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About InfoLink

What is Suffolk InfoLink? Suffolk InfoLink is an online directory of community information; local clubs, societies, community and voluntary organisations, childcare providers and services. Information on Suffolk InfoLink is provided by the organisations listed, not by Suffolk County Council. Even though a club, activity or service…

Accessibility out and about

Many venues offer special rates to older people or people with disabilities. DisabledGo have guides on venues across Suffolk. They show disabled and access features in easy to understand icons. The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed for UK cinemas by the UK…

Accessing and engaging in work, training, education or volunteering

If you are looking for job vacancies there are many specialist websites you can look at. You can also access many local and national newspapers online or read them at your local library. Returning to work Realise Futures Jobcentre Plus  National Careers Service all have…

Adaptations to your home

If you are disabled and need adaptations in your home to increase your independence and safety. The route for arranging these will depend on the type of adaptation required, and the tenure of your property. Updated May 2016

Adult social care in Suffolk

If you are a Suffolk resident and over 18, Suffolk County Council will be able to help if: you need help and advice for yourself or someone you care for you are already receiving care and support from Adult and Community Services (ACS) We may…

Advocacy

What is Advocacy? An advocate is someone who is independent of social services and the NHS, and who isn't part of your family or a close friend. Advocacy can support you to: make your opinions, views and concerns known find out about your rights and…

Affected by suicide or feeling suicidal?

If you have, have had, or know someone who has suicidal feelings you will find links on this page to practical and emotional support to help prevent someone taking their life. You will also find information and support if you have been affected by the…

Anxiety in children - information and advice for parents and carers

Tell us what you think about this section of the website by clicking on the feedback tab to the right of your screen. Spotting the signs of anxiety in children and young people The NHS Choices website has a useful section titled 'anxiety disorders in…

Assistive Technology

Or 'telecare' and 'personal alarms' Assistive technology (AT) - can help you to remain living independently and safely in your own home for longer.   It includes equipment that can:   be monitored remotely 24 hours by a control centre be answered by a live-in carer or partner…
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