We have compiled a brief list of other helpful organisations which may be able to assist you or at least provide you with further information in relations to care and support services which are available to adults and older persons. Kent Home Care Live in Care provide a range to meet the needs of our live in customers which may suffer from certain medical conditions. Get in Touch with Kent Home Care to discuss your specific Live in Home Care requirements by using our contact us form.
The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre (MSRC) is a proactive and innovative charity, passionately committed to supporting anyone affected by Multiple Sclerosis through access to unbiased information and advice. Our approach is to encourage individuals to make choices that are appropriate to their daily lives, empowering them to maximise their potential.
Arthritis Care is the UK’s leading charity working with and for people with all forms of arthritis. We offer people with arthritis the information and support they need to make informed choices about managing their arthritis, to reach their potential in society and to fully participate in their communities.
The vision of the Motor Neurone Disease Association is a world free of motor neurone disease (MND). The Association’s mission is to fund and promote research to bring about an end to this devastating disease. Until then, the Association will do all that it can to enable everyone with MND to receive the best care, to achieve the highest quality of life possible, and to die with dignity. The Association also supports the families and carers of people living with MND.
The Association provides advice, practical and emotional support to all people affected by MND through its MND Connect helpline service, its volunteer-led branches and groups, and a national programme of care centres and networks across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Association also helps to influence national and regional policy with regard to MND and can provide some financial support where statutory services cannot help.
Scope is a charity working with disabled people in England and Wales. Call free on 0808 800 3333.
The Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) is the only user led, national charity for spinal cord injured people. It offers support and assistance from the time of injury and for the rest of a paralysed person's life, providing services to increase an individual's quality of life, support the families of newly injured people and increase knowledge and awareness of the causes and consequences of spinal cord injury. SIA also campaigns for the best medical and social care for spinal cord injured people.