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West Norfolk Deaf Association
Helps anyone with any form of hearing loss, with information, support and advice. No charge is made. Maintenance, batteries and help with NHS Hearing Aids - Advice and Advocacy delivered in British Sign Language.Meeting rooms available to hire.Activities for children...
The Deaf Centre, 32b Railway Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NF
Carers Trust Norfolk
Carers Trust Norfolk provide trained care support workers to take over caring duties to enable family carer to have a break. The main adult service can be purchased using Direct Payments, Personal Budgets or Private Funding. The children’s service is...
BPAS British Pregnancy Advisory Service - Termination of Pregnancy Service (ToPS)
British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) supports thousands of women with abortion treatment every year.BPAS is the UK's leading abortion care charity - specialists in safe, confidential, high-quality abortion treatment for over 45 years. 96% of the women we see have...
BUILD is a Norfolk based independent charity providing social, leisure and learning opportunities to people with sensory, physical or learning disabilities over the age of 16.BUILD offers a range of services including our Community Activities Programme of weekday evening and...
Church House, Church Alley, Redwell Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 4SN
Mencap (Lowestoft and District)
Community social centre, open 7 days a week for people with learning disabilities and their carers.We offer free activities as well as some with low cost, including art, music, dance, computer gaming and board/card games. We are a listening ear...
The Unity Centre, 6 Milton Road East, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 1NT
Connects & Co
Connects and Co is a charity that supports children and young people living in a caring role or those who are affected by the illness of a family member who maybe suffering from a learning or physical disability, terminal or...
Dereham Access Group
Dereham and District Access Group is a pressure group of disabled people who work to improve access to all aspects of life in and around Dereham. The Access group meets every three months at Flagship, Station Road, Dereham. Please contact...
4 Harold Whitby Close, Dereham, Norfolk, NR19 2UY
DIAL - Great Yarmouth
DIAL is an independent charity offering free confidential information and advice to disabled and vulnerable people across the Borough and surrounding parishes. DIAL also provides a free money and debt counselling service which is available to anyone who is facing...
Kingside 26 - 27 Kings Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2NZ
Disabled Motoring UK
Disabled Motoring UK is a membership charity for disabled drivers, passengers and Blue Badge holders, which also provides a mobility information service to the general public where we can give basic information and signpost to relevant organisations.Our members receive access...
National Headquarters and Registered Office, Ashwellthorpe, Norwich, Norfolk, NR16 1EX
Africa Health Organisation (AHO)
Drop-in sessions: advice and referrals that support patients receiving treatment and management of illness. Providing information, advice and guidance and health promotion and awareness, HIV/AIDS, sexual health, maternal health, disability.We also support patients to access services offered by the medical,...
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