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Volunteers Daphne and Charles awarded a short break in recognition of their voluntary work in Bournemouth for over 20 years

Daphne and her husband Charles are in their 80s and they have been helping the local community through volunteering for over 20 years. Following Help & Care’s nomination, the couple has been awarded a short break by Room to Reward.Read more.

Healthwatch Hampshire cited as good practice by the CQC

Healthwatch Hampshire has been cited as good practice by Healthwatch England and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for their work on promoting equality and human rights.Read more.

Help & Care appoints new Chairman of Trustees

As a charity, Help & Care relies on its Board of Trustees to provide strong governance. The role of the Board is to ensure that what we do is in line with our charitable objectives and that we operate within company and other laws.Read more.

'Healthwatch Network Awards 2017

Healthwatch (HW) Isle of Wight, West Sussex, and Dorset have been successful at the 'Healthwatch Network Awards 2017' for their outstanding contribution to health and social care in their local areas.Read more.

Life as an Advocacy Worker

As Help & Care celebrates 20 years of providing advocacy services, one of our advocacy & support workers Karen Taylor tells us what her job involves.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

Help & Care is celebrating 20 years of offering advocacy support to older people in Dorset.Read more.

Singing raises vital money 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 to Help & Care's Director of Services, Des Persse, at the Metropolitan Community Church in Pokesdown.Read more.

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