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10 February 2016

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  • Advocacy Project (Winchester District)
    We provide advocacy in the Winchester district including rural areas. Trained volunteer advocates and paid advocates dedicate time and energy to enable individuals to speak up for themselves. They work principally with vulnerable people such as those who are long term sick, older people, disabled people or those who are in some way disadvantaged.
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  • Carers Together
    Computer Café, Listening Line, YCYS Support To Take A Break (Respite), Advocacy, Benefits Advice and help with filling out forms, we are a DWP Alternative office, Carers Groups, Drop-In Facilities, Half Yearly Network Meetings for consultations, Training Events, Direct Payments Support
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  • Choices Advocacy (South West Hampshire)
    Choices provide a variety of advocacy support which includes one to one, long and short term advocacy. Choices also supports self advocacy groups and provide person centred planning.
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  • Community Access Project
    To support clients to access the community and work towards targets they have set. This can help with moving home, starting college, claiming benefits, getting a job and attending the gym. Please contact our Project Manager for details.
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  • Deafblind UK (HQ)
    Free information & advice line. Formatted publications. Befriending, Advocacy, Caseworker, Holiday Caravan - free to members.
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  • ECHT
    Graphically orientated books, therapeutic activity, facilitated group discussion.
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  • Hamwic (Southampton) Speakers
    1. Acquire and develop public speaking skills, in a friendly and supportive environment with programmed opportunities, personal learning materials and feedback. 2. Practice opportunities for delivering prepared and impromptu speeches and giving constructive feedback to fellow members. Also opportunities to develop leadership skills by taking on club officer roles. 3. Apply your skills personally, socially or career-wise and 'experience the opportunity to voice your confidence'. Our club strap-line is ‘Gateway to confident communication’
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  • Solent Speakers Club
    Public Speaking Training and Practice
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  • The Princess Royal Trust for Carers in Hampshire
    Free and confidential service for unpaid carers.
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