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Living Better Lives (ASC)

Care services for adults

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Our Living Better Lives directory of services below lists local, regional and national organisations that can offer support and care for adults.

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Need to talk to someone for advice about the right support for you, a friend or relative to live a better life?

Our team of trained advisers is here to help guide you to the right support to help you remain independent.

Contact us by emailing LetsTalk@southtyneside.gov.uk or call 0191 424 6000.


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  • Name
    deafPLUS
    Description
    deafPLUS is a registered charity working to encourage integration and equality between deaf and hearing people in all areas of life.
  • Name
    Healthwatch South Tyneside
    Description
    Healthwatch South Tyneside is your dedicated consumer champion, working with users of local NHS and social care services to hear about your experiences, identify any issues or problems and help generate improvements. The feedback and suggestions from local people will be used to shape health and social care services in South Tyneside.
  • Name
    IMCA, Your Voice Counts
    Description
    Advocacy service for anyone suffering with dementia, learning disability or mental health difficulties.
  • Name
    Momentum Skills North East
    Description
    The organisation offers vocational rehabilitation services for people aged over 16 years with acquired brain injury or neurological conditions.
  • Name
    SENDIASS
    Description
    South Tyneside Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) offers free and impartial information, advice and support to parents/ carers, children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
  • Name
    Sight Service
    Location
    South Tyneside Resource Centre
    Description
    Supporting people with visual impairment in Gateshead, South Tyneside and surrounding areas to enjoy the quality of life others take for granted.
  • Name
    Your Voice Counts
    Description
    Your Voice Counts helps people with learning difficulties find out about different services and organisations that can support them.

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