If you are a parent/carer and you feel you would like some support, then please click on this link to the Carer’s Trust in Warwickshire
Below is a link to a website where you can get help with your physical health.
Most of the things on this website are free and in easy read for you to print out at home!
You can also take a look at the Change 4 Life website where you can find some great and tasty recipe ideas or even easy ways to exercise! Click this link to go to the Change 4 Life website.
If you or someone you know is struggling with drug or alcohol misuse, check out the Change, Grow, Live website for further support.
Why not take a look at the SYDNI Centre website to see if there any fun activities to join in with.
You could also take a look at the Warwickshire Directory to see what local services are in your community.
We also work with Grapevine. Take a look at their website to see what they offer.
Scope have some great ideas about internet safety. If you need help with this, why not take a look!
Escape Arts, based at The Old Slaughterhouse in Stratford-upon-Avon, run creative workshops in the community. See their website for further details about current exhibitions and activities
As well as our regular workshops, Tyler House is home to many other activities in Stratford-upon-Avon. Take a look at their website to see what’s on.
The Carers Trust can support those in a caring role through workshops and 1-1 work. Follow this link to find out more.
Easy Health has easy read booklets about feeling good.
If you would like to talk to someone about feeling good, then you can speak to Mind and they are based all across South Warwickshire.
If you’re affected by poor mental health, why not try Rethink who are improving the lives of people with mental illness.
Alternatively, Sharp Minds can also offer young people support with complex emotional problems. Check out their website and see if they’re for you.
Learning and Work
There are loads of different places you can go to find out about getting into work or volunteering.
For Work or Employment:
Click to visit the Heart of England website
Click to visit the Remploy website
Click to visit the Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action website
For courses anyone aged 16-25:
Click to visit the Warwickshire Supported Learning Programmes website