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    Are you or a loved one faced with the seemingly unavoidable prospect of leaving the familiar surroundings of your home to move into residential care? The elderly or infirm in our society have been given very few options on how to live out their lives…
    Able Community Care provide 24 hour live-in care packages to help you remain living at home rather than moving in to residential care. Visit our website or call us for a free brochure. 
    How Action for Children works From before they are born until they are into their twenties, we help disadvantaged children across the UK. We help them through fostering or adoption – and by intervening early to stop neglect and abuse. We make life better for…
    Adfam is the national charity working to improve life for families affected by drugs and alcohol. Find information, local support groups and helplines for anyone affected by someone else’s substance use on our website.
    ADHD Norfolk recognises ADHD/ADD as a complex but easily treatable condition, which can have a profound effect on individuals, families, schools and society. We aim to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding ADHD, whilst providing support and advice for anyone affected by ADHD/ADD in…
    Development Workers support adults with physical and/or sensory disabilities to help them access services such as social opportunities, sports and leisure, volunteering or other local community activities. Development Workers also develop and support existing projects and assist with the setting up of new groups where the…
    We can offer treatment if you present with mental ill health and associated risks. You will need to contact our Access and Assessment service to be referred to us.​ You can expect psychoeducation, diagnosis and treatment for mental ill health. We provide psychological interventions including clinical psychologist assessment and…
    The Age Action Alliance is a network that brings together organisations and older people, in partnership. Drawn from civil society and the public and private sectors, it takes a positive approach to ageing and seeks practical ways to improve services and support to older people. Members…
    Age Concern members normally meet on the last Tuesday of each month in the Assembly rooms, unless they have a trip out.  Everyone is welcome, so just turn up.  They have a membership scheme which costs £5 per year
    Call in Time is a free public telephone befriending service for matching volunteers with older members of the public. Not having someone to talk to regularly can be lonely and isolating, particularly if you're used to sharing your home and time with others. A friendly,…