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Self Help Groups

  • Parkinson's Support Group

    A Support Group for people living with Parkinson's and their families. We meet in a friendly environment and try and have a guest speaker or activity. We meet on the first Tuesday of the month at the Courtyard in Goole.
  • Pelizaeus Merzbacher Support Group

    This is a small family support group offering mutual support to families, newsletters and occasional events with a network of approximately 50 families.
  • Rett Syndrome Association UK

    Support and friendship for families and carers of children with this syndrome. Lists of clinics with own medical advisers.
  • Scottish Motor Neurone Disease Advice, Care and Support

  • Scottish Society for Autistic Children

    Promotes care and interests of children suffering from infantile or childhood autism, and their families. Provides an educational establishment, residential care, counselling and group meetings.
  • Shingles Support Society

    Send small donation for 19 page information pack which includes self-help tips from other sufferers and full drug therapy details written for GPs by a consultant neurologist with dosages and references.
  • Speak Out For Aphasia

    Every 30 minutes someone in the UK gets aphasia. 250,000 people in the UK currently have aphasia. Despite this, very few people do not know what aphasia is. It cannot be seen and is often misconstrued as drunken-ness or mental disability. Since launching our Campaign we have also discovered that...
  • Sturge Weber Foundation UK

    Sturge Weber syndrome is a rare neurological condition usually indicated by a Port Wine Stain over the eye and forehead. May be accompanied by Epilepsy, Glaucoma, learning difficulties and hemiplegia( a weakness or stiffness of one side of the body similar to that of a stroke).
  • TBPI Group

    A group set up by and for anyone who is affected by Traumatic Brachial Plexus Injuries.
  • The 25% ME Group

    The 25% ME Group is a nationwide community based voluntary group. They have two members of staff paid for by the Lottery Fund and volunteers (most of whom are chronic ME sufferers). They provide a range of services to people affected by severe ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis), many of whom are...