Didsbury, Chorlton Park and Burnage
We are the community health and adult social care integrated neighbourhood team for Didsbury, Chorlton Park & Burnage.
We are a diverse area of different communities with an active and vibrant voluntary sector with lots of community assets to build on. 60,000 people live here, that’s almost 10% of Manchester’s population.
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Our integrated neighbourhood team brings together community health and social care staff so they work together around your needs. Our team has a leadership team that guide their day to day work and looks at the longer term things we need to do to help support health and wellbeing in the neighbourhood.
Annabel Hammond -
Neighbourhood Lead Dr Liam Aye-Maung -
GP Lead Niikwae Kotey -
Social Care Lead Amanda Whittaker -
Nursing Lead Becky Beckford -
Mental Health Lead Fiona Vincer -
Health Development Coordinator.
The team are based at
Withington Community Hospital, Nell Lane M20 2LR where our community health and social care team for the neighbourhood have their hub.
- offers a range of services to Manchesters older people Age UK
- offers support to people affected by Alzheimers Alzheimers Society
- offers support to adults at risk of being disadvantaged because of addiction/prison or homelessness Back on Track
- offers support to people with long term conditions Being There Manchester
- organisation that is run by and supports people with disabilities Breakthrough UK Manchester
- Health and Wellbeing Service - Didsbury, Burnage and Chorlton Park buzz Manchester
- works with vulnerable children and adults experiencing poverty, exclusion and anxiety. They offer innovative solutions to individuals to stabilise and improve their lives. Many beneficiaries have mental health issues aggravated by social isolation and lack of engagement in meaningful community activity Caritas
Change Grow Live - health and social care charity.
Services are accessible and completely free to anybody from the age of 12 years old plus, who lives in Manchester or have a registered Manchester GP
- offer culturally appropriate services to the Black African community Edo Diaspora Manchester
Gateway debt advice
Help and Support in Manchester - Manchester City Council
- a community network bringing younger and older neighbours together to tackle isolation and loneliness Manchester Cares
- Open Door is a free befriending line is a simple service aimed to help combat loneliness by putting people in contact with a telephone friend for regular weekly 30-minute telephone calls for six weeks Manchester Settlement
- Sport and Physical Activity across Manchester McrActive
- offers support to people homeless or at risk of being homeless Shelter
- a community organisation offering a range of support services and activities The Chatterbox Project
- offer befriending to people that have experienced bereavement The Widows Empowerment Trust
- supports people to have a positive life with dementia Together Dementia
- Community Inclusion Service (GMMH) What's On Guide
- based in Levenshulme, they offer a range of services for young people living or homeless in Manchester aged 15 to 25 YASP (Young Adults Services & Projects part of Manchester Mind)