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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Ear Foundation

    The strategic aim of the Ear Foundation is to provide advice and support to the UK's rapidly growing community of deaf children and young people with cochlear implants, together with their parents, carers and local professionals, to enable all appropriate deaf children and young people to realise...
  • Earthsense International U.K.

    Non-Profit Making Herbal & Alternative Medicines Research Foundation. Est 1978. (Charitable Trust). Free Health Advice, On Site Health Advice Pages. Exclusive Range of Herbal Tinctures/Medicines for anything from a Cold to Cancer Inclusive. + Much Much More.
  • East Midlands ICAS

    Do you have a complaint about your NHS care or treatment? If you live in the East Midlands we are here to help you through the NHS Complaints Procedure. We are Confidential, Free of Charge and Independent of the NHS. ICAS is provided by the Carers Federation Ltd in the East Midlands. ICAS is...
  • ECT Anonymous UK

    ECT Anonymous UK provides a confidential service to anyone who feels they have been harmed by Electric Shock Treatment (ECT) and to their relatives, carers, friends or advocates. An information booklet entitled Shock: The Things You Need to Know Before Having Shock Treatment is available from...
  • Ectodermal Dysplasia Society

    The Society is a self help organisation established in 1984. The Society has over 300 members and: Provides information, advice, support to those affected by ectodermal dysplasia. Promotes the education of the medical profession and general public. Supports research. Liaises with the a...
  • Ectodermal Dysplasia Support Group

  • Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

    The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust aims to raise awareness of ectopic pregnancy and to offer support to those affected by this condition. The Trust is engaged in the following activities. Support and information via a telephone helpline. A listening ear is given by women who have experienced an...
  • Edinburgh Association for Mental Health

    A membership organisation seeking to address mental health issues and needs in Edinburgh. Campaigns for provision of mental health resources and provides information on all aspects of mental health.
  • Ehlers-Danlos Support Group

    A support group for sufferers of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and their families. We provide information and advice, and can also put sufferers in contact with others in their area.
  • Eileen Trust (the)

    Offers support to people (other than haemophiliacs) infected with HIV by contaminated blood
  • Ekbom Support Group

    Ekbom syndrome is more commonly know as restless legs syndrome. It is believed to afflict 5% of the population. The crawling or bubbling sensation (which can include ache, cramp, jerking, numbness, weakness of the legs, tickling and running pains) can also sometimes be felt in the feet, thighs,...
  • Elderly Accommodation Counsel

    Advice and detailed information on all housing and care options for older people
  • Elderly Care UK

    Non-commercial website providing information for elderly people and carers who are looking for help to access or find services. Comprehensive internal search engine to assist people to find the information they need. All information is kept up to date.
  • Elderly-Aid.co.uk

    Elderly-Aid.co.uk helps you to find the products you need to keep your life running smoothly. From mobility products such as scooters and electric wheelchairs to hand rails around the bathroom. They provide information and links to relevant websites to help you get the products you want.
  • Electric Mobility Euro Ltd

    Electric Mobility Euro Ltd is a distributor of the Rascal range of battery powered scooters, manual and powered wheelchairs for indoor and outdoor use and the Cosi Chair range of riser/recliner chairs. Contact the company for full product details, prices and local dealers.
  • Electrical Safety Council

    The Electrical Safety Council is an independent charity committed to reducing deaths and injuries through electrical accidents at home and at work. They are supported by all sectors of the electrical industry as well as local and central government and work to promote safety and good...
  • Electronic Aids for the Blind

  • ElectroSensitivity-UK

    ElectroSensitivity-UK is a registered charity created to promote and protect the physical and mental health of sufferers of electrosensitivity, also known as electrical hypersensitivity (EHS) in the United Kingdom through the provision of support, education and practical advice.
  • ELF (Elimination of Leukaemia Association)

