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Found 15 services in category "Health and social care" in Neath Port Talbot

Riverside Centre, Riverside Walk, Port Talbot, SA13 1PH
01639 895202 enquiries@agecymruafannedd.org.uk

Daily Lunches; weekly armchair exercises, occasional bingo; monthly Solicitor and Tax Advisor; Monthly Chiropodist and Hairdresser. Information and Advice re community care, consumer issues, benefits entitlements and debt man...

Plasmarl House, 331, Neath Road, SA6 8JU
01792 799804 patbushell@haventrust.org

We offer residential accommodation supporting male SU's in abstinent drug and alcohol recovery and provide everything required for day to day living.

Baglan Community Centre, , , SA12 8PG
01639 813428 carol@tandance.org

For people with depression and anxiety, their partners and friends

NPT CVS, Alfred Street, Neath, SA11 1EF
07827 309 770 rhiannon.crocombe@deafblind.org.uk

Monthly support group for anyone with combined sight and hearing loss and their carers. Providing an opportunity to meet people and make friends. Activities vary each month from outings to guest speakers.

Elias Drive, Bryncoch, Neath, SA10 7TG
01639 773844 nicolahendry1@hotmail.com

We have Sunday services, bible study groups, Friday night kids club, Knitting club, sisterhood ands monthly meeting for folk with visual impairment

MND Office, London Road, Neath, SA11 1LE
01792 529675 headwaynpt@hotmail.co.uk

Support to Survivors of head injuries and their families. Monthly meetings of the Group and activities to include support of a clinical psychologist

21, Alfred Street, Neath, SA11 1EF
01639642277 information@nptcarers.org.uk

Service to identify carers and to provide carers in Neath Port Talbot with advice, information and support

NPTCVS, 17-19 Alfred Street, Neath, SA11 1EF
07827 309770 or 0800 132320 rhiannon.crocombe@deafblind.org.uk http://deafblind.org.uk/

A group for adults who are deafblind i.e. have some degree of both sight and hearing loss. Our support and social groups bring deafblind people together for companionship, to share advice and tips with each other, and to ha...

Ty Margaret Thorne , 17-19 Alfred Street, Neath, SA11 1EF
01639 631246 LizR@nptcvs.org.uk http://www.nptcvs.wales/

Community Companions are volunteers provided by NPTCVS and are here to offer friendship to anyone feeling lonely or isolated. The help they can provide is flexible and will depend on what the person being supported would like...

St Mary Church Hall, Shelone Road,, Briton Ferry, SA11 2NH
01639 680294 anngeorgee8@hotmail.co.uk

An exercise class aimed at the over 60s encouraging fitness, physical and mental agility, re-engaging following illness and involvement in social activities.