YourSpace 1 month ago
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
Our meetings are there to create a space where you can talk freely about how you are feeling. It's quite informal. We provide mutual support, offer advice and share information. It's a peer lead group, non of us are mental health professionals and what is said at the meeting is strictly confidential. At the moment we average around 5 to 8 attendees, male and female. We understand it can be quite daunting attending a group for the first time. If you decide that you would like to come along it may be worth coming slightly earlier to help you to settle you in. Also if you are under the Crisis Team or have a CPN or SW, you advice them of your intension to join. Hope this helps. Ruth Group Facilitator.
Alice 1 month ago
What happens at a meeting? What can I expect if I go to the meeting at Sainsbury’s cafe, I’ve never been to a group like this before
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AphasiaNow 8 months ago
also see comment further down
If you have been diagnosed with Aphasia you would be very welcome to join us - please contact us via the 'contact' form on our website AphasiaNow.org
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LidiaBee 1 year ago
Sounds very relaxing :) what a lovely way to spend the day. Love our libraries :)
Jigsaw piece 1 year ago
I like the sound of Pod Casting.
Liam Daniels 1 year ago
What an inspirational story.
Richard Holmes 1 year ago
People helping people. You're both inspirations.
Cyril Bunt 1 year ago
Today is my first time at the drop in and I would like to help anybody share their good news stories.
Ceri 1 year ago
Thanks Marc. They arr, Ive also been in touch. Encouraging Ellie. It's so hard getting folk to understand there needs to be an exception to the proposed ban.
Marc Griffiths 1 year ago
Thanks for posting this - I checked out @CPTeensUK and they're doing some good stuff so I've started following them!
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