    Advice and information
  • Elfrida Society

    The Elfrida Society has worked with people with learning difficulties since 1919. They believe that people with learning difficulties are excluded from society because their strengths are not valued and their needs are not recognised. Their aim is to identify and promote the best ways of...
  • Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children & Donkeys

    The aims of the Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children & Donkeys are to bring enjoyment and pleasure into the lives of children with special needs and disabilities and to give them the satisfaction that comes with the achievement of learning riding skills. There are centres in Sidmouth, Leeds,...
  • Elizabeth Finn Care

    Elizabeth Finn Care is a charity that provides practical and financial support to people from a wide range of backgrounds - people who have slipped into poverty due to, or made worse by, physical or mental illness, family breakdown, bereavement or redundancy and older people on inadequate pensions....
  • Elizabeth FitzRoy Support

    Elizabeth FitzRoy Support cares for and supports around 500 people with a learning disability across England. The charity was founded by Elizabeth FitzRoy, whose fundamental belief was that all people are equal and that their differences should be respected. Features of the charity and its services...
  • Ellie Savage Memorial Trust

    Registered charity which raises funds to provide financial support to those families which have a child with cancer living in East. Also supports research and the raising of awareness into brain tumours
  • Ellis-Van Creveld Foundation

  • Emotional Health

    Emotional Health is a non-profit organisation which aims to provide professional and accessible services to enable individuals to address emotions which uncontrolled have a negative impact on their lives.
  • Emotions Anonymous

    Emotions Anonymous (EA) is a twelve-step organization, similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. The Fellowship is composed of people who come together in weekly meetings for the purpose of working towards recovery from emotional difficulties. EA members are from many walks of life and are of diverse ages,...
  • Employers Forum on Disability

    The Employers' Forum on Disability is the employers' organisation focused on the issue of disability in the workplace. It is funded and managed by employers. With over 365 members, the Forum represents organisations who employ over 20% of the UK workforce. The Forum is recognised as the...
  • Employment Opportunities

    Their vision is of a society where the full potential of people with disabilities and medical conditions is recognised in every workplace. This means working closely, nationally and locally, with many groups, from people with all disabilities and medical conditions, employers and employers'...
  • ENABLE Scotland

    Deals with all aspects of learning disability in Scotland.
  • Encephalitis Society

    Provide support and information for people affected by encephalitis, their carers and families
  • Endometriosis SHE Trust (UK)

    User-led national charity for girls and women with endometriosis, plus their carers, family and friends, along with medical and complementary practitioners.
  • Endometriosis Society

  • Endometriosis UK

    “Endometriosis affects some 2 million UK women, often physically, personally and financially. The impact of the disease varies and our mission is to improve the lives of people affected by endometriosis and work towards a future where endometriosis has the least possible impact on those living...
  • Endometriosis UK

    We are the leading UK charity that supports women living with endometriosis. We provide information and support, and work to increase understanding through campaigning and awareness.
  • English Federation of Disability Sport

    English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England. They work closely with the following five national disability sports organisations recognised by Sport England. British Amputees and Les Autres Sports Association. British Blind...

    Enham has three modern residential care homes offering care and support to people with physical disabilities and associated learning disabilities. They provide individually tailored development programmes to help people to build on their independence skills with a view to moving into supported or...
  • Enuresis Resource & Information Centre

    A national helpline for childhood bedwetting, day-time wetting and soiling. Publishes books and provides bedding and enuresis alarms. Holds database of enuresis clinics.
  • Environmental Protection UK

    Environmental Protection UK is the charity that brings together organisations across the public, private and voluntary sectors to promote a balanced and innovative approach to understanding and solving environmental problems. Environmental Protection UK is both active and influential in the...
  • Eosinophilic Disease Society (The) - TEDS

    TEDS has the following aims: To provide support and the sharing of information to sufferers and carers/families of eosinophilic diseases. This is primarily for the eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases - eosinophilic oesophagitis, eosinophilic gastroenteritis, and eosinophilic colitis. To...
  • Epiderm Ltd

    Epiderm Ltd distributes the Covermark range of camouflage cosmetics. Covermark classic foundation, available in 10 shades, and Covermark finishing powder are reimbursable on NHS prescription for the concealment of scars and disorders of pigmentation such as vitiligo. New patients and prescribers...
  • 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
  • Epilepsy Penarth

    EPILEPSY PENARTH is a support group based in Penarth for people with epilepsy. We are supported by Epilepsy Wales and cover Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, always open to anyone with epilepsy who want's to join. There will be a Youth Club for children with epilepsy later this year.
  • Epilepsy Research UK

    Epilepsy Research UK promotes and supports basic and scientific research into epilepsy. Epilepsy Research UK is an organisation which seeks to identify medical research needs in epilepsy and raises money for independent research to be carried out by the best research teams throughout the...
  • Epilepsy Scotland

    Epilepsy can affect anyone at anytime. Nearly 54,000 people in Scotland are affected by the condition. Epilepsy Scotland campaigns for better services and also provides a free, confidential national helpline, written guides, training, information events and support services in Glasgow and...
  • Epilepsy Wales

    Epilepsy Wales aims to help people with epilepsy in Wales, their families and carers by offering the following services. A bi-lingual service is provided wherever possible. Fieldworkers are the 'front-line troops' of the charity. They help people with epilepsy, their families and carers, in a...
  • Equality and Human Rights Commission

    The Equality and Human Rights Commission champions equality and human rights for all, working to eliminate discrimination, reduce inequality, protect human rights and to build good relations, ensuring that everyone has a fair chance to participate in society. The Equality and Human Rights...
  • Erb's Palsy Support Group

    The UK support group for people suffering from and working with those affected by Erb's Palsy. We offer support and advice on treatments, benefits and aids for the children. We run courses for professionals working in the field. We have a family matching scheme and send out a quarterly magazine. A...
  • ERIC

    ERIC is a national charity to provide information and support on bedwetting, day time wetting and soiling to children, parents, young people and professionals. ERIC's aims are as follows: To reduce the stigma associated with childhood continence problems. To help professionals improve their...
  • Erythema Nodosum Support Group

    The purpose of this online Support Group is to create the space where people who have been diagnosed with erythema nodosum (EN) can share information regarding their experiences in their quest for treatments and cures.
  • ESP Self Help Group

    Collecting details on how the disease affects different families, i.e. age on onset, degree of disability and passes this information to research organisations
  • ESPA (European Services for People with Autism)

    ESPA Limited is a registered charity offering services to people from all over the UK. It has grown from its amalgamation with its sister charity CAP (Communities for Autistic People) which was established by parents in 1987. ESPA aims to provide the highest quality community-based care, further...
  • Essentialaids.com

    essentialaids.com is a UK online shop for daily living aids aimed at the disabled community, the elderly, or those who look after people with mobility difficulties.
  • EuroLyme

    A UK based web facility to bring together those with knowledge of, experience of, or difficulties with Lyme Disease and related disorders
  • European Association for the Treatment of Addiction (UK) (EATA)

    EATA is a charity working to help ensure people with substance dependencies get the treatment they need. We work with providers, referrers, commissioners and policy makers to improve access and quality in the rehabilitative treatment of substance dependency. They work towards helping...
  • European Association for the Treatment of Addiction (UK) (EATA)

    EATA is a charity working to help ensure people with substance dependencies get the treatment they need. We work with providers, referrers, commissioners and policy makers to improve access and quality in the rehabilitative treatment of substance dependency. They work towards helping...
  • European Federation of Asthma & Allergy Association

    The European Federation of Asthma and Allergy Associations (EFA) is an alliance of 41 organisations in 23 different countries across Europe with the following purpose: "To promote better health for people with asthma and allergy throughout Europe." Their website aims to give comprehensive, unbiased...