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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Connect

    Connect is a national charity. Their vision is a world where communication disability is not a barrier to opportunity and fulfilment. They work to promote effective services, new opportunities and a better quality of life for people living with aphasia. Connect aims are to: Equip people...
  • David Lewis Organisation

    Residential treatment and rehabilitation for adults/children. Out patient facilities and consultancy.
  • Different Strokes

    Different Strokes is a national charity set up to help younger stroke survivors, for the purposes of active self-help and mutual support.
  • Dysautonomia Society of Great Britain

  • Dyspraxia Foundation

    Information and support for sufferers of dyspraxia and their relatives.
  • Encephalitis Society

    Provide support and information for people affected by encephalitis, their carers and families
  • Epilepsy Action

    Epilepsy Action is the leading representative organisation for epilepsy in the UK, with around 16,000 members. Epilepsy Action helps over 688,000 people every year through its range of services including its Advice and Information Centre, Branch network and Accredited Volunteer scheme. The...
  • Epilepsy Bereaved

    Produces a booklet 'Epilepsy and the Young Adult' and offers a comprehensive information and advice service.
  • Epilepsy Connections

    Epilepsy Connections provides community-based support to people living with epilepsy in the Greater Glasgow and Forth Valley area. Their current activities and services include: Information on a wide range of epilepsy issues. Fieldwork support for individuals and families. Befriending....
  • Epilepsy HERE

    A support organisation for those with epilepsy in East Kent and their carers