Information and advice for the public and practitioners. Find out more about help in your home, moving into a care home, living with disabilities, your well-being and finances.
deafPLUS Hampshire offer training and employment support, including delivering Deaf Leadership courses, Leadership, Project management, Deaf history and BSL.
They can provide support in searching for employment and for preparing CV’s for Hampshire residents.
deafPLUS make home visits to demonstrate equipment following the recommendations made by their sensory officers. After the installations, visits are made to check all is well and clients are confident in using the equipment.
Home Benefits Advisers can visit clients at home to assist and advise over benefit claims.
A Mobile Advice Service (MAS) provides a wide range of information on all aspects of hearing loss including demonstration of equipment in the MAS van such as: amplified telephones, TV loops and many more.
The aim is for the community at large to have a greater awareness of what dementia is and how those who have been diagnosed might be feeling. People across the County are working to promote the need for understanding, clear communication, patience and support throughout Hampshire. Ultimately, the aim is to forge a community spirit in which people with dementia will be able to live independently for longer, but with help and support when they need it.
Enham Trust is a leading disability charity supporting both disabled and disadvantaged people in every aspect of their lives. Enham trust, is different. They believe in empowering their clients to exercise complete control over their lives.
It’s this approach that allows disabled clients to successfully transition from fully supported care to a life of choice, control and independence.
This website provides a range of useful information for people who may experience or be at risk of experiencing abuse, their families, carers, and anyone who works with people with health or social care needs. As well as general information on keeping safe and how to report concerns, there is also a dedicated area for professionals which provides access to a wide range of policy and practice guidance.
HWS is a not for profit Community Interest Company and independent social enterprise. HWS specialise in improving equality, diversity and inclusion in the health and social care sector. HWS offer five distinct and interrelated services through: research and consultations, training and knowledge, diverse and wellbeing services, language and interpretation, events and activities.
HWS are the bridge between individuals and health and social care professionals and help improve understanding of the services available to them. HWS support people, explain how to use services, reduce confusion around entitlement to health care and redress language, cultural and social barriers.
Hospice UK are the national voice of hospice care in the UK, working closely with their members to support their work and to advocate and raise awareness of hospice care.
The King’s Arms Youth Project, affectionately known as ‘KA’ to the young people, is a charity that has been set up to meet the needs of the young people of Petersfield and the surrounding villages. They run a range of different clubs for different age groups and have loads of cool things for them to do from arts and crafts, cooking or just having space to chill!
The Project want the young people of Petersfield to reach their potential and know their worth. The hope is that the young people will take ownership of the club and help to turn it into something that meets their needs and inspires them to get the best out of life!
Here, you can find a Register Office and register a birth or a stillbirth. You can change any details and correct any mistakes or add a fathers name to a birth certificate. Extra copies of certificates can be ordered and welcoming ceremonies arranged.
Trying to deal with more than one problem at a time, can make it difficult for families to get the right help and support. Although each family is different, many have issues relating to:
Crime and anti-social behaviour
Education, children not in school
Worklessness, adults on out-of-work benefits
Young people not in employment, education of training
Problems with drugs and/or alcohol
Physical or mental health problems
Domestic violence and abuse
Families at risk of homelessness or unmanaged debts
Young children failing to thrive
Unhealthy weight and/or malnutrition concerns
Supporting Families in Hampshire is a new way of doing things – providing extra practical help early on to stop problems getting worse.
We ask families about the things that are important to them, about the things that might help, and what we can do differently to support them.
YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people and empowering their parents and carers. We provide support for parents, training for professionals and a range of opportunities for young people to improve services and campaign for change. Young people are at the heart of everything we do