If you or a family member have recently had a diagnosis of autism, drop in to the Central Library to discover what information and support is available.
May 2015 is Action on Stroke month, where fundraising events, information sessions and Know your Blood Pressure sessions are held to raise awareness of Stroke. Click on the title to find out more.
Start off your summer with something truly inspirational and out of the ordinary by experiencing the Funky Llama Festival on Plymouth Hoe, Saturday 13th June, 2pm - 11pm
Run by The Funky Llama Effect; accessible yoga for people of all levels. Sessions from 10.30 - 11.30am at TR2, Cattedown, Plymouth. 22nd April to 1st July (no session 27th May).
Life After Stroke Grants can provide a one off payment of up to £300 to fund vital home or personal equipment or by funding support to become active in your local community.
Blue Light Day is aimed at breaking down barriers between people with a learning disability and the emergency services in an entertaining, interactive and informative way. At Marjon on June 15th between 10:30-3:00.
Free information event including an 'ask the expert' session, meeting others with the condition, and an 'expert patient' session to help you become confident in managing your diabetes. Monday 15th June from 2pm - 6pm, Plymouth Central Library.