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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • The PSP Association

    Supports people with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Cortico Basal Degeneration (CBD). Funds research. Registered charity 1037087
  • Access to Neurological Services Rehabilitation and Support (ANSRS)

    User/ consultation group that is working closely with staff, service users,planners and providers of the floyd unit and the community neurological services
  • Action for M.E.

    Action for M.E. is a national charity campaigning to improve the lives of people with M.E. in the UK. Action for M.E. is a UK based national membership organisation and registered charity (Reg. No. 1036419). It is supported by its members, donations from individuals, local M.E. groups, businesses...
  • Allergy induced Autism

    Medical research charity and support group for autistic spectrum disorders
  • Alternating Hemiplegia Support Group

    The Alternating Hemiplegia Support Group offers telephone support to anyone suffering from this condition. They hold a yearly meeting for families in the summer at Windsor.
  • AMNET - Acoustic Neuroma & Meningioma Network

    AMNET was set up in 1996 and is an East Anglia information and support service for patients and their families and for anyone having had surgery or other treatment for these conditions at Addenbrooke's Hospital. Patients referred to Addenbrooke's following treatment elsewhere are welcome to contact...
  • Angioma Alliance UK

    Angioma Alliance UK is a charity created by people affected by cavernous angioma otherwise known as cerebral cavernous malformations or cavernomas. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by cavernomas through education, support, and promotion of research. Their...
  • Aphasia Now

    This is a website aiming to help people with aphasia to become independent, communicate with other aphasic people, and overcome aphasia together. Visit the website for further details.
  • ASSERT - Angelman Syndrome Support Group

    ASSERT is a United Kingdom based support group. We are all volunteers who have direct contact with people with Angelman Syndrome. The majority of the trustee's are parents or relatives of children or adults with Angelman Syndrome.
  • Association for Brain-Damaged Children

    Advice about physiotherapy of different types, short-term respite care, home visits and support for parents, speech therapy service.