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Information to help you find out if your hearing is at risk, and what to do to protect your hearing for the future. You may also be worried about losing your hearing, or waiting for a hearing test. We have information on what to expect from…
The Outside Clinic provide free hearing tests and a wide range of private hearing aids. Professional Hearing Aid Dispensers will guide you through the process from the initial consultation and through to your ongoing aftercare. A range of batteries and hearing aid accessories are also available.…
Heartbeats walk in Prospect Park, Reading (see map) Thursdays at 9.45am for 10.00am start. Meet in car park. Contact Peter or June for details on 0118 9426105 Thatcham Walkers meet at Thatcham Football Club, Thatcham, Berks Tuesdays at 9.50 for 10 am. Ring Gordon Trent…
Providing emotional and practical support to those affected by HIV. Services include peer support advice on benefits immigration housing and debt support with returning to work counselling Call either centres as trained staff aret here to provide you with information and support in a friendly,…
The Charles Clore Day Hospice is a day therapy unit based at the West Berkshire Community Hospital which specialises in caring for and supporting patients with life-threatening illnesses, and their families. These include cancer and complex neurological disorders. Hospice inpatient beds for the Newbury area…
We provide specialist palliative care services, aiming to help people live as well as possible with the effects of their illness by offering care, symptom management and support by a team of health care professionals. Within the area of Berkshire West, alongside Duchess of Kent…
St. Michael's Hospice provides specialist palliative care in North Hampshire for patients with a life-limiting illness and support to their families and carers. The majority of patients who are referred to St. Michael’s are suffering with cancer-related conditions, but care is also provided for those…
Who can complain to Local Government Ombudsman? The LGO can look at complaints about: care provided by a council care arranged directly with a care provider by: someone paying with their own or family money someone using money provided by a council, via direct payment for…
Hypnotherapy Directory only lists hypnotherapists who are registered with a recognised professional body or those who have sent us copies of their qualifications and insurance cover. The site enables those in distress to find a hypnotherapist close to them and appropriate for their needs. 
An organisation for people living with diabetes run by people living with diabetes. We recognise that when one person in a family lives with diabetes, this affects other family members and we offer support to partners and parents. Raising awareness of important issues for people…
Local pharmacy offering Diabetes Service, Asthma Service, Blood Pressure Testing service, Stop Smoking service and Prescription MOT service
Specialist UK charity providing emotional support and accurate medical information completely free of charge to anyone affected by lymphatic cancer - whether patient, family member, friend or carer.  There are support groups and buddying schemes. If you have questions about lymphoma or just need someone…
When you or someone you care for develops a form of macular disease, having access to good quality information is vital. The Macular Disease Society produces leaflets on all aspects of life with macular disease. Local groups may: have regular meetings invite guest speakers to meetings run…
The MEAM Approach West Berkshire is a multi-agency partnership approach to working with people with multiple complex needs and complicating factors around homelessness including substance misuse, contact with the criminal justice system and mental health needs. The approach works by creating a partnership of systems…
If you are helping an elderly loved one with their care, then you will probably be managing multiple prescriptions and medications. Combining medication can have potential side effects and understanding what these are, whether the right medicines have been prescribed and when and how to…
MedicAlert® provides a life-saving identification system for individuals with hidden medical conditions and allergies. Membership offers peace of mind, in an emergency, first responders will have secure access to your vital medical details, from anywhere in the world.
Range includes weekly lockable – automatic – timed release medication dispensers, daily timer/reminders with up to 8 daily alarms & missed dose alerts, pill reminders with vibrating alarms for the hard of hearing, a range of stylish pill & medication organisers, pill cutters & crushers,…
How can I dispose of medicines safely? The best way to dispose of medicines that are no longer needed is to return them to your pharmacist. This service is available at every pharmacy, it is free-of-charge and some pharmacies may even carry out local collections.…
Helpline:   The helpline is for men in the UK who are down or have hit a wall for any reason, who need to talk or find information and support. Open 5pm–midnight, 365 days a year. For more info about the helpline service and call costs visit…
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