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Kings Lynn - Norfolk OCD & Hoarding Support Group

The support group meets on the first and third Wednesday of the month and is for: People with OCD & Hoarding Issues Family members Carers Friends Professionals There is no charge.
Telephone:
0755 499 1813

E-mail
Genbroth@gmail.com

Website:
www.ocdaction.org.uk

Libraries Week 2018

Libraries Week celebrates the nation’s much loved Libraries and takes place between 8 - 13 October. This year, the theme is wellbeing and Libraries across the country will showcase how they bring communities together, combat loneliness, provide a space for reading and support people with…

Live in Care - The Good Care Group

The Good Care Group provides bespoke live in care services across the UK. The personalised live in care packages ensure that care needs are met within the safe and familiar surroundings of your own home. The Good Care Group offers specialist care for conditions such…
Telephone:
0808 2522 939 from landlines, 0333 1307 611 from mobiles

E-mail
enquiries@thegoodcaregroup.com

Website:
www.goodcaregroup.com

The Lullaby Trust

The Lullaby Trust provides emotional support for bereaved families, promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep and raises awareness of sudden infant death. Working with the NHS, we run a national health-visitor led service for bereaved parents, Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme, which supports…
Telephone:
0808 802 6869 - Parents & Professionals, 0808 802 6868 - Bereaved Family Helpline

E-mail
support@lullabytrust.org.ukinfo@lullabytrust.org.uk

Website:
www.lullabytrust.org.uk

Macmillan Health & Wellbeing Event

You are warmly invited to our FREE Health and Wellbeing event, supporting patients living with and beyond cancer Browse the market place packed with information, interactive displays and speak to Cancer Nurse Specialists, Welfare Teams and Macmillan Representatives. Refreshments available Monday 1st October 2018 -…
Telephone:
01553 613985

Magpie Centre - West Norfolk Riding for the Disabled

At The Magpie Centre, RDA West Norfolk, our horses and ponies provide therapy, achievement and enjoyment to people with disabilities. We offer activities such as riding and carriage driving to all age groups and, wherever possible, to people with any disability. We have been carrying…
Telephone:
01553 810202, 0845 450 7073 East Region RDA, 0845 658 1082 National RDA

E-mail
magpiecentrewnrda@hotmail.co.uk

Website:
www.rda-westnorfolk.org.uk

Marie Curie Dementia Specialist

Providing support above and beyond the dementia diagnosis with a view to palliative need. For example advance planning, coping strategies, care partner support.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation

Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country. Most of the support provided by the Masonic Charitable Foundation takes the form of financial grants to individuals and families to…
Telephone:
0800 035 60 90

E-mail
info@mcf.org.uk

Website:
www.mcf.org.uk

Mears Care

Mears provides high quality and flexible care for older and disabled people who want to avoid costly nursing homes and would like to continue living in their own homes. We know that choosing a care provider can be a tough decision but we are here…
Telephone:
01553 816470

E-mail
kingslynn.care@mearsgroup.co.uk

Website:
www.mears.co.uk

The Memory Joggers

The Memory Joggers have been operating in Norfolk for the past 10 years visiting care/residential homes carrying out reminiscence sessions with the residents. They now offer training courses on how to use reminiscence as a therapy when working with patients suffering from dementia or memory loss.…
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