MAYSI & CoCo are services provided by Mayfair Community Centre.
Janet Williams and Shaz Malins are co-ordinators of the service.
They can be contacted on 01694 722077 or at email@example.com
MAYSI provides information and support to help people remain independent. This could be anything from helping you to access benefits, and advice on equipment and care, to social opportunities to keep you well.
If you are finding it hard to cope with everyday tasks, feeling lonely, need company, are just out of hospital, caring for a friend or relative, not able to get out and do the things you want and wondering what may be available, then give us a call. We will listen to you, help to identify your needs, offer choices, put you in touch with relevant services and support.
MAYSI also provides the GP Care and Community Coordinator role for Church Stretton Medical Practice.
CoCo offers one-to-one befriending with a carefully matched volunteer. It is part of the Countywide Compassionate Communities network, led by Severn Hospice volunteers who are trained and DBS checked.
The MAYSI project was launched in December 2001 and covers Church Stretton, Craven Arms and Dorrington.
In 2010, CoCo was developed as part of the Strategic Health Authorities Compassionate Communities pilot scheme, working in partnership with the Severn Hospice and Church Stretton Medical Practice. The recruitment and training of volunteers to provide on-going support for people in their own homes was a natural development of MAYSI. It gives time to enable those with most needs to do the things they want to do, improving their quality of life. We continue to work with the Severn Hospice on this Project.
We are the GP Care 4 Community Co-ordinators for Church Stretton Medical Practice.
If you have answered yes to any of the above, we may be able to help you.
Your confidentiality is respected at all times