NiCE believe that every person who has a movement disorder like cerebral palsy should have the opportunity to have an education and take part in every day activities. They help with a unique range of expertise.
Angleman syndrome is a rare neurological disorder that can affect 1:20,000 people. Discovered by Dr Angleman in the 1960’s it affects development, learning, mobility and those with this disorder will need support for their whole lives.
Fable was originally founded to fundraise for an implant developed in the USA that helped relieve some of the impact of severe seizures from epilepsy.
Realising that so many could benefit from this treatment Fable has continued to fundraise and now supports families of those affected by epilepsy in all manner of ways including advice, support, guidance and most of all the skills and knowledge to help.
Anxiety UK is a member of the Association of Mental Health Providers and they provide support to people with any kind of anxiety disorder or phobia living in the UK.
They work with a variety of ages and provide support in a variety of ways, specialist helpline support, group sessions and online communities.
Bipolar (Scotland) provide information, support and advice to people who have bipolar and their carers.
Regular meetings are held across Scotland.
BABPC is a interest (forum) group for professionals involved in this area.
To promote and encouraging understanding from all who work in this field of Psychotherapies in the UK and Ireland.
Is exactly what it says, it’s a forum based site where questions about mental health, eating disorders, phobias, psychology are asked and answered.
Experts in their field answer some of those “uncommon” questions about these illnesses.
A dedicated charity who work with people to help improve their mental health. They have a dedicated hub for young people to be able to voice their concerns in a safe space.
Hafal are a Welsh mental health charity that encourage recovery from serious mental health for yourself, with their tools and support they also encourage carers and family to help people improve their lives generally. They work with a range of conditions across the whole of Wales.
They also campaign to improve mental health services for children and young people in Wales.
Off The Record offer a variety of ways to help support yourself with your own mental health in Croydon, Merton and Sutton.
You can make contact through their message boards or live chat app.
There are also drop in sessions in those locations.