Focus of Male Uprising is to increase awareness and promote education around the symptoms and treatment of prostate, bowel and testicular cancers.
Specialist learning centre where children can go after school to boost their maths skills and confidence.
Guernsey Voluntary Service. Meals delivered daily to all the housebound who need it, not just the elderly. Clients pay a small charge for the service. Referral needed by doctor or other medical professional.
Contracted by the States to provide secondary healthcare for the Bailiwick of Guernsey. Care is free at the point of delivery, although patients can opt to self-pay or obtain private healthcare insurance.
Assess, diagnose, treat and offer support to individuals who have ongoing memory problems.
Simple idea designed to encourage people to keep their basic personal and medical details on a standard form and in a common location - the fridge. All Emergency Services are aware of the scheme, and it saves them valuable time when helping people.
A range of online YouTube videos created by health professionals. Relaxation, meditation and wellbeing.
A youth club for youngsters with varying special needs (both physical and learning) between the ages of 9 and 21. The group aims to develop the youngsters confidence and self esteem to help them build friendships and help with social interaction.
Assistance, information, research and counselling.
Offer support for people affected by myeloma and associated plasma cell disorders. Contact group leader for details of group meetings.