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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Multiple Sclerosis Society

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common disabling neurological disorder among young adults. It affects some 85,000 people in the UK. The MS Society is an organisation in the UK representing and working for those affected by MS. Founded in 1953, it's five key aims for 2008-2012 are to: Fund...
  • Multiple Sclerosis Society Scotland

    The MS Society Scotland is for people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). The Society is committed to bringing high standards of quality health and social care within reach of everyone affected by MS. They also encourage and support medical and applied research into its cause and control. The...
  • Narcolepsy UK

    to promote awareness and provide infomation about narcolepsy; support self help groups; encourage research
  • National Autistic Society

    Information about resources and treatment options available for children and adults with autism, runs special schools and centres, and organises group meetings.
  • National Institute of Conductive Education

    Conductive Education teaches children and adults with physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, dyspraxia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and stroke how to overcome their movement difficulties to lead more independent, fulfilled and dignified lives. We offer a range of diagnosis-specific...
  • National Rett Syndrome Association

    Information and support
  • Neuropathy Trust

    Peripheral Neuropathy (pronounced new-rop-athy) is common, often distressing, and sometimes disabling. The population prevalence is about 2,400 per 100,000 (2.4%), rising with age to 8,000 per 100,000 (8%). Peripheral Neuropathy is not a specific disease but rather a manifestation of many...
  • Neurosupport

    Provides non-medical information and advice for people with all neurological illness, e.g. Alzheimers, epilepsy, Parkinson's or head injury
  • OUCH (UK)

    Organisation for the Understanding of Cluster Headaches in the UK.
  • Parkinson's Disease Society

    Helps patients and relatives of sufferers from Parkinson's disease. Funds research, 200 local groups through UK.