Welcome to the Healthwatch Directory
Welcome to the Healthwatch directory, delivered in partnership with HIVE Portsmouth. You’ll find regularly updated information on health and social care services, voluntary and community sector activities in Portsmouth.
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Saga SOS, Freepost SEA13556, Middleburg Square, FolkestoneCT50 1PD
National charity making custom equipment for independent living
D9 Chaucer Business Park, Sevenoaks, KentTN15 6YU
They provide short-term loans of mobility aids to people in need.
Mobility Aids, 338 Commercial RoadPO1 4BT
Learn to read in 3 months
John Pounds Centre, 23 Queen StreetJohn Pounds Centre 23 Que
An access guide for the John Pounds Centre is available at DisabledGo.com
Personal alarms to help you live safely and independently
Swaythling Housing Society Ltd, Collins House, Bishopstoke Road, EastleighSO50 6AD
When you press the alarm, a call is made to the responder service. They will speak to you to find out what kind of assistance you need. For deaf or hard of hearing customers, the alarm can use BT Type Talk.
Independent access to locked accessible toilets around the UK
Team works with adults with range of sight and hearing loss. The team can provide advice and techniques to promote independence and safety whilst [...]
164-168 Fratton Road, PortsmouthPO1 5HD
Civic Offices, Guildhall SquarePO1 2EP
PAB is your local charity supporting blind and partially sighted people living in the Portsmouth area.
Portsmouth Deaf Centre, 279 Arundel StreetPO1 1LX
Audio recorded local news
The Stacey Centre, Walsall RoadPO3 6DN
Equipment and tools for people with arthritis or reduced grip
Recruit and manage your own care and support staff
Daily Living, OT & Physiotherapy Aids
Independent occupational therapy.
11 Chesterton Gardens, Cowplain, WaterloovillePO8 8SY
Home delivery of frozen meals ready to heat in the oven or microwave
Oakhouse Foods Ltd, Melksham, WiltshireSN12 8BU
Brochures are available in large print or audio. Pureed meals are available for those on a soft-food diet, and you can choose mini-meals if you have a small appetite. A range of low calorie, low salt or diabetic options are also available.
Gift ideas for people with dementia
A free and easy way to make sure emergency services have all the information they need to help you.
Free service from the British Red Cross
British Red Cross, 338 Commercial RoadPO1 4BT
Hot meals delivered to you at home every lunchtime.