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  1. Be Well, Feel Well: Control

    Control, one of the 12 'emotional needs', is the focus in January to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing. To meet the need for control, we need to feel that we have some say over our lives and personal choices. It can…
  2. Behaviour Support Resources

    The resources and services detailed within this section of the website site aim to support parents/carers of SEND children with many typical behavioural issues.   For more information or support, you can view the service page for the Social, Emotional and Mental Health Service here. 
  3. Bereavement and young people

    Losing someone important to you is one of the hardest things to experience in life. If you're young, bereavement can be even more difficult. But support and advice are available to help you get through it. Your teenage years can be a lot of fun,…
  4. Cambridgeshire, Essex and Norfolk websites

    Last updated: 19/03/2021 If you live near the border of Suffolk, the websites below may be useful: Cambridgeshire Cambridgeshire County council  Cambridgeshire Directory of services  - Local clubs, organisations and support groups: Essex Essex County council www.essexconnects.org.uk - Local clubs, organisations and support groups: Norfolk Norfolk County council Norfolk Directory…
  5. Care and Dementia

    Find information and advice on care and support for adults on the Suffolk County Council website Search for care and dementia organisations that can help support your family. More information coming soon...
  6. Care Homes and Home Care in Suffolk

    Find Care Homes in Suffolk along with their CQC rating  Find Home Care in Suffolk along with their CQC rating Find Nursing Homes in Suffolk along with their CQC rating You can also search with keyword and postcode to find a care home or home care near you:…
  7. Care, Education Treatment Reviews (CETR)

    CETRs are focused on those children and young people who either have been, or may be about to be admitted to a specialist mental health / learning disability hospital either in the NHS or in the independent sector. CETRs bring together those responsible for commissioning…
  8. Carers

    Many people do not think of themselves as carers. If you spend time looking after a relative, child, partner or friend who is frail or has a physical or learning disability or mental health problem, then you are a carer. There is lots of help…
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