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Assessment, diagnosis & post-diagnostic support for Adult ASD and Adult ADHD
Elderly Mentally Infirm (EMI) support system for CHESS Scheme for Nursing Homes
Bereavement Point offers hospitality and a listening ear to anyone who is affected by the death of a loved one and is coping with bereavement.
Support, resources and wellbeing help for carers developed in collaboration between Carers, NHS healthcare teams, CCGs, Local Authorities and the University of Warwick
Information for Carers in Coventry and Rugby
Children & Young People’s Occupational Therapy Service (Coventry) / Integrated Disability Service (Warwickshire)
Formerly Child Development Service (CDS)
Guide for crisis management in adults and young people
Guidance and information regarding referral and carer support
Coventry and Rugby have an Admiral nurse service in conjunction with the NHS Coventry and Rugby CCG, Dementia UK and Coventry University.
Dementia is a syndrome (a group of related symptoms) associated with an ongoing decline of the brain and its abilities.
The Dementia Pop Up Clinics run by the Alzheimer’s Society offer appointments at practices across Coventry and Rugby.
Support services for adults and families who are impacted by drugs or alcohol.
Support services for young people who get into difficulties with drugs or alcohol.
Early Intervention in Psychosis (age 14-65 years) and Psychosis Management
About Health Visitors and the Health Visiting Service
Government advice on management of vulnerable patients in heatwave situations.
A specialist Occupational Therapy led service, providing holistic assessments, interventions, and practical and psychological support to individuals who compulsively hoard.
IAPT services are for people with mild, moderate and moderate to severe, symptoms of anxiety or depression.
The Mental Capacity Act states that a person lacks capacity if they are unable to make a specific decision because of an impairment of the functioning of mind or brain.
A list of useful self help resources
A local pilot based on a national programme to support bereaved parents following death in pregnancy and childhood
Parkinson's disease is a condition in which parts of the brain become progressively damaged over many years. It can cause a wide variety of both movement (motor) and non-motor symptoms. Management becomes more complex as the disease progresses.
Perinatal mental health problems are those which occur during pregnancy or in the first year following the birth of a child.
Psychosis is a mental health problem that causes people to perceive or interpret things differently from those around them.
Rethink Mental Illness provides a wide range of employment services to people with mental illness to help individuals access employment, retain their jobs and regain their self-confidence and independence.
The integrated specialist child and adolescent mental health service supports children & young people with mental health difficulties (including mental illness).
All veterans are entitled to priority access to NHS care (including hospital, primary or community care) for conditions associated with their time within the armed forces (service-related)