Tourettes Information & Support

About

Tourettes Action (TA) services include a helpdesk, support groups, identity cards and school passports, events, grants, resources and an e-newsletter. They welcome contact from people with Tourette's Syndrome as well as their friends, family and any professionals who are seeking information and guidance.

TA Helpdesk is available via:
-Live chat for instant support from Monday-Friday 10.00am–3.00pm.
-Online contact form
-Email to request a response or call back (they will endeavour to get back to you within 48 hours).
Please note that the Helpdesk does not give diagnoses or advice on medications.

Online Support Groups (via Zoom):
Each meeting has a maximum capacity of 20 participants, therefore early booking is encouraged to secure a place and is for parents, adults and teenagers. Please visit the website to view their Calendar of Events with all Online Support Group dates.
-Parents Coffee Morning meet 10.00-11.00am every other Thursday.
-Adult Support Group meet 7.30-8.30pm once a month on Wednesdays.
-Dads/Male Role Models Group meet 8.00-9.00pm once a month on Thursdays.
-Parent/Care Giver Evening Group meet 7.00-8.00pm once a month on Tuesdays.
-Teen Support Group (for teens with Tourette’s aged 13-17 years)
-Q&A Informal Drop-In Session with TA's Online Support Group Leader (sessions are open to everyone).

About Tourettes Action

Tourettes Action is the leading support and research charity for people with Tourette Syndrome (TS) and their families. They want people with TS to receive practical support and social acceptance. Contact: Pippa McClounan, Communications and Projects Manager

Find out more

Tourettes Action

Telephone
0300 777 8427

Email
help@tourettes-action.org.uk

Website
http://www.tourettes-action.org.uk/

Location

The Meads Business Centre
19 Kingsmead
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 7SR

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Rushmoor Link Community Directory

Welcome to the Rushmoor Link community directory. This is the place to find very local information about activities, groups and community services. Whether you are looking for support, to improve your health and wellbeing, socialise more, get active, learn something new or find a place to meet, Rushmoor Link is a good place to start.

How to get started. Choose a category. Information is sorted into categories by service or organisation name. The directory focuses on what is available locally through statutory, community and voluntary organisations.

Next step. Once you have hit the category button, scroll through the results. You can use the keyword search to narrow down the information (e.g., dementia, Aldershot, football).

It’s a simple system packed full of information. We recommend you do not use punctuation marks like commas (,) or apostrophes (’).

Spotted a mistake or something is missing? Please do contact us if you are aware that any information is incorrect or missing via info@rvs.org.uk.

If you are looking for information about adult residential care or care at home care, please visit Connect to Support Hampshire. There you can find information about care providers as well as advice and guidance to help you stay safe and well.

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