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Dementia Cafe

Evangelical Church Greatfield Road Kidderminster

Dementia Cafe - Kidderminster

People with Dementia and their carers, family and friends
3rd Friday of the month
3rd Friday of the month
01562 823800
Kidderminster Evangelical Church
Greatfield Road

Depression Alliance

Depression Alliance has set up Friends in Need as a way for people affected by depression, or supporting someone with depression, to talk online and meet up with groups in their local area.

Depression Support Group

A friendly and supportive group that is held the first Thurdsday of every month at the Holy Innocents Community Hall in Kidderminster from 11am - 1pm. Run by people who have experienced depression, there is no commitment to arrive at 11am or stay for the duration. Different presenters every time. £2 per session to cover the cost of the hall. Please note, May 2016 only is the second Thursday of the month.
First Thursday of the month
11am - 1pm
Ross Wilde

Detailed Benfits Guide for 2020

A detailed Benefits Guide for 2020 that will be updated regularly to keep up with all the future changes.
01282 816121

Diabetes UK Midlands

Fred Holland Centre at Aylmer Lodge Hume Street Kidderminster.Ask for a referral from your nurse / doctor to attend the training centre there.

Diabetics UK Careline

Diabetes UK has active support groups working locally all over the United Kingdom.


Dial South Worcestershire

Dial South Worcestershire is an independent, free, impartial and confidential information, advice and welfare benefit service for disabled people, their families, carers, friends and relevant professionals.


Disability Action Wyre Forest

An Independant group run by disabled and non disabled volunteers to promote better access for all & raise disablity awareness.
Mr Lawley


Many of us know what it is to be older, or to have a disability, because it has happened to us or to someone close to us. At the Disabled Living Foundation (DLF), we’re here to help.

We are the UK’s leading source of impartial information and expert advice on independent living. A national charity, we have built up over 40 years an unparalleled range of information on daily living equipment and other useful advice for people who might need some help in living their live to the full.

With a huge range of equipment available, sometimes it can be confusing. How do you know what is available? Where do you go to buy equipment? How do you know what is right for you? How do you know if a supplier is reputable? DLF provides all the answers to these questions.
0300 999 0004