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Abbeyfield Grange Community Support and Supported Living

Abbeyfield Grange Community Support offers a wide range of services for people with moderate to severe enduring mental health problems aged 18 years and over. The service offers a specialised support service with highly experienced staff who have been trained in caring for people who…

Alzheimer's Society - Peer Support Group for People with Dementia

Peer support groups are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month to support people with dementia. Aims to provide social and emotional support, prevent isolation, facilitate shared experiences and provide practical information about living with dementia. Peer support services help give people with dementia an…

Andrew Leigh - Pathways Life Coaching

Andrew Leigh has been helping people transform their lives since 2002, when he qualified as a life coach. He has thousands of hours of one-to-one coaching experience and is founder and chairman of the highly successful Sheffield Coaching Exchange (a continual professional development group for…

Autism supervision (for practitioners working with autistic children or adults)

Equal Strands provides supervision to services (individuals and staff groups) who works with autistic children and adults including schools, employers, day centres and care homes.  Unique to Equal Strands is a focus on autistic communication and how to identify, adapt and support communication in line…

British Wireless for the Blind Fund

The British Wireless for the Blind Fund provides CD/radio/cassette players issued on free loan to people who are registered as blind or partially sighted and meet certain other criteria. The Fund is a registered charity.
Joanne Ardern
0114 272 2757

Cambian Specialist Day Services

The Cambian Group is the UK’s largest provider of specialist services for people with learning disabilities and mental health issues including education and rehabilitation support. Cambian's Specialist Day Service in Sheffield, can support individuals, aged 16 years and over, with a primary diagnosis of a…

Care2Care Services - Flexible Day Support

Care2Care offers a Flexible Day Support service which caters for adults aged 18 years and over and older people, including those with early onset, mild to moderate dementia, people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities or mental health issues. The day support service gives you the…

Cavendish Cancer Care - Buddy Scheme

Our Cancer Buddies are a group of trained volunteers who have either had cancer themselves or have cared for someone with cancer. Because they have been in a similar situation, they can understand what it is like to deal with a cancer diagnosis as a…

Charles Bonnet Support Group

The Charles Bonnet Support Group is a group for people who experience Charles Bonnet Syndrome, also known as phantom vision syndrome. This is a condition which can cause people with sight loss to experience recurrent visual hallucinations. Meets at SRSB on Mappin Street, S1 (3rd…
Joanne Ardern
0114 272 2757
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Club 61

Club 61 is a small independent day care provider which caters for adults with learning disabilities who receive a personal budget. The service provides person-centred support within a small, friendly group setting for a maximum of 7 service users. Thus bridging the gap between the…
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