Health & Fitness

 Many disabled people find it difficult to maintain their fitness because of impairment related reasons, or because many exercise or healthy eating regimes do not allow for their impairment. You can download a free gentle exercise programme from One Voice called...

Family & Parenthood

Family and parenthood Disabled Parents Network The Disabled Parents Network (DPN) is a national organisation of and for disabled people who are parents or who hope to become parents, and their families, friends and supporters They offer leaflets and information on a...

Sex and relationships

Dating and friendships Outsiders is an organisation for disabled people who want to meet or correspond with other disabled people, who may need advice or help regarding sex, or who may want support to gain their sexual or emotional independence. There is a...
Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services

Most services for mental health are accessed by referral from a GP or other professional.Community mental health teamsThere are two community mental health teams based around the city, Steps to Health in the North, and The Croft Resource Centre serving the South.The...
Getting a GP

Getting a GP

To be seen by a GP you have to register with their practice.You can get a list of GPs in Wolverhampton from:Wolverhampton CCGYou can call them for a list on 01902 444878.Or you can find out where there are GP surgeries near you that are accepting new NHS patients on...
GP/nurse-led out of hours service

GP/nurse-led out of hours service

If your GP surgery is closed, you can get urgent out-of hours medical help from Wolverhampton Doctors on Call. This is only available if your problem is urgent and you cannot wait until your GP surgery is open. The service runs and runs between 6.30pm and weekdays and...
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