Armed Forces Community Support Hub
The Warrington Armed Forces Community Support Hub welcomes all services for serving and veteran armed forces personnel under their roof.
The hub is a ‘one stop shop’ to advise and support the armed forces community in Cheshire including all serving personnel, early service leavers, veterans and families. The hub includes helps with: Welfare issues, education, training and employment, housing and homelessness, reintegration back into Civvy Street plus much more.
You can find more information on their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HubWarrington/
St Roccos is a registered charity, dependent upon your support. They support those living with life-limited illnesses to get the very best out of life. St Roccos main focus is on caring and the support they provide is free to their patients and families.
Their underpinning aim is to provide good symptom control, ensuring both physical and psychological comfort.
If you feel that you or a loved one requires their services, you should talk first to your doctor, consultant or district nurse. You can also contact their Vitality Centre directly on 01925 579212 for advice. https://www.stroccos.org.uk
Brainwave is a charity that exists to help children with disabilities and additional needs to achieve greater independence by aiming to improve mobility, communication skills and learning potential through a range of educational and physical therapies.
The Brainwave Programme aims to develop the maximum potential of each child by taking an integrated approach to their physical and cognitive development and by aiming to enhance a child’s social skills and emotional well-being.
To find out more about how Brainwave can help your child please contact them via https://www.brainwave.org.uk/forms/family-enquiry-form
Guide Dogs for the blind provide life-changing services for the independence of people living with sight loss and their friends and family.
Their ambition is a future where every person with sight loss has the confidence and support they need to live their lives to the full. The Future Direction and Strategy Overview explains how we aim to reach and support many more individuals over the next five years, from 200,000 people today, to 500,000 by 2023.
For more information please visit https://www.guidedogs.org.uk/