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  1. Compass Independent Living

    From: Compass Disability Services

    Compass Independent Living is part of Compass Disability Services, a user led organisation based in Somerset but delivering services across the Country. We provide services that support people in receipt of health and/or social care packages (Direct Payment...

  2. Headway Somerset

    Headway Somerset is a unique organisation helping people across Somerset live as independent a life as possible, following a brain injury. We provide person-centred rehabilitation and support in an environment which will facilitate personal development,...

  3. Young carers

    Young carers are children and young people who look after someone in their family who has an illness, a disability, or is affected by mental ill-health or substance misuse. Young carers often take on practical and emotional caring responsibilities that...

    • The Royal British Legion

      From: Somerset Armed Forces Covenant

      The Royal British Legion helps the whole Armed Forces community through welfare, comradeship and representation as well as being the Nation's custodian of Remembrance.  We help serving members of the Armed Forces, ex-Service men and women and their families,...

      • Counselling

        From: Somerset and Wessex Eating Disorders Association

        Counselling gives you the opportunity to explore issues around your eating disorder, and can help you work through the distress and difficulties that arise. It can give strategies for managing those feelings, and the opportunity to explore and manage...

      • Carers in Somerset

        The Council thinks of you as a carer if you give up your time without pay, to look after a family member, a friend, or a neighbour who is ill, frail or has a disability. Many people don't realise they are a carer. A parent carer is somebody that looks...

        • Carers UK - help and advice

          From: Carers UK

          We give expert advice, information and support. Caring can be extremely complicated. The maze of rights and entitlements can be complicated. Filling in paperwork can be complicated. Getting a break can be complicated. Our feelings about caring can certainly...

        • Somerset Choices Sedgemoor Community Connect Drop In - Nether Stowey

          Information and advice from Adult Social Care about the support available to you in the community.

          • PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) Support Somerset

            A local support group in Somerset for Parents & Carers of children with a firm, working or highly suspected diagnosis of PDA to chat and share. Adult PDA'ers also welcome!

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