An overview of health issues is available from CitizensAdvice.
If you have health problems that were caused whilst serving in the armed Forces you may be entitled to priority treatment. For more information click here.
An A-Z of easy-to-read guides on health issues written for people with learning disabilities is available at this link.
Managed by the Oxford based charity DIPEx, healthtalk.org provides free, reliable information about health issues, by sharing people's real-life experiences.
Undergoing routine health checks, which take just minutes to perform, you can spot any problems in the early stages when they are easier to treat - see Health tests that could save your life.
Being diagnosed with dementia can be overwhelming and living with dementia can be a difficult and lonely experienceit. From keeping well, adapting your home and getting support, AgeUK provides practical advice on understanding & living with dementia and carering for dementia at this link.
Young Peoples Health Issues
If you are a child (under 14) or a young person (under 18) your healthcare rights may be different to that of an adult. For more information click here.
Help and advice for young people on a range of health issues can be found at the following links:
We Are With You (formally Addaction) is a British charity founded in 1967 offering the following support to adults, children, young adults and older people.
To locate a local support service in one or all of the following areas
follow this link.
Other organisationns offering support include:
Drug Related Issues
Help and support for drug related issues is available at the following links:
Alcohol Related Issues
Help and support for drink related issues is available at the following links:
Education, help and support for gambling issues is available from the following organisations and independent charities:
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