The Wythenshawe Directory - 'Support Services'
The National Autistic Society Adult Service
Support services for adults with autism and their families. Structured day programmes. Bespoke outreach support in the home, community, work or education settings. Specialist training services and packages. Residential and supported living service
NA is a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.
Manchester Mental Health And Social Care Trust
Team of community psychiatric nurses working with people over 65 years of age.
Name: Deirdre McLaughlin
Address: CPN Office (old age) Hall Lane Resource Centre Hall Lane Baguley M23 1WD
Phone: 945 6287
Provide all services for people with learning disabilities from age 17+ years. We offer physical activities and advocacy.
Manchester Joint Health Unit
A policy unit jointly funded by Manchester City Council and Manchester Primary Care Trust to work in partnership with other organisations in the city to improve health and reduce health inequalities between the city and the rest of the country.
Manchester Adult Placement
Recruits members of the public to become carers for vulnerable adults. Provides training, support & monitoring. Fees paid.
Name: Dot Ainscough
Address: Crossacres Resource Centre 1 Peel Hall Road Wythenshawe M22 5DG
Phone: 437 3953
Fax: 437 8831
The Harvest Centre
A range of activities, therapies and computer courses/training with emphasis on healthy living and easy learning catering, especially for the over 50s.
Name: David Bown
Address: Bowland Road Baguley Manchester M23 1LE
Phone: 437 9328
Expert Patient Programme
Local courses for anyone living with a long-term health condition. By taking part in an Expert Patient course you’ll learn new skills in managing your health condition, develop more confidence in the daily management of your specific condition, meet others and share experiences, and learn about developing more effective relationships with health professionals. The courses […]
Phone: 217 4313
Community Health Trainers
Manchester Community Health Trainers can help you find ways to get more active in your daily life and to look at areas where you are tempted into unhealthy habits. They work with you to find different ways in which you can become healthier. They spend time with you, listen and provide a friendly, confidential, one-to-one […]
Name: Alex Connors
Phone: 435 3524
If you seem to be having trouble with your drinking, or if your drinking has reached the point where it worries you a bit, you may be interested to know something about Alcoholics Anonymous and the A.A. programme of recovery from alcoholism. Call for more information and details of local meetings