Other health services
Adults registering as disabled
Being registered as disabled can help you get concessions and benefits, such as travel, parking and TV licence concessions.
For information on how to register as disabled see our adults registering as disabled page.
Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability what affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people and how they experience the world around them.
For information and support for people with Autistic Spectrum conditions and their carers visit our Autism spectrum condition page.
If you are worried about your memory or you receive a diagnosis of Dementia it can be a worrying time and you may be feeling confused and concerned about your future. It is important to realise that you can live a healthy and active life with the help and support of organisations in your local area.
More information on help and support for people with dementia and their carers can be found on our living with dementia page.
Hearing loss, sight loss and British Sign Language
Information, advice and services for people with hearing loss and sight loss can be found on our hearing loss, sight loss and British Sign Language section.
For information, advice and support for people with learning difficulties visit our learning difficulties page.
Mental health and emotional wellbeing
For information and advice on mental health and encouraging positive wellbeing visit our mental health and emotional wellbeing page.
South Gloucestershire Employment Network
The employment network is a group set up to ensure that the most disadvantaged adults in South Gloucestershire can find paid employment. More information can be found on our South Gloucestershire employment network page.
Support for stroke survivors and their carers
We support people who are recovering from a stroke, and their carers, with a range of projects and activities. For information on support services visit our support for stroke survivors and their carers page.
Local health services
To find local health services near you visit the NHS website find services near you page.