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Health conditions covered – Aim is a group on the Isle of Wight for adults (over 18) who have Autism or Asperger’s, also known as an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC). It is not a group for parents or carers, or professionals. AIM is a user lead group. This means that with support, people who have ASD will decide what happens in the group and help to run the group. This social group is aimed at helping people who have ASD who may feel lonely, or find it difficult to meet people and make friends. The group choose where to meet and what activities they do. We will support members to find people who have shared interests, and build friendships. We also have an advocacy group, to listen to what adults with ASD have to say about life on the Isle of Wight, and to make changes.
Heart2Heart is for people who have heart failure and their carers. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month in the cafe at the John Cheverton Centre at 10.30am
The Motor Neurone Disease Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focused on MND care, research and campaigning. We run a support group once a month at the John Cheverton Centre, which is a free drop in with tea and cakes! For more details please call Maureen on 01983 615701
IOW Hospice, Halberry Ln, Newport PO30 2ER
Supporting people affected by Muscular Dystrophy. Isle of Wight Branch Contact: Colin Baker Registered Charity 205395
We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. We also organise regular events and social activities. Join us – and meet other people affected by Parkinson’s in your area. We meet on the 1st Monday of every month at Arreton Community Centre – contact Pauline Hanson on 01983 752754 or email email@example.com
The Isle of Wight Support Group holds meetings at: Newport Methodist Church Hall Quay Street Newport IOW Time: 2pm – 4pm unless otherwise stated.
Working to improve the lives of sleep apnoea patients, their partners and their families. Managed by volunteers, SATA is regarded as the leading UK charity working in the field of Sleep Apnoea.
To provide emergency food and support for local people in crisis. There are six foodbank outlets on the Island: