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

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  • Name
    Adult Mental Health team
    Description
    A team of approved social workers to offer advice and support to those affected by mental health issues.
  • Name
    Carer's Allowance
    Description
    Carer's Allowance is the main benefit for carers.
  • Name
    Disability North
    Description
    Advice and services including equipment and adaptation services for older people and those with a disability.
  • Name
    Family Gateway
    Description
    Family Gateway is an award-winning North East charity that is committed to using local people to deliver enterprising community-led solutions to family and child poverty.
  • Name
    Independent Age
    Description
    Advice, information and support for older people.
  • Name
    MS Society
    Description
    Advice, information and social activities for people who have multiple sclerosis.
  • Name
    Places for People
    Description
    Places for People individual support is a charitable registered social landlord providing housing, care and support services.
  • 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
    South Tyneside Blind Welfare Association
    Description
    The Association is a trust fund that awards grants to adults and/or children who are registered as blind or partially sighted with the local authority in South Tyneside.
  • Name
    South Tyneside Indigent Sick Society
    Description
    The charity can provide small, one-off grants for those with chronic or terminal illness, disabilities or serious health conditions.
  • Name
    St Vincent de Paul Society
    Description
    International Christian voluntary organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage.
  • Name
    Turn2us
    Description
    Helps people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help - online, by phone and face to face through our partner organisations.

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