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Organisations that can help


The incidents we attend can be distressing or traumatic for those affected. Part of the recovery process is being able to access the right support at the right time.

Depending on where you are on your recovery journey, you may need urgent practical care or more specialised long-term help. Finding this support can be challenging. 

Our close links with local and national injury and illness-specific support organisations means we can point you in the right direction during these difficult times.

Some of these organisations are listed below and Adam, our Patient Liaison Manager, will be happy to refer you to appropriate organisations.


Brake, the UK’s largest road safety charity, works with communities and organisations to stop the tragedy of road deaths and injuries. In addition to making streets safer, it supports people who have been bereaved and those seriously injured on roads.


Cruse Bereavement Care offers support to those affected by loss. Its vision is that all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when a loved one dies.

daisy’s dream

Daisy’s Dream is a professional support service that responds to the needs of children and families affected by life-threatening illness or bereavement.


Headway is a nationwide charity that works to improve life after brain injury. Through its network of more than 125 groups and branches across the UK, it provides support, services and information to brain injury survivors, their families and carers, as well as to professionals in the health and legal fields.

sudden cardiac arrest uk

Sudden Cardiac Arrest UK provides support for cardiac arrest survivors. Alongside providing useful information, it creates a network for patients to interact with their rescuers, family, friends and medical professionals.