On average people with long-term conditions spend less than 3 hours a year with their health team. The rest of the time they are left to self-manage. Our charity exists to help these people be understood, empowered and supported. Self management uk educates you in…
If you think you may be eligible for support for your Social Care needs, you must first contact the Social Care Team at the Norfolk County Council. The team will be able to discuss your options with you, including equipment, assistive technology and other adaptations…
*Details shown are correct at time of entry however are subject to change at anytime due to the nature of the services and guidance on the COVID-19 virus.* From 5th January 2021 the UK are in National Lockdown. (05/01/2021) For full details on Guidance visit…
Sexual health is an important part of physical and mental health as well as your emotional and social wellbeing. It's important to take care of your sexual health and to talk about sex and relationships with your loved ones. Need more information on sexual health,…
There are discounts and priority shopping times available to NHS staff to ensure they can access essential items and to say thank you for their hard work during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It’s important that NHS and social care workers display their NHS ID when visiting stores…
Volunteer Cards Not being able to get to the shops for your essentials is hard. Especially in the current situation. That’s why we’ve created the Volunteer Shopping Card, the cashless - and less stressful - way for people to help get the shopping in. Ideal…
If you are a local resident and in need of any support with collecting shopping or medication the Parish Council may be able to help. Contact the Parish Clerk for information on any volunteers they currently have helping to support residents. *Details correct at time…
Sightline is an online directory of services and organisations that help blind and partially-sighted people in the UK. The directory is maintained by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
The Silver Line is the confidential, free helpline for older people that is open every day and night of the year. Its specially trained helpline staff: Offer information, friendship and advice Link callers to local groups and services Offer regular befriending calls Protect and support those who are suffering…
Silverdale is a day centre for the elderly house-bound or people with a disability, who live within a ten mile radius of Downham Market. The club meets every Wednesday at the Jubilee Community Centre, Downham Market. Transport and lunch is provided for £15 per day.