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  1. St. Margaret's Support Groups

    St. Margaret’s Hospice drop-in support is open to anyone affected by a life-limiting illness - patients, family, friends and carers. We offer a listening ear, information and help to sign-post to other services.  Just call in - there is no need to book....

  2. Mendip Communication Support Services

    From: The Stroke Association

    Mendip CSS offers 2 Communication Support Groups, one held in Frome and one held in Wells, as well as Carer Support, occasional Home Visits and Stroke Support for people of Working Age. Bethaie Hall. Mobile: 07717275782. Email: beth.hall@stroke.org.uk

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    Childcare providers Schools Activities Colleges Leisure Centres Libraries Care and support at home Carers Equipment and home maintenance Health and wellbeing Housing Options Information, advice and advocacy Keeping Safe Transport Support groups Preparation...

    • Caring for someone with a health condition

      If you care for someone with a health condition, you may want to find out more about their condition. Please see the links below. There are also lots of organisations and support groups you can talk with, for example,Somerset Carers Network - carers'...

      • Bipolar UK Support Services

        From: Bipolar UK

        Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals affected by bipolar. We have a range of support options thast are all free to access. Link Mentoring Service: The Link Mentoring Service provides telephone mentoring sessions for individuals...

      • Self-Help Support Group

        From: Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association

        SWEDA runs a Self Help Support Group for those affected by eating disorders. The sessions take place in our comfortable meeting room at The Coach House, in Shepton Mallet. SWEDA has always recognised the value of peer support – people coming together...

      • Community Activities

        From: Heather at Home

        Support and advise to access local community activities.  This could be simply providing information of local groups or providing transport and support to attend groups.

      • Life after a stroke

        If you have been admitted to hospital, Health and Social Care services will work with you so that you can be discharged as soon as you are well enough. This could be to a community hospital that specialises in support for people who have suffered a stroke,...

        • Help in an emergency

          Services and support are available in an emergency. There is information about the out of hours service on the Council's Social Care out of hours contact page. There is a list of useful numbers that might be helpful in an emergency. We also have information...

          • Carers training

            Moving or lifting someone who is disabled or frail could cause an injury if it is not done properly. Carers training courses can help you with that. Somerset Carers Network runs courses for people who care for someone with mental health problems. Support...

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