Services in Independent Support (Local) (37)

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  1. Safe Place Schemes are places in the community where people who need extra support can go if they need some help. This ‘help’ can range from a phone call to home to ask a relative to pick them up or help with directions. Safe Place Schemes can be…
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  2. First Wednesday of each month 1pm-2pm AND Third Friday of each month 11-12.45pm.
    32Wilson StreetMiddlesbroughTS1 1RP A Coffee and chat group for people with epilepsy in the Teesside area, where you can meet other people living with epilepsy and Epilepsy Action staff. The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month 1pm-2.30pm at Sainsbury's Cafe, 32…
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  3.  We specialise in engaging and supporting girls and boys who are struggling with confidence, body image or who have a negative relationship with exercise. We also support girls and boys who are strong and athletic and want to add another…
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  4. Middlesbrough Independent Living Centre, 45-47Corporation RoadMiddlesbroughTS1 1LT The Independent Living Centre is a resource and advice centre.  It is designed to assist people who have difficulties with every day activities to increase or maintain their independence.  Services that are offered at the…
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  5. We work in the North East of England to help families who go through the neonatal journey. We work with Teesside's Neonatal intensive care unit at James Cook University Hospital, we work with midwives and the Delivery sutie at North Tees…
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  6. MAIN's Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm.
    16High Force RoadRiverside ParkMiddlesbroughTS2 1RH
    01642 608012
    At MAIN we support people, not 'cases' or 'numbers'. MAIN was established in 2002 as an after school service for children with autism in Middlesbrough. We now provide services for children and adults, with a range of disabilities,…
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