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New dates for free carer workshops in 2016

A new timetable for free carer workshops taking place across Dorset has been released. The workshops tackle issues such as memory loss, first aid and financial matters... Read more.

People with long-term health conditions offered new online service

A new FREE online service is being offered to people in Dorset who have long-term health conditions. The programme from My Health My Way, a personalised support service delivered by Bournemouth-based charity Help & Care, aims to... Read More.

Help & Care shortlisted for social enterprise award

Help & Care is excited to announce that it has been shortlisted for Social Enterpise Mark's 'Making a Mark Award 2016'.We would appreciate it if you could spare a few moments to vote for us... Read more.

Singing raises vital funds for Help & Care

Wessex Chorus community choir has raised £1875.62 for Help & Care's vital volunteering services. On Tuesday 12th April, the Director of the choir, Martin Arthur, presented a cheque... Read more.

Help & Care will continue to provide Wayfinders and Champions across Dorset

Help & Care is delighted to announce it has been selected to provide the Wayfinders and Champions service, as part of the Partnership for Older People Programme (POPP), across Dorset for a further five years... Read more.

20 years of supporting older people through advocacy

Launched in June 1996, the service started as a way of helping people to exercise their own choices especially when it came to their future lives such as choosing a care home. Read more.

Help & Care wins award for social impact

Help & Care, a charity based in Pokesdown, has been awarded the ‘Making a Mark’ 2016 award by the only internationally available social enterprise accreditation body, Social Enterprise Mark CIC. Read more.

20 years of advocacy support for older people

Launched in June 1996, the service started as a way of helping people to exercise their own choices especially when it came to their future lives such as choosing a care home. Read more.