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Tettenhall Wood School - Autism Outreach Service

Tettenhall Wood School Outreach Service offers support to mainstream and specialist settings across Wolverhampton working with pupils that have a diagnosis of Autism. As Wolverhampton Local Authority's designated special school…
 01902 556519

Thomas Pocklington Trust

Thomas Pocklington Trust is a leading provider of housing and support for people with sight loss. The Trust offers people who are blind or have sight loss the support and encouragement to lead an independent life, based on their…
 National Office: 0208 9950880

Together for Short Lives

49,000 children and young people are living in the UK with health conditions that are life-shortening or life-threatening—and the number is rising.  We are the leading UK charity that speaks out for all children and young people who are…
 Office/Urgent Enquiries: 0117 989 7820  Helpline: 0808 8088 100

The UK Sepsis Trust

The UK Sepsis Trust was founded in 2012 by a world leader in Sepsis, NHS consultant Dr Ron Daniels. We are a UK based grassroots charity passionate about mending sepsis. Sepsis is a life threatening condition that arises when the body’s…
 0800 389 6255

UNIQUE (Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group)

Discovering that you or your child has a rare chromosome disorder or an autosomal dominant single gene disorder causing your child's learning disability, developmental delay and maybe other symptoms can come as a great shock. You might…
 Helpline: 01883 723356

Vaccinations in Pregnancy

There are 2 important vaccinations to think about during pregnancy. They are whooping cough and flu. Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Young babies with whooping cough are often very unwell and most will be admitted to hospital because of…

Vaccinations: Baby & Young Child

Babies will require routine vaccinations from 2 months of age onwards. The routine vaccinations offered are important for the child’s health because they will protect them from a variety of serious diseases such as measles, mumps,…

Vaccinations: Children (12-18)

HPV Vaccine All girls between the ages of 12 -18 years are offered the human papilloma vaccine (HPV) for free, it helps protect them against cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in females under the age of 35. The…

Versus Arthritis

The word arthritis is used to describe pain, swelling and stiffness in a joint or joints. Arthritis isn’t a single condition and there are several different types. Around 10 million people in the UK are thought to have arthritis. It can…
 Helpline: 0800 5200 520  Office: 0300 790 0400

Vitamins and Supplements in Pregnancy

During pregnancy your body needs certain vitamins such as folic acid. In Wolverhampton, all pregnant and breastfeeding women and children can receive healthy start vitamins for free from midwives or health visitors. Here you can find…
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