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Social Media group for those interested in all things Social Media.
Based in Cambridge but reaching out across East Anglia. We welcome all levels of interest in Social Media.
Very social, in the spirit and same model of CamCreative in Cambridge from the same organisers.
The NAS Cambridge Branch has a pre-school children/parents support Group; "Meet and Play".
Parents/carers of preschool children who have social communication difficulties, or autism are warmly invited to drop in to 'Meet and Play'.
The group meets on the first Tuesday of every month from 1.15pm to 2.45pm at Cherry Hinton Children's Centre, The Community Wing, Cherry Hinton Junior School, Fulbourn Old Drift, Cambridge CB1 9ND.
Come to meet other carers and let your children play in a safe setting. The group is supported by the Children's Centre Manager and by experienced professionals who are members of the NAS Cambridge Branch
Location: PE19 1AJ
Hunts Mind is a local voluntary organisation affiliated to National Mind, run by a team of staff in conjunction with volunteers and service users. Our mission is to support people who experience mental ill health to take control of their lives through the provision of a range of services and opportunities that promote independence and choice.
Hunts Mind runs a variety of projects, one of which is our Day Service which is known as the Recovery Projects. Currently we offer a variety of services to mental health service users in Huntingdonshire. Our day service supports individuals by providing:
Social Support Groups:
An informal group which meets in a relaxed atmosphere every Thursday from 10.30am until 12.30pm at a variety of venues within St Neots. Group members enjoy lively discussion and conversation, both serious and light-hearted and can try their hand at a range of activities organised by the group.
This group meets every second Tuesday
Tags: Music, Social, dance, learning, health, wellbeing, help, advice, volunteering, charities, social care, support groups
8 Apr 2013, 12:00 Huntingdon New Member Sessions
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Location: CB3 0EU
Friendship and hot lunch for senior citizens. Fri 11.00am-1.00pm, except August and Christmas/New Year.
Location: PE29 1XJ
Day centre for adults with learning disabilities
Local charity providing a range of support and services to people with learning disabilities.
Guyatt House Care LTD was founded in 1991, with one primary aim, to empower service users to live a life they chose, within a residential care home.
The ethos of independence is stronger today than ever before with a huge array of support services in the market from which people can pick and choose. Guyatt House Care itself provides support in many different ways; through residential support, outreach support, home respite and supported living/housing with support services.
As a family run business, we have a proud record of having provided 100% CQC excellence in care throughout the company for 6 consecutive years, and prior to this have achieved outstanding quality reports for the previous 12 years. Consistently excellent care has been delivered by Guyatt House Care because we understand the importance of being led by those we support and by employing competent, caring and trustworthy staff, all of whom provide support, to the highest standard.
We are a non corporate organisa
Location: CB1 1JX
Centre 33 - Cambridge based charity provides free and accessible information, counselling, services and support to any young person aged 8-25 in Cambridgeshire to enable them to overcome the effects of poor health, isolation, disadvantage and inequality so as to achieve their potential.
Our services include:
1) Information, Outreach and Support Service:
i) The Information (First Contact) Service - Free and confidential information and sexual health services to young people from Cambridge City, South and East Cambridgeshire.
ii) The Housing and Living Skills service- Information and support for young people aged 15 - 25, who may be dealing with the threat of homelessness, sleeping rough, drugs, money problems or lack of support.
“You can only move on really, I can’t go back from here” Young homeless man.
2) Mental Health and Counselling Service - Free short term confidential counselling for 13-25 year olds living in Cambridge City, South and East Cambridgeshire. This servic
A highly respected organisation offering the highest quality of care in the home.
Our bespoke and flexible home care service is available 7 days a week in the following areas: Huntingdon, St Neots, Chatteris, Ely, Sandy, Biggleswade and surrounding villages in between.
The Association aim is to give residents a strong and representative voice in Cherry Hinton affairs to try to maintain and enhance the quality of life of all residents.
The committee organise regular open meetings where residents are introduced to various Council Officers for housing ect and the local police team and events for the community.