247 Schizophrenia

This site providing guidance about schizophrenia is published by Janssen Pharmaceutica, NV Read more

3 Counties Counselling and Autism Assessment

Provides counselling for ages 14 - adult and autism screenings and assessments from ages 3 to adult. A service for home, schools and NHS referral serving Wiltshire, West Hampshire and East Dorset. Read more

3AC Weekly IT Club

An informal drop in session at the 3rd Age Centre for those who need help with smartphones, laptops or tablets Read more

A cup of Rosie Lee: Drop-In Dementia Cafe

A dementia friendly environment offering afternoon company at Oak Lodge Centre, 45 Freemantle Common Road, Bitterne, Southampton SO19 7NG. 3rd Tuesday of every month from 2pm - 4pm Read more

A new Breathing Space scheme will protect individuals with problem debt

A new Breathing Space scheme will protect individuals with problem debt, with those in mental health crisis to get further protections while they receive treatment. Read more

Abbeyfield Society

The Abbeyfield Society are a national charity helping to alleviate loneliness and isolation in older people by providing care, support, housing and dementia care. Read more

Ability Net: IT support at home for disabled people

Ability Net: IT support at home for disabled people Read more

Access Southampton

Southampton City Council’s Employment Support Team has been supporting clients and employers in Southampton since 1990. They work with adults and young people, supporting them to find and retain suitable paid or voluntary employment and/or training. Read more


AccessAble, the new name for DisabledGo, is Your Accessibility Guide - here to take the chance out of going out. 10,000s of places - visited in person. Read more


Read our policy on accessibility for our site Read more

Accessible Guide to Rights for People with Dementia

This accessible guide brings together facts about some of the key rights relating to dementia in the UK Read more

Accessible Information Standard

From 1st August 2016 onwards, all organisations that provide NHS care and / or publicly-funded adult social care are legally required to follow the Accessible Information Standard. The Standard sets out a specific, consistent approach to identifying, recording, flagging, sharing and meeting the information and communication support needs of patients, service users, carers and parents with a disability, impairment or sensory loss. Read more

Accessible sailing

Hosted by SWAC and Active Nation Read more

Accessible ways of contacting the police

How to contact The Hampshire Constabulary if you are deaf, hard-of-hearing, speech impaired or struggle with main contact methods. Read more


ACoRNS is a unique collaboration between Education and Psychology at the University and local schools who are interested in developing, researching, understanding, and sharing good practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum and their families. Read more

ACT Group

For family and friends of people who use Southern Health Mental Health services in Southampton. Mondays 10am-12pm.  There are 4 sessions over 4 weeks (you cannot join it part way through). At: College Keep, 4-12 Terminus Terrace, Southampton SO14 3DT By referral only. Read more

Action for Advocacy

Action for Advocacy Read more

Action for Asperger's

Charity providing counselling to neurotypical carers of individuals with Asperger's and those they care for Read more

Action for Blind People now part of RNIB

Outreach service supporting independent living for visually impaired Read more

Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis

If you need information or advice on living with pulmonary fibrosis, Action on Pulmonary Fibrosis are here to help. Phone: 01223 785725 Read more

Action on Addiction

Four-day Residential Programme for partners, parents and adult children of alcoholics and addicts. The family programme is designed specifically to offer help, support and understanding to anyone over the age of eighteen who has been affected by someone else’s misuse of drugs or alcohol. It offers a safe environment in which to begin to recover from the trauma that misuse can cause. Read more