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Age UK Teesside (Head Office)

Advice and information for older people and their carers. Legal advice surgery. Lunch and social clubs, day care, activities and insurance services.

Age UK - Bournemouth

Advice and information for older people and their carers. Community Connections. Befriending. Day centre. Toe nail cutting service. Community based activities for the over 55s. Better Balance classes. Help at Home such as light cleaning, shopping, and garden maintenance. Melodies for memories.

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Disability Cambridgeshire

Information, advice and casework for people with disabilities and their carers on a range of disability issues. Subjects covered include equipment, education, training, transport, holidays, leisure, social activities. Help with benefit claims, tribunals and social services complaints. Outreach session at Addenbrooke's Hospital and Ely CAB by appointment.

Sight Concern Worcestershire

Support, advice, guidance and activities for people who are blind or partially sighted. Services include home visiting, activity clubs across the county, resource centre offering a range of activities and courses, low vision clinic and aids and equipment to enable people to maintain their independence.

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Disability First

Advice and information for people with physical disabilities, sensory impairments, learning disabilities or mental health problems. Information on disability related issues, including benefits, holidays, transport, sport and leisure, education and access. Outreach service in Fleetwood. Run by and for disabled people.

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Orkney Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre

Hyperbaric oxygen treatment, physiotherapy and dietary advice for people with MS. Qualified physiotherapist on the staff. Aromatherapy and reflexology. Volunteers provide other services, including homeopathy, advice and counselling. £5 donation requested.

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MySight York

Drop-in resource centre for blind and partially sighted people, their families and carers. Provides equipment, information, technology support, volunteer visiting service, social activities and a quarterly newsletter in large print, audio or Braille. Information and support service at York, Scarborough, Malton, Easingwold, Selby and Bridlington Hospitals. Also offers training on sight loss awareness for other organisations and businesses, and a National Lottery-funded outreach project helping visually impaired people to access groups and activities in the community.

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Age UK County Durham

Information and advice for older people and their carers on benefits, care, consumer, respite care, disability, housing rights, transport and mobility, money. Also sells a range of products designed for the over 50's e.g. life, travel car and home insurance, gas and electricity supply and funeral plans. Open 9.00 – 12.00 / 13.00 – 15.00 Monday to Friday

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Tynemouth Blind Welfare Society

Day centre which provides Midday meal available at small charge. Free transport to and from the centre. Services also available to families and friends who give support to visually impaired people. Also has 12 residential flats.

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Break

Break’s core business is the provision of children’s homes for Looked After Children in their home Local Authority. Break has seven mainstream children’s homes in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and a Therapeutic Fostering Service offering single placements to traumatised young people. Young people leaving Break’s care continue to be supported by our in-house Moving On Team. In addition to the mainstream homes, Break has a children’s home for young people with profound learning and physical disabilities and two short-break schemes for children with disabilities. Break also provides a range of assessment and support services to children at risk through a Residential Family Centre in Lowestoft and a range of community-based services, including assessment work, across East Anglia.

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