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Click here to REGISTER with Suffolk Carers Matter What is Agoraphobia?             Someone who has agoraphobia fears open or crowded spaces because it makes them feel trapped, helpless, and...

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The Seagull Theatre – Dementia Carer’s Consultation

Carers sometimes find that getting out of the house is difficult when they have so many responsibilities at the home of the person they...

Wheelchair Friendly Restaurants in Suffolk

Caring for someone who is wheelchair bound can be difficult at times. This is especially the case if you aren’t aware of wheelchair accessible...

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Try out this delicious Spanish dish an evening this week for a healthy and filling meal! Serves: 4               ...

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Our five-year-old daughter Addie acquired a brain injury in 2014. Life has certainly not been the same since. Living with daily, uncontrollable seizures and a complete change in personality makes family life more challenging, especially for Addie's twin sister Izzy. Finding the right kind of support has been difficult and there aren't enough facilities to give Addie the life she deserves. She doesn't attend any after-school/weekend clubs because of her complex needs and her life is markedly different to that of her sister's. it's heart-breaking. My hope for the future is that one day there will be more opportunities for awesome children like Addie to excel.

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