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…
A comprehensive list of organisations and helplines available for people suffering from mental health conditions, and for their families and carers.
No Panic (National Organisation for Phobias, Anxiety, Neurosis, Information and Care) is a voluntary charity which helps people who suffer from panic attacks, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorders and other related anxiety disorders including those people who are trying to give up tranquillisers. It specialises in…
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…
The Norfolk and Waveney Prostate Cancer Support Group supports men with prostate cancer and their families in the Norfolk and Waveney area. We meet on a regular basis to discuss issues, exchange information and share experiences. We also seek to raise the profile and awareness…
Norfolk Care and Support Services Directory is a comprehensive guide to choosing and paying for care. It includes information about home support, care homes, specialist care and other useful contacts throughout Norfolk.
Norfolk Equine and Pet Care is a family run business offering an equine and pet care service across Norfolk. It provides a range of services such as dog walking, pet sitting, holiday pet care, rug and stable cleaning and paddock maintenance. Norfolk Equine and Pet Care is a…
We offer a range of services to support family carers. Telephone advice and support line You can call us for information, advice and support. Personalised support Our Family Care Advisers can provide you with one-to-one expert advice and support to help you make sense of…
Norfolk First Support is a service that provides intensive support in your own home for up to six weeks. If, for example, you have been in hospital and need support when you return home, Norfolk First Support is there to help you regain as much…
This comprehensive guide to adult social care in Norfolk provides you with information covering falls prevention, safety in the home, accessing help from social care and much more. The listings include details of all care providers in Norfolk. It is available free in libraries, GP…