Good Neighbours West Sussex - Royal Voluntary Service
Good Neighbours West Sussex provides support and friendship to older people who are socially isolated. The support we offer aims to increase independence and social contact for a limited time, dependent on individual circumstances. This could include accompanying someone to the shops, a local group or activity or simply making weekly visits to the person's home for some company and a chat.This service allows older people to stay happy, independent and remain part of their local community.
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