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Well being Exeter - Groups

smiling_patientClyst Caring Friends is a local charity providing much needed services within the Hill Barton , Broadfields, Whipton , Pinhoe & Broadclyst areas. They can provide transport to the patients to attend -

  • Day Centre in Broadclyst
  • Bathing facility at the day centre
  • Monthly Luncheon club in Broadclyst
  • Weekly coffee morning in Pinhoe
  • Provides social stimulation
  • Provides carer relief and support

 

If you interested in attending the day centre or know someone who could benefit please speak to the reception team, district nurse team or telephone 01392 456364 

Volunteer Drivers are wanted for Clyst Caring Day Centre - Anyone interested please contact Ann 01392 464940 at Clyst Caring and she will explain the position. If you can offer a few hours each month, fortnight , week the charity would love to hear from you. 

We are constantly striving to improve the standard of our service and we would welcome people to be involved in the patient liaison group.  Please ask at reception for details.

 WELLBEING EXETER

Wellbeing Exeter is a partnership of public, voluntary and community sector organisations who have come together to explore better ways of supporting the 40% of patients who visit their GP with socially based rather than medical problems.

Our particular approach offers social prescribing, in combination with asset-based community development to provide firm foundations to enable individuals and communities to improve and promote their own health and wellbeing.

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In April 2018 we expanded to work with all Exeter’s 16 NHS GP Practices, and allocated a Community Builder to every Exeter ward. The community Builder for the Barton and St Loyes area is Joshua Hamilton, stloyescb@gmail.com 

 https://www.wellbeingexeter.co.uk/ Please use this link to find out more.



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