Filter your list
Filter your list
Advice and information
Osteoporosis 2000 is a registered charity that provides information and support for people who have osteoporosis or at risk of developing of this bone disease. The charity works to improve awareness and understanding of this condition amongst sufferers, their carers and in the community. The…
Open to anyone with, or interested in, Parkinsons disease. Has a part-time welfare visitor who gives information on all aspects of disability, benefits, holidays etc. Five specialist Parkinsons disease nurses are also available for consultation. Self or any referral.
Sheffield Adult Autism and Neurodevelopmental Service (SAANS) offers assessment and diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and associated neurodevelopmental conditions. SAANS is also able to offer ongoing support around communication and interaction, occupation and activities, sensory processing and a range of psychological therapies. SAANS is also…
0114 271 6964
Our Sheffield Haematology Support Group is a positive and supportive group for those who have a blood cancer diagnosis. The group offers friendship and support, a space to talk through your feelings, or just have a laugh with people who know what you are going through. Due to Covid-19, this service is currently virtual.
SOHAS is a registered charity that has existed for 40 years to help people who either live and/or work in Sheffield who are having difficulty at work either because of their health condition or because work is causing them problems with their health. We have advisers working in several GP surgeries in Sheffield and if we don't have an adviser at your surgery we will see you in our office.
Pan disability boccia session for all ages and abilities
0114 274 4939
Part of the national charity The Stroke Association, Sheffield Reablement is a support service for stroke survivors age 18 and over living in Sheffield. The coordinator offers one to one support, workshops, group projects and activities.
07717275705 0303 3033 100
A charity supporting everyone affected by cancer; patients, carers, family or friends. Offers a drop-in service to see healthcare professionals experienced in cancer care, providing information on different types of cancers and treatments, benefits advice, practical and psychological support.
Sheffield's stop smoking service.
0800 612 0011 (free from landlines) 0330 660 1166 (free from most mobiles)