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    The Migraine Trust

    The Migraine Trust The Migraine Trust is the health and medical research charity for migraine in the United Kingdom. It seeks to empower, inform, and support those affected by migraine while educating health professionals and actively funding and disseminating research. The number of people who suffer…
    The Migraine Trust, 52-53Russell SquareLondonWC1B 4HP
    020 76316 975 0845 6011 033
    Local Offer

    MS Helpline (Multiple Sclerosis Society)

    We can provide emotional support and information on: symptoms; current research; diagnosis; treatments; accessing services, support and benefits; and getting in touch with the MS community. Whatever your question or connection to MS we’re here to listen. We are not medically qualified and we’re not…
    0808 800 8000 - Free Phone

    The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign

    The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign is the leading UK charity focusing on muscular dystrophy and other related conditions. We are dedicated to beating muscular dystrophy and other related conditions by finding treatments and cures and to improving the lives of everyone affected by…
    Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, 61Southwark StreetLondonSE1 0HL
    0800 652 6352 (freephone) 020 7803 4800

    NAPAC (Supporting recovery from child abuse)

    NAPAC What we do The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) is the UK’s leading national charity offering support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse, including physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect. We run a national support line for…
    0808 801 0331 (10am-9pm Mon-Thu & 10am-6pm Fri)

    National Autistic Society Befriending and Mentoring Scheme

    National Autistic Society Befriending and Mentoring Scheme What is befriending? Our befrienders spend a few hours once a week or fortnight socialising with people in the home or out and about, doing activities like going to the cinema, walking or playing computer games. We also have e-befrienders, who…
    0115 8473536 07768 463 763

    The National Autistic Society Peterborough & District Branch

    CLUB 73 A social club for people with learning difficulties and disabilities aged 16 or over, who live within 15 miles of Peterborough City centre Are organising and hosting a Caribbean theme Family Fun Day and Party
    Millfield Community Centre, 3 New England ComplexLincoln RoadPeterboroughPE1 2PE
    Local Offer

    National Literacy Trust

    National Literacy Trust - One person in six has poor literacy. This means they can’t succeed at school, are locked out of the job market, can’t support their child’s learning and struggle with daily tasks such as filling in forms or reading labels on food…
    National Literacy Trust, 68South Lambeth RoadLondonSW8 1RL
    020 7587 1842

    Netbuddy

    Netbuddy There are a lot of great tips and suggestions for supporting people with special needs floating about on forums all over the internet. But how much of this information just gets lost into the Ethernet? We wanted to collect all these ideas in one…
    Local Offer

    Newlife Foundation - The Newlife Nurse Helpline

    Newlife Nurses Newlife Nurses are the gateway to information, grants and care. They man a national Helpline which supports and informs families, whether they have just been told of their child’s disability or need help accessing local services. The Newlife Nurse Helpline is free, confidential…
    0800 902 0095 - Monday to Friday 9.30am - 5.00pm (Wed 9.30am to 7pm
    Local Offer

    PACE (Positive Aspects of Coping with Endometriosis - Formerly PEG)

    Offering support and infomation to fellow sufferers and their families. Telephone contact with fellow sufferers, information library, fund raising, and meetings, sufferers, partners and friends all welcome. Meet last Wednesday of March, June and September from 8pm.
    Edith Cavell HospitalBrettonPETERBOROUGHPE3 9GZ
    01733 233222

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