Befriending helps improve the wellbeing and quality of life of people isolated by epilepsy by encouraging social involvement.
It does this by matching people with like-minded volunteers who can help them take part in a range of social activities:
- sport/physical exercise
- cultural activities
- eating out
- informal learning opportunities
Within reason, it can be anything … a joint decision between befriendee and befriender.
Last updated 17/09/2018
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This service is under the category: Epilepsy , Neurological Conditions , Conditions , Health & Social Care Services , Support Network , Befriending
- · Greater Glasgow and Clyde (Health Board)
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