Learning something new can boost our wellbeing in so many exciting and positive ways. Mastering a new skill exposes us to fresh ideas, helps us stay curious, builds our self confidence, gives us a sense of accomplishment and is a chance to make new friends
Rustic feasts and flower crowns aren’t the first things that come to mind when thinking of domestic abuse prevention and awareness, but one north Devon company is giving NDADA centre stage at some very hip happenings
Many of us put up with all kinds of bad behaviour from our loved ones from time to time – and let’s face it, there are times when we’re not that well behaved ourselves. This can be a matter of us just being ourselves (after all, no one’s perfect…). However, sometimes when we’ve been putting up with a pattern of behaviour for a long time, it can be hard to tell what’s going on.
Thank you to everyone who took part in this year's 'Slip on your Slippers Day' on Friday 7 December for our annual Pyjama Appeal. We saw lots of great slipper photos and we're very grateful to all your support.
Our lovely Health IDVA is moving on to pastures new after spending several years very successfully safeguarding women, children and men through NDADA’s Health IDVA service as well as empowering women to seek a happier, safer future free from domestic abuse for themselves and their families. Working in the beautiful North Devon & Torridge countryside and
It was a wonderful summer of love on the road with the Re:store Express camper van! Thank you to everyone who organised the events and shopped with us, helping us to raise over £5000 and spread the word about the vital work of NDADA in North Devon. As well as offering a place to chat with
Modern technology allows abusers to track and spy on their victims cheaply and easily. Victims and survivors of domestic abuse who feel something is wrong should consider the possibility that they are being tracked or stalked through their computers, phones and social media accounts. These steps can help stop it