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Find out how to apply for a Plymouth school place and ensure your child goes to your preferred school.
Dysarthria is difficulty speaking caused by brain damage or brain changes later in life.
If you're a student, 16 or over, with special or medical needs and can't use public transport, the council may be able to help you.
Find out how to apply for a Plymouth school place and ensure your child goes to your preferred school.
You're more likely to stop smoking with the right support - so find out the combination that's right for you in just 3 easy steps.
The Safe Places is a scheme that helps people with learning disabilities; it provides them with a 'safe place' to go.
Schizophrenia is a severe long-term mental health condition. It causes a range of different psychological symptoms.
As a parent, you're responsible for registering your child at a school or making other arrangements to provide a suitable education.
If your child attends school or sixth form, and you receive certain benefits you may be entitled to claim free school meals.
If you're a student, 16 or over, with special or medical needs and can't use public transport, we may be able to provide assistance with transport.
View all schools in Plymouth. Find out all about them and how to get in touch.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern.
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If you're worried you have got an STI, go for a check-up at a sexual health clinic as soon as you can.
Feeling exhausted is so common that it has its own acronym, TATT, which stands for "tired all the time".
Plymouth has many excellent sports centres and facilities. There's something for everyone regardless of whether you're looking to get fit, stay fit, lose weight, gain muscle, meet new people or just be slightly healthier.
Plymouth has many sports pitches, courts and greens located throughout the city.
Stress causes physical changes in the body designed to help you take on threats or difficulties. You may notice that your heart pounds, your breathing quickens, your muscles tense, and you start to sweat.
A stroke is a serious life-threatening medical condition that occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off.
Supported living services can help if you don't want to live in residential care but you're finding it difficult to cope at home.
As a parent, it's your responsibility to make sure your child gets to and from school, however in some cases your child could be eligible for free school transport.
If you or someone you know has difficulty walking or getting around (mobility), a wheelchair, scooter or walking aid might help.