Subject tag: Support Services

See also Community Directory/Health Care & Support Services

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For comprehensive listings of organisations covering a wide range of care and support services for adults and families, see the MyLife Enfield pages of the council website.

27 July 2014

The Nightingale was formed by a local group of concerned individuals who felt that more could be done to support people affected by cancer in Enfield. We aim to work together with existing local services to ensure that we provide comprehensive support. We are here to help patients, relatives, carers, friends or those who are affected by cancer. We hope to be able to provide you with help along the way........

27 July 2014

The "Stroke and PAT" programme is a collaborative project between the national charity Pets As Therapy, founding Director Sallie Bollans​ and the Ruth Winston Centre​. Having introduced Animal Assisted Interventions to the multi-disciplinary therapy programme within neurological rehabilitation at a local hospital in 2004, Sallie witnessed first hand the positive effects that occurred when stroke survivors were given the opportunity to interact with dogs during therapy sessions. Working.......

20 July 2014

Citizens Advice Enfield is a charity that offers free, accessible,quality advice to anyone who lives in Enfield. They can help with all kinds of problems, whether they are housing, employment, benefits, debts or immigration issues for example.

04 February 2014

Lottery funded ‘Stroke and PAT’ project offers highly innovative, and motivating, therapeutic opportunities for stroke survivors to incorporate PAT dogs into their rehabilitation treatment programme. It is a collaborative venture between the national charity Pets As Therapy, founding Director of Stroke Rehab Dogs, Sallie Bollans, and the Ruth Winston Centre, London N13........

05 November 2013

Keeping Families Together: North London YMCA are seeking "hosts" to take in young people for up to 3 months where their relationship with their families has broken down.

28 August 2013

When you visit the Palmers Green Community Festival on Sunday 1st September, be sure to visit the stand run by Noah's Ark Children's Hospice.  This is a locally based charity with a difference:  a hospice without its own building.  Instead of patients coming to them, they come to the patients and care for them - and the other members of their families - in famliar home surroundings. Noah's Ark estimate that there are 900 children in the boroughs they serve - Barnet, Camden,.......

27 July 2020

At a time when the Covid-19 pandemic has seriously affected its fundraising, the North London Hospice needs to buy expensive syringe drivers so that patients can manage pain.