD in Education Level 3 Qualification.
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.
Living Well with Arthritis Service East Anglia includes a local network of Branches and Groups offering peer support.
We know it can be a difficult time, and cancer affects us all in many ways, Big C is here for you. Big C can help with those everyday worries, questions, and stresses. From dealing with the side effects of treatment, to the financial impact of cancer, at Big C we can help you through your cancer journey with free expert support, information, and guidance.
We have Support & Information Centres in Norwich, Gt Yarmouth and King’s Lynn and Hubs in Gorleston and Cromer. There is no need to make an appointment to speak to us, simply drop in during our opening hours. If you are unable to visit a Centre or Hub in person, you can contact us via our Telephone Support Line: 0800 092 7640.
Community Action Norfolk (CAN) works to support community organisations, advocates on rural issues and develops solutions to the problems faced by community.
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
We provide information and support services people with acquired brain injury, their families and carers promoting independence and rehabilitation.
Consumer champion – independent organisation to represent the voice of the public to improve the quality of health and social care for the residents of Norfolk.
Supported accommodation provider in Norwich housing vulnerable, homeless men and women. Temporary, 'move-on' accommodation for up to 2 years.
MAP's vision is that all young people will know what it is to be valued and have the support/information needed for successful transition to adulthood
Registered charity working within music and the arts with people with disabilities and/or additional needs. Specialists in disability and creativity
The NHS Complaints Advocacy service is here to help you if you are unhappy with the service you have received from the NHS
Supporting the health & wellbeing needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Norfolk & Waveney.
To enable social inclusion and enhance quality of life for people with severe mobility problems on low incomes in Norwich and districts. We offer fully accessible mobility bus services with affordable fares, for independence, equality, safety and security so that our members are empowered to make their own contribution to their community.
Providing opportunities that make a positive difference to the lives of young people (aged 11-19) in Norfolk.