Search this website

Diabetes User Group Monthly Meetings

Do you want to influence decisions made about services for people living with diabetes?

Meeting: 19th June 2018

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Topic: Update on the North West London Diabetes Transformation programme and discussion of patient experiences

Speaker: Angela Caulder - NW London CCGs

Meeting Agenda: TBC

Venue: Church Street Library, 67 Church street, NW8 8EU [MAP]

RSVP if you would like to attend

A light lunch will be available on the day.

More info: TBC


 Future dates:

TBC

» Join our mailing list

 
News/Events/Jobs/Services/Activities

» Invitation to take part in North West London CCG's Equalities Objectives Survey

The 8 CCG's across North West London are currently undertaking engagement in the setting of a new set of qualities objectives which will be adopted across all 8 CCG's. As part of this engagement a survey has been developed seeking feedback from local patients.

» Have your say on the North West London equality objectives at public workshops

The North West London CCGs are committed to working with local residents and community groups on producing our equality objectives. ‘Equality objectives’ are the goals we set to ensure that we are working in an inclusive way to meet the diverse needs of our local residents. Three public workshops are taking place in June.

» Have your say on health and care priorities for older people

The North West London CCGs would like to invite you to a workshop focusing specifically on health and well-being priorities for older people. We would be most grateful if you could circulate this invitation to relevant patient and public networks and/or friends. We are seeking attendees who are older people with lived experience of using NHS services, and/or their carers.

» Singalong Music Workshops for local older people

As part of JOY, a new strand to Hammersmith & Fulham Arts Fest, Fulham Good Neighbours has been invited to take part in singing and music workshops for local over 60-year-olds, throughout June/July 2018

» Queens Park Community Theatre - get involved

Queen’s Park Community Theatre is returning for another year of workshops, performances and training! Come and learn how to act, write or direct and see how theatre can be used to tackle important issues in Queen’s Park and beyond!

» Survey: Your experiences of using the GP weekend and evening service

Following the recent development of the GP weekend and evening service, the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups would like to hear your views.

» Part-time administrative assistant - Dalgarno Trust

The Dalgarno Trust are looking for an efficient and dynamic part time administrative assistant to support the core team. The job is for 20 hours per week – Monday to Friday. There is some flexibility on hours worked. Apply by 4th June 2018.

» Men's Voices - new Public Health England reproductive health survey

Can you help get the word out? Earlier this year, Men's Voices (and others) worked on a survey that Public Health England (PHE) was designing on reproductive health. It's now gone live and they're keen that as many men as possible in England, aged 16 years and over, complete it.

» Volunteer as a cervical cancer community champion

Can you help us save lives? Jostrust.org.uk are looking for volunteers to help prevent cervical cancer by speaking to women in their communities about smear tests! Please take a look at the leaflet attached or apply online via: https://www.jostrust.org.uk/community

» Volunteer Gardeners x2 needed for Urban Gardening Project

Location: The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3BU. Purpose: To encourage local community people particularly vulnerable members to participate in Gardening Club to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers as a means to promote their wellbeing and social connections.
Services

» A Moveable Creche service from the Abbey Centre (South Westminster)

A Moveable Crèche provides an excellent value and flexible childcare service for clients. Sessions are delivered in a venue of your choice, for as many children as the size of the venue permits...

» Access to Health New Project: Information and Referral form

‘Access to Health’ is a new project which aims to support homeless and vulnerably housed pregnant women and families with a child/children under 5 years old in Westminster or temporarily housed outside the borough...

» Active for Life - Opportunities to Keep Fit In the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) Leisure Services’ Sports Development Team provides a wide variety of sport and physical activity opportunities