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Cornwall Voluntary Sector Forum We are the voice of voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Action on Hearing Loss Action on Hearing Loss is the largest UK charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose.
Healthwatch Cornwall Healthwatch Cornwall helps people to create positive change in their publicly funded health and social care services, where necessary.
Cornwall Deaf Community Centre Known as Cornwall Deaf Club, provide an invaluable service to all deaf/hearing impaired adults/children and their friends and families in Cornwall.
Cornwall Rural Community Charity Cornwall Rural Community Charity (CRCC) is a Cornish Charity that informs and guides local groups and individuals to achieve their aspirations and develop sustainable, inclusive communities.
Volunteer Cornwall Volunteer Cornwall is a charity dedicated to developing active and engaged citizens through volunteering.
Disability Cornwall We are a user-led and membership organisation for people of all ages living with a long term health condition or disability, their carers and families in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Family Information Service information, advice and support available to families in Cornwall and the professionals working alongside them.
WRSAC Help and support for women who are victims of abuse.
Sense Sense is a national charity that supports people who are deafblind, have sensory impairments or complex needs, to enjoy more independent lives.
iSight Cornwall Inspiring futures for people living with sight loss
Got Group Cornwall Get Out There is a Sense service based in Cornwall for young people with little or no sight. Many of the young people in the group have additional needs such as epilepsy, diabetes, autism, hearing impairments, communication difficulties and limited mobility.
UK Care Guide is a website that is designed to support across a wide range of care needs. Recognising that care support can often involve checking a number of different sites, the UK Care Guide website was designed to bring all this together. The website has a lot of information on the different types of care available, including, assisted living, live-in care, domiciliary care, and residential care. The site has a directory that you can use to find care agencies or find a care home. The website also has a lot of very useful information and guidance on a range of care related issues. Further help includes guidance on vascular dementia, lewy body dementia and frontotemporal dementia.
ADT Healthcare is a free helpline for people affected by drug and alcohol addiction. The service is particularly helpful for family members affected by a loved one's addiction. Website: www.adt-healthcare.com Tel: 0800 088 66 86
"If your reflex is everyone feels lonely sometimes, you would be right. But you would also be understating the loneliness we feel."