Befriending Service

by Epilepsy Connections

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
- shopping

Within reason, it can be anything … a joint decision between befriendee and befriender.

Last updated 17/09/2018

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Contact information

 0141 248 4125
This service is under the category: Epilepsy , Neurological Conditions , Conditions , Health & Social Care Services , Support Network , Befriending

Delivered across
  • · Greater Glasgow and Clyde (Health Board)

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