Useful Links

Here are some links to other groups and services that you might find useful, if there are any you think are missing let us know.

General Links

Get information on age-related health conditions, tips and advice on staying fit and healthy, as well as information on dealing with health services and leaving hospital.

Our mission is to win the fight against cardiovascular disease and our vision is a world in which people do not die prematurely or suffer from cardiovascular disease.

We provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.

Good Neighbours Network groups are all about people offering a helping hand to others in their local community. Each group is different, but will often include transport assistance, social activities and a befriending scheme. Popular with volunteers for its flexibility and popular with people because they can rely on a trustworthy and friendly face.

Our vision is for a world with good mental health for all. Our mission is to help people understand, protect and sustain their mental health. Prevention is at the heart of what we do, because the best way to deal with a crisis is to prevent it from happening in the first place.

If you are concerned that you are developing a mental health problem you should seek the advice and support of your GP as a matter of priority. If you are in distress and need immediate help and are unable to see a GP, you should visit your local A&E. There are also a number of mental health organisations that provide helplines.

The Mental Health Foundation is a charity specialising in research and policy development, with a focus on preventing mental health problems. We are not able to advise people directly on their personal circumstances. To make an enquiry, please use the box below or contact one of our offices.

National Autistic Society

In the wake of Autism Awareness Month and I wanted to reach out for some help. As we all do our part to engage and educate others about our loved ones.

The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for autistic people and their families. Since 1962, we have been offering services, support and advice to help increase opportunities and reduce social isolation for autistic people. Our goal is to build a society that works for autistic people and help improve their lives.hat's this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention.

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Royal Voluntary Service volunteers can assist older people looking to get help to become more independent. Helping them with practical tasks, providing meals, and even bringing books over with our home libraries service.

The group brings together people with stroke-related problems in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Through sharing their experiences they may learn new ways of coping with the challenges of everyday life after a stroke. Members are encouraged to take part in varied and interesting activities.

Winchester City Council is committed to developing ways of involving our customers in helping to establish standards and continually improve them through consultation, customer feedback, including both compliments and complaints, and surveys.

Winchester Go LD believes that people should be treated as equals and given the same respect and opportunities as everyone else.  That means full choice and control in their lives, such as where to live, work and socialise.

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