Disability & Sensory Impairment

Active East Herts

Active East Herts

We are the Sport Development service for East Hertfordshire. You can use our service to help find a physical activity class or club to join to improve your physical wellbeing. We can help find a suitable option to fit your needs and help getting you active.


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Bishops Wellbeing CIC

Bishops Wellbeing CIC
Befriending Service

Operation Community is a project being delivered by Bishop's Wellbeing to provide support for anyone struggling with feelings of isolation or loneliness and provides easy access to further services that may be required.

Operation Community provides a range of support services suitable for all, including telephone befriending services, bubble befriending services.


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CVS for Broxbourne & East Herts

CVS for Broxbourne & East Herts
Building Better Opportunities

The aim of our service is to engage those with complex barriers to employment and support them into sustained employment, volunteering or education. All those taking part receive intensive one-to-one support to understand and address their barriers to learning and employment. They are offered skills to help them secure work experience placements, volunteering opportunities or apprenticeships.

Click 'DETAILS' for eligibility criteria and click 'REFER' to make a client referral.


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Hertfordshire County Council

Hertfordshire County Council
Services for Young People

Services for Young People is part of Hertfordshire County Council, providing targeted prevention and early intervention youth work projects and programmes, information, advice, guidance and work-related learning for 11 (year seven) to 17-year olds, up to 21 for care leavers and 24 for young people with learning disabilities (LD) and some other vulnerable groups.

We help young people with the issues which are important to them such as jobs, careers and education, relationships, sexual health, confidence, self-esteem, substance misuse, staying safe, housing and independent living skills.


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Herts Vision Loss

Herts Vision Loss

We provide help, support, advice and activities for people of all ages with varying degrees of sight loss.  From home visiting and befriending, to gadget and equipment demonstration, as well as many social support groups across Hertfordshire.  We also offer an advocacy service in partnership with Herts Help and support people in finding routes into employment or volunteering.  In addition, we have our ‘Hospital to Home Support’ for the visually impaired/blind for when they leave hospital, be it transport to get home, getting settled back in after a long stay, or support for living independently.  We also have a dedicated counselling service, offer support to schools and offer a range of training opportunities.  We accept referrals from all sources.

Click ‘REFER’ to make a referral and a member of the team will be in touch to discuss all available support options with the client/patient.


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Isabel Hospice

Isabel Hospice
Compassionate Neighbours

Compassionate Neighbours offers a group of trained neighbours who give up their time and companionship for local people struggling with loneliness and social isolation.  Our Compassionate Neighbours can really make a difference by offering:

  • Regular telephone support
  • Face to face meetings adhering to all social distancing measures
  • Assistance with basic errands.

To make a referral click 'REFER'.


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Mudlarks Community Garden

Mudlarks Community Garden
Mudlarks

Mudlarks is a Hertford based charity which supports adults and young people with learning disabilities and mental health issues. Through supported learning and meaningful work in the community, Mudlarks’ projects help people build confidence and self-worth, and develop important skills. Mudlarks runs five projects in Hertford - click DETAILS for more information and contact details.


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St Clare Hospice

St Clare Hospice
Compassionate Neighbours Project

This community-led project offers support for people living with a life-limiting illness or experiencing loneliness and isolation. Trained Compassionate Neighbours visit members of the community regularly to combat social isolation and offer a listening ear, companionship and emotional support. 

Please note:  We take great care to match referred people to volunteer neighbours, and sometimes there may be a delay in a volunteer being available.   We will acknowledge your referral and add in the notes what the status is, to keep you informed.


This service offers home visit services

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