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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.…

Mencap

Mencap works exclusively with and for people with a learning disability, their families and carers. Through its helpline Mencap Direct it offers support and advice on issues such as housing, learning, leisure and community support. West Norfolk Mencap is a local support group for people with a…
Telephone:
0808 808 1111 Helpline, 01553 776154 West Norfolk Mencap

E-mail
help@mencap.org.uk

Website:
www.mencap.org.uk

Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation is the UK's leading mental health research, policy and service improvement charity. Its website offers useful information on mental wellbeing and it produces a range of publications, including reports, briefings and information booklets.
Telephone:
0207 803 1100 - Head Office

Website:
www.mentalhealth.org.uk

The Merle Boddy Centre, Swaffham & District Mental Health Association

A warm and friendly Social Day Care Service for people affected by mental health problems including dementia and other disabilities in Swaffham and the surrounding area. The Merle Boddy Centre is comfortable and well furnished and has a warm welcoming atmosphere. All of the facilities are accessible to all our members.…
Telephone:
01760 724527

E-mail
merleboddycentre@hotmail.co.uk

Website:
www.merleboddycentre.co.uk/

Mind

Mind provides advice and support to anyone experiencing a mental health problem. It campaigns to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. The Mind Infoline provides information on a range of topics including: types of mental health problem where to get help medication and alternative treatments advocacy Its Legal…
Telephone:
0300 123 3393 Mind Infoline, 0300 466 6463 Legal Advice Service

E-mail
info@mind.org.uk

Website:
www.mind.org.uk

Music Mirrors

For most of us, memory loss is a normal part of ageing, but it can also be the result of dementia or other conditions affecting our brain. Whatever the reason, one way of holding on to our personal memories is to hook them up to…

NHS Choices About Dementia

Information from NHS Choices about dementia, its symptoms and diagnosis, living with dementia, and care and support that is available to sufferers. If you're becoming increasingly forgetful, particularly if you're over the age of 65, it may be a good idea to talk to your…
Website:
ww.nhs.uk

NHS Choices Mental Health Helplines

A comprehensive list of organisations and helplines available for people suffering from mental health conditions, and for their families and carers.
Website:
www.nhs.uk

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