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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...

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The Deaf Centre, 32b Railway Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NF

The School OT

Around 30% of children have sleep difficulties. This includes difficulties in settling with disruptive behaviour at bedtime, waking in the night and disturbing the sleep of other family members, and sharing a bed with parents. As a Paediatric Occupational Therapist and Certified Sleep Practitioner, I...

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Crowland, PE6 0DJ

The Nurture Project

Horticultural Therapy uses plants and gardens to improve physical and mental health, as well as communication and thinking skills.It uses the garden as a safe and secure place to develop someones ability to mix socially, make friends and learn practical skills that will help them to be...

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Kettlestone House, Kettlestone, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 0JA

ADHD Norfolk

If you are an adult with ADHD, you have possibly been struggling for most of your life. Family life is often particularly difficult when you have children, who also have the condition.A coach can work with you to take control of your life, identify your strengths and...

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ADHD Wellbeing Clinic, 5 Clarence House, Clarence Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 1HH

Surviving United

Surviving United provides separate peer support groups for both genders plus one to one peer support for survivors of Sexual, Domestic and Psychological Abuse. Groups run during the day and also the evening by trained, experienced facilitators, who are also survivors themselves. We provide hot and...

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Victim Support, 31 Market Row, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1PB

ADHD Norfolk

This is a 6 months accredited and regulated qualification by Ofqual. This is open to educational staff throughout the UK and requires an ADHD case study. The qualification can be completed through distance learning. BOOK ONLINE @ http://www.adhdnorfolk.org.uk/training-qualifications/adhd-in-education-level-3/

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Computer or Laptop, UK Wide, NR1 1AA

All Hallows Healthcare Trust

The department provides a comprehensive range rehabilitative physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Through health promotion, preventive healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation we help people to reach their full potential following injury, illness or surgery.Our Physiotherapists may use a combination of manual therapy (mobilisation and manipulation), exercise therapy, electrotherapy (ultrasound, interferential, TENS),...

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All Hallows Hospital, Station Road, Ditchingham, Bungay, Suffolk., NR35 2QL

Contact Care, Saffron Housing Trust

A Community Alarm Service: Contact Care is the provider of personal alarms for the elderly or disabled in Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex, ensuring help at the touch of a button 24/7. Call us free on 0800 9174680 to find...

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Saffron Barn, Swan Lane, Long Stratton, Norfolk, NR15 2XP

Norwich Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied (PHAB)

A social gathering, with live entertainment each week, for able bodied and disabled people. Bingo and music also available. Meets weekly at the Vauxhall Centre, Johnson Place, Norwich on Tuesdays 7 p.m - 9 p.m.There is a small membership fee...

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212 Middletons Lane, Norwich, Norfolk, NR6 5SA

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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