Healthier Together is a new NHS website in Oxfordshire created by local healthcare professionals providing parents with information on common childhood illnesses. The website includes advice and signposts to appropriate care, including local support services. The website hosts relevant information for healthcare professionals, including existing paediatric primary care pathways.
Parents can also download the Healthier Together App.
Nettlebed Good Neighbours Scheme:
The Nettlebed and District Good Neighbour Scheme is run by a group of volunteers and organises the following activities:
All ages 24/7 mental health helplines across the country
As of May 2020, all NHS mental health trusts in England have had open urgent mental health helplines, four years ahead of the original NHS Long Term Plan target. Our 24/7 all ages NHS mental health helplines were set up, or in some cases expanded, as part of the mental health sector’s response to COVID-19 and have supported around 250,000 people a month since they were rolled out.
St Bernards Support – Moving Forward
Regular meet ups to discuss memory problems with support available:
Age UK Oxfordshire’s dementia support service provides advice and support along your dementia journey. Whether you’re a carer, family, a friend, or living with dementia yourself, they can help you access the support you need.
01865 410 210
Age UK Oxfordshire
Age UK Oxfordshire is a local independent charity which helps enable all older people in Oxfordshire to live life to the full. They provide free local information, advice, and a wide range of support services, from exercise classes and digital support to telephone befriending and bereavement support – with much more in between.
0345 450 1276