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Tavistock and Portman NHS (council of governors: Rest of England and Wales )
I'm interested to make connections on 2 levels
:As a member of council of governors, Tavistock & Portman NHS as a mental health and wellbeing
And as an individual private practitioner - Arts psychotherapist.
Supporting people affected by mental health issues.
A local charity which works with schools to help raise literacy standards. We recruit, train and offer continuing support to volunteers who provide mentoring help to Berkshire primary school children who are struggling with reading and lack confidence.
Offers the full range of care whoever and wherever you are, just as we would if you were our own family. Whether you are old, young, disabled, perfectly fit, mentally agile or fragile or whether you are the family and require respite or a holiday, AbiCare can help you.
Able Active Friends Mortimer has been commissioned by West Berkshire PCT in response to changes in community care, providing a mobile day service for lonely, isolated older people living in Mortimer and surrounding areas.
The group is run by Woodley Age Concern, a locally based charity specialising in care and running activity clubs for older people.
An Access to Work grant helps pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition so you can:
stay in work
start your own business
How much you get depends on your circumstances. The money doesn’t have to be paid back and will not affect your other benefits. There is no set amount for an Access to Work grant. How much you get depends on your circumstances.
Whether you have just been diagnosed or have a long-term eye condition we offer a range of services to help living with sight loss.
Provides help for parent carers of disabled children under the age of 18.
Action for Children supports and speaks out for the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children and young people.
Action for ME is an organisation led by people with ME for people with ME.
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