Disability Web Links, Mental Health Web Links, Learning Difficulties Web Links, Medical Web Links and Voluntary Sector Web Links for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire UK.
(Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service)
at Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham
Disabled People's Advocacy Nottinghamshire.
Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Direct Payments Support Service.
HUMAN - “Esse est
The Humanities and Mental Health Research Network in Nottingham is dedicated to examining issues at the interface between the humanities (philosophy, history, sociology, anthropology etc) and mental health.
Networking Action with Voluntary Organisations
North Nottinghamshire Advocacy
Advocates for people with learning difficulties and mental health conditions.
(disability information and advice line)
"A charity supporting learning disabilities in Nottingham, offering advice, support, information, services, education, training, respite, leisure activities & volunteering opportunities."
Nottinghamshire Disabled People's Movement
"NDPM is an organisation run by disabled people for disabled people. We work in a way that enables any disabled person to get involved."
for, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Rutland in the East Midlands region of the UK.
Self Help Nottingham
"Resource for self help groups, their support agencies and health and social care professionals. Support for self help groups in Nottingham and District; publications, training and research; national UK and international links."
The Parent Partnership
"Promoting partnership between those supporting children with special educational needs."
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