The autism service provides outcome-focussed, time-limited support to an adult with an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC), and their family and carers, and who does not have a learning disability.
If you are worried about your own, or someone else’s drinking, our useful links and services can provide you with expert information, support and guidance.
Information and useful links about counselling and bereavement services.
Information on NHS dental services available in Warwickshire.
Information, advice and support for the victims of domestic violence.
This area provides information for people who are experiencing problems with drugs.
Information on health checks. A national programme run by the NHS via local GPs.
We are actively engaged in liaising with the health sector, with the aim of protecting people’s health and reducing the impact of infectious diseases, chemical, poisons, radiation hazards, and other health related threats.
Information and advice on healthy eating and healthy weight.
Information on immunisation and screening services available in Warwickshire.
Keeping warm is a vital part of keeping well in the winter particularly for older people, the young and those with chronic illness.
Information on physical activity opportunities in Warwickshire.
Information and advice to help you make plans for the support you will need when you return home from hospital.
Find out information and advice on spotting the signs and symptoms of dementia, reducing your risks, how to support someone with dementia and how to live well with the condition if you have had a diagnosis yourself from the new Coventry and Warwickshire Living Well With Dementia Portal.
It is estimated that one in four people living in the UK will be affected by problems regarding their mental wellbeing at some point in their lives. Find out more about mental health and the help available to you.
Information from the National Health Service (NHS) on conditions, treatments, local services and healthy living.
Occupational therapy helps to solve the problems that interfere with your ability to do everyday living tasks, for example, dressing . OTs can also look at ways to prevent a problem or minimize its effects, by working with you to maintain your safety at home.
Safe Places are community places (e.g. a shop, community centre) where you can go to get help if you feel unsafe or at risk when you are out and about.
Find the answers to all your sex and relationship questions here.
Information on the services available to you to help you stop smoking.
Information and advice for older people, carers, people with a learning disability, mental health problem, physical disability or sensory disability.
Information and advice on: adopting a child, fostering a child, protecting children, children in care, disabled children, carers and family support and youth offending service.
Caring can be very rewarding, but it can also be isolating and very tiring, physically and emotionally. We have developed strong working relationships with a number of organisations, providing a range of services.
Information and data on our health and wellbeing strategies and performance.