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  1. Mendip Communication Support Group

    From: The Stroke Association

    Support for clients with communication difficulties following a stroke (and for their families) in a local group setting with TSA staff and trained volunteers, opportunity to practice communication and gain confidence in dealing with everyday situations....

  2. Bath Stroke Support Group

    From: The Stroke Association

    What does your local stroke group offer? Opportunity to learn new skills and practise old ones Support for you, your friends and family Help in regaining your confidence after a stroke A warm welcome and a friendly face The opportunity to talk to someone...

  3. Day Services

    From: Albemarle Centre

    Our daily group support activities are available to anyone with additional support needs at any level, i.e. a learning difficulty, mental health problems behavioural challenges,  physical disabilities, autism, age related problems, social issues etc. ...

  4. 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

  5. Voyage Care Support

    From: Voyage Care

    Voyage Care provide specialist care and support to people at home and in the wider community, whether they live in their own home or with family. We support each person to do the things that are important to them and achieve their own goals. These may...

  6. The Westcountry Enabling Group

    Bespoke, tailored enabling throughout the south west. We provide support, companionship and mobility to empower an independent life at home. Some of our duties include: Shopping Paying Bills Transport   Hospital Visits Meal Preparation Housekeeping Errands...

  7. Chard & Crewkerne After Stroke Group

    From: The Stroke Association

    Chard and Crewkerne After Stroke Group welcomes membership from people affected by stroke. The club provides information and peer support; rehabilitation; and offers social and recreational activities including games, exercise, outings, talks and presentations...

  8. One to One Support

    From: Albemarle Centre

    One to one support to help you build the skills you need to achieve the level of independence you want.  Whether you live at home with family, in a group with friends or in your own flat, we can help you develop the skills you need to take charge of your...

  9. Carer Support at Home

    From: Personal Assistant - Support, Home Help and Relief Care

    I am able to support you at home: -In practical ways by taking care of housework, meal preparation and garden maintenance for example. -Relief care cover in your absence or if you would like some uninterrupted time at home. -Prepare meals, assist with...

  10. Mental Health Support

    From: Maitri Services

    Maitri Services provide one to one support to those suffering from mental health problems, such as depression or low mood, anxiety, paranoid thinking and psychosis.   It uses a range of range of advice and support, including psychological and social interventions,...

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