Information and guidance
A Children's Centre is a safe place where local families with young children can go and enjoy facilities and receive support. The facilities and activities are designed especially for parents expecting a baby, or those with a child under 8 years old.
Finding the right type of childcare to suit you and your child is crucial, especially when there is so much to consider. There will be different options available in every area, so give yourself plenty of time to research them.
Find details of voluntary organisations and community groups that offer support and advice.
Find details of voluntary organisations and community groups that offer support and advice and things to do.
This section contains details of businesses and charities, which help people of all ages eat healthily. These organisations teach people about obesity, budgeting and healthy eating, or help to prepare healthy meals in your home.
Counselling and therapists offer a talking therapy that involves listening to you and helping you find ways to deal with emotional issues.
Find a crèche, where young children are cared for during the day while their parent or carer do something else on the same premises.
Day care for the elderly and people with dementia, learning disabilities or brain injuries. Day centres provide recreational activities for those that would like to socialise in a friendly and supportive environment.
Find advice on to deal with debt and manage your money.
Many Residential or Nursing homes can cater for those with dementia, however there are several who specialise in this type of care. This section contains details of Residential care and Nursing homes in Devon who specialise in caring for residents with dementia. Information on Care Quality…