Charities for Vulnerable and Disabled People
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Headway – The Brain Injury Association
Headway Portsmouth and South East Hampshire provides advice, information and practical support to assist rehabilitation, and maximise recovery and independence. This community based intervention and prevention work in cognitive and social rehabilitation can significantly impact on the level of recovery for the person with brain injury by improving self esteem and confidence whilst maximising potential for long term independence, enabling people with brain injury to break the circle of support and moving on with their lives.
Sue Bowler is Chair of the Board of Directors of Headway Portsmouth and South East Hampshire.
Registered charity no. 1086140
Rose Road Association
The Rose Road Association has been working with children, young people and their families from across Hampshire and the surrounding counties since 1952.
The children who attend The Association have multiple and complex health needs and Rose Road believes in valuing individuals, celebrating achievement and respecting the choices of their young people.
Douglas Miller is Chair of Trustees for the Rose Road Association and Coffin Mew are sponsors of the annual Rose Road Triathlon.
Registered charity no. 276172
Hampshire Riding Therapy Centre
Hampshire Riding Therapy Centre is dedicated to the provision of riding therapy and tuition to adults and children with all kinds of disabilities and special needs. It has long been recognised that horse riding provides valuable therapy and self-confidence for people from all walks of life whatever their needs.
Annabelle Vaughan is a Trustee of the Hampshire Riding Therapy Centre.
Registered charity no. 1062253
Coffin Mew were appointed to Scope’s clinical negligence law firms’ panel in June 2015. Scope’s panel helps people looking for solicitors experienced in medical negligence litigation where medical intervention has resulted in impairment.
Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Scope provides support, information and advice to more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their families every year and raises awareness of the issues that matter.
Registered charity no. 208231
Naomi House & Jacksplace
Coffin Mew are proud to support Naomi House & Jacksplace as their Charity of the Year and were named as Naomi House & Jacksplace Outstanding Corporate Supporter at their 2015 Corporate Awards.
Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices provide expert care to more than 280 life-limited and life-threatened children, young people and their extended families from Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire, West Sussex, Surrey and the Isle of Wight.
Registered charity no. 1002832