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Your spotlight on local services

Some useful resources

This page includes links to websites that we think you may find helpful.

Action on Hearing Loss - the UK's largest charity working with hearing loss and hearing health

Age UK - a national charity that aims to impove later life for everyone

Age UK Tameside - the Tameside branch of this national charity

Alzheimer's Society - a national charity offering support for people with dementia and those who care for them

The Anthony Seddon Fund - a Tameside charity working to raise awareness of and provide support and young people's mental health

Arthritis Care - a national charity offering information and support to empower people to control of their arthritis

Beating Bowel Cancer - a UK charity dedicated to saving lives from bowel cancer - raising awareness and providing support to patients and their families

Bipolar UK - a national charity dedicated to supporting everyone affected by bipolar, including carers, families and loved ones

Brain & Spine Foundation - a charity helping people with brain and spine conditions in the UK

British Heart Foundation - a UK charity leading the fight agains coronary heart disease

Cancer Research UK - a national charity supporting cancer research and providing information about cancer

Counselling Directory - a confidential service that encourages those in distress to seek help

George House Trust - a charity supporting people living with or affected by HIV in the north west of England

Henshaws - a charity committed to helping blind and disabled people and their families across the north of England

Macmillan Cancer Support - a UK charity supporting people with cancer and their families

Mental Health Foundation - a UK charity for everyone's mental health

MS Society - the UK's largest charity for people affected by multiple sclerosis

My Ageing Parent - an independent website set up by two women who have ageing parents and want others to learn from their experience

Noah's A.R.T. - a progressive, innovative and therapeutic service developed by an experienced mental health nurse. The service is aimed at vulnerable individuals living in the community or in social care settings who enjoy the company of animals but may be unable to keep their own pets.

Samaritans - offering support to people 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

Sane - a national charity aiming to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by mental health problems, including family, friends and carers

Stroke Association - a national charity working to support stroke survivors and promoting better stroke prevention and care

Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind - a local charity offering services that promote well-being and improved mental health

Tameside Sight - a local organisation for visually impaired people living in Tameside, providing a range of practical support services

Walking for Health - a network of health walk schemes, some of which take place in Tameside

Young Minds - the UK's leading national charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people

We accept no responsibility for the content of these external sites - they are simply listed in case you find them useful. We would welcome your feedback about any of these sites - whether postive or negative.