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SAGE Counselling

SAGE provides counselling for adults with restricted mobility. The service visits clients where they are living: at home, in hospital, or in residential and nursing homes. Counsellors are professionally qualified volunteers.

You can self refer or refer a relative or friend. Available as one-to-one, face-to-face counselling, or via the telephone or online.

There is no set charge, but a donation is asked for to cover costs.

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07585 141599



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