Directory Category: Health
The CIC has been set up to raise funds to provide the Stride 3-pronged exercise/eating/stress management coaching to targeted groups – people who are limited in life due to either their social situation, financial position or health condition, physically
The Bladder and Bowel Community is the UK wide charity for people with bladder and bowel control problems. B&BF provides information and support services, including a confidential helpline, for anyone affected by these conditions as well as their
Home Delivery Service 0800 031 5406
Doris Jones is a privately run home care provider. We run services in the homes of predominantly elderly clients in the Southend area. Service include: Home Help, personal care, rehabilitation and gentle exercise, support worker service and companionship.
Welcome to the Emotional Well-being and mental health service for young people up to the age of 18, or up to the age of 25 if they have special educational needs, living in Essex.
The type of support will vary depending on the type of concern and the severity. All of the direct support options aim for young people to meet their own goals. They include
Sign-posting to other organisations such as Big White Wall
Face to face therapy either individually or in groups
Self referral – call 0300 300 1600 to access the EWMHS during working hours.For the out of hours crisis support, please call the general NELFT switchboard on 0300 555 1201 and ask for the EWMHS Crisis Support Service.
Working across the life span we empower our clients and build their self-esteem, as well as give them the insight and tools needed to take control of their health and wellbeing. As a result, we aid them to maximise their health and achieve their full potential. Our mantra is ‘Be More’, as we believe that by enabling people to tap into their resources, gives them the opportunity to grow as individuals – regardless of their age, and past/current circumstances.
The foundation of our provision stems from positive psychology and wraps around the NHS five elements of wellbeing; Connecting with others, being active, continued learning, giving to others, and mindfulness.
In support of these elements our staff and associates have expertise in positive psychology, psychotherapy, occupational therapy, and coaching interventions.
All of our work is based on the most effective disciplines of health and personal development. Focus is given to individual strengths and facilitating skill-sets, aiding achievement and fulfilling potential, as well as promoting good mental and physical health.
We offer whole person health care through a faith community. Supporting people towards this who may have questions about things GP or district nurse donnt have time for. Also able to give people time and reassurance etc. Activities include Health education.