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Frontline support cafe opens in Telford!

Published: Monday, 17 December 2018

The new Wellbeing Cafe on the High Street in Madeley will be a multi-purpose venue, promoting independent living and helping to reduce the cost of care and support needs.

People with a wide range of conditions such as autism, multiple sclerosis, and dementia as well as vulnerable and homeless people looking for paths into the jobs market, will be able to access early advice and find their own solutions before needing support. 

There will also be information about bespoke training and volunteer placements, supporting people to live safely and independently, access to hot meals for people in need or frozen meals to buy for unpaid family carers, are just some of the services the centre will deliver. 

There will also be information about bespoke training and volunteer placements, supporting people to live safely and independently, access to hot meals for people in need or frozen meals to buy for unpaid family carers, are just some of the services the centre will deliver. 

You can read the full story on the Telford & Wrekin Council's Newsroom

If you'd like further information on the Wellbeing Cafe, you can visit their Facebook page