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Care Provider Details

Company Name :
HIP head injured people in Cheshire
Telephone :
01244650522

Contact Details and Information

Email :
info@hipincheshire.org.uk
Website : (The link to the Provider's website will open in a new Tab.)
http://www.hipincheshire.org.uk/contact.html
Introductory Statement :
At HIP we help those who are living with a brain injury. There is a general lack of knowledge of the effects of a brain injury. There is no single problem. The magnitude and combination of impairments vary. The following provide an indication of the issues that we, our friends and family experience and manage:
Details about the Care Provider :
HIP in Cheshire provides information, local social activities, courses and mutual support to people with acquired head injuries, their families, friends and carers. The charity also holds monthly coffee mornings throughout Cheshire where members can meet new friends, socialise and support each other.

Acquired head injuries can affect people in many ways including speech and coordination, memory loss, physical impairments, emotional and mental health problems to name a few. The impact is wide ranging including some people being unable to return to work, loss of driving licence, negative impact on relationships, financial difficulties and above all isolation and loneliness. Everyone's experiences are unique, and each person's recovery is different but at HIP in Cheshire members come together to support each other, make new friends, enjoy social events and have the benefit of shared experiences.

HIP in Cheshire works hard to raise local awareness of head injuries and undertakes a variety of fundraising activities throughout the year.

Services Offered

Category Sub-Category Title
3. Students/Young AdultsCare, Carers and RespiteCarers groups
3. Students/Young AdultsInformation and other support servicesGeneral information services
3. Students/Young AdultsLong Term ConditionsPhysical disability
3. Students/Young AdultsLong Term ConditionsOther long term conditions: support and services
3. Students/Young AdultsLong Term ConditionsVisual or Hearing Impairment
3. Students/Young AdultsLong Term ConditionsNeurological conditions
3. Students/Young AdultsSocial ActivitiesIndoor activities
4. AdultCare, Carers and RespiteCarers groups
4. AdultInformation and other support servicesGeneral information services
4. AdultLong Term ConditionsNeurological conditions
4. AdultLong Term ConditionsOther long term conditions: support and services
4. AdultLong Term ConditionsPhysical disability
4. AdultLong Term ConditionsVisual or Hearing Impairment
4. AdultSocial ActivitiesIndoor activities
5. SeniorsInformation and other support servicesGeneral information services
5. SeniorsCare, Carers and RespiteCarers groups
5. SeniorsLong Term ConditionsAlzheimer's / Dementia
5. SeniorsLong Term ConditionsOther long term conditions: support and services
5. SeniorsLong Term ConditionsPhysical disability
5. SeniorsLong Term ConditionsVisual or Hearing Impairment
5. SeniorsLong Term ConditionsNeurological conditions
5. SeniorsSocial ActivitiesIndoor Activities
Make New Friends3. Students/Young adultsSocial Groups
Make New Friends4. AdultsSocial Groups
Make New Friends5. SeniorsSocial Groups