Companies tagged with: support
Action for Blind People is a national charity with local reach, providing practical help and support to blind and partially sighted people of all ages. We listen, we understand, we act.
An independent charity providing care and support to children and adults with autism and their families. Also to raise more autism awareness and understanding.
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.
Families' House is a charity that is all about creating a better life for children and families in Norwich and Norfolk.
A weekly Wellbeing group to learn about life coping skills. How small changes may help ease the effects of Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue and ME. Relaxation, Mindfulness, Aromatherapy, Reiki and many other therapies will be discussed. Living with a long term illness is often lonely so come along and be with others who understand. Costs £3.00
Supporting families with at least one child under five who are struggling to cope. We offer emotional and practical support through our home-visiting volunteers.
Leeway’s primary objective is to offer advice, support and information to adults and children who have or are still experiencing domestic violence.
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 which provides person-centred holistic support and care to people in Norfolk who are experiencing distress or have difficulties living independently.
MSTCN is a registered charity providing services, information and support to all those affected by a long term neurological condition.
Music Mirrors: toolkits of sound and music for memory.
The NHS Complaints Advocacy service is here to help you if you are unhappy with the service you have received from the NHS
The Group plays a vital role in fulfilling Coeliac-UK’s aim of improving the lives of people with coeliac disease and associated conditions.
We offer one to one and group support to those who have lost someone close to them to suicide