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Resource: Accessible Breaks, Activities and Day Trips

Advice and information about breaks, activities and day trips is available for those with a disability, or illness and their carers. 

Be part of delivering Social Prescribing - West Norfolk and Breckland District Council areas

Community Action Norfolk are seeking to appoint VCSE providers to deliver Social Prescribing in the West Norfolk and Breckland areas  

Resource: Funding for individuals - Equipment and Carers Grants

The MS Society have funding available to support those with MS and their unpaid carers

Resource: Calling all community spokespeople and community information hubs!

There are vulnerable people in all of our communities who sometimes need a bit of impartial support, or guidance, especially where they are unhappy about an experience they have had with an NHS service. 

Consultation: Wellbeing Hub – Central Norfolk - Deadline: 8th January

Consultation is open on proposals for a community wellbeing hub in Norwich, for people in mental distress or ill health.

New Mencap Learning Disability Action Group launching in December (Norwich)

Mencap are running a new group for people with a learning disability in Norwich.

Resources: Norfolk County Council's Health Information Leaflet Service

The Health Information Leaflet Service (HILS) provides free, good quality health information leaflets and posters for professionals working in voluntary and statutory agencies within Norfolk. 

Grants for individuals for specialist and/or medical equipment

The Hospital Saturday Fund offers full or partial grants to individuals for specialist and / or medical equipment.

Resource: Healthtalk - online support and advice

Healthtalk provide free reliable information and people’s experiences of health issues. 

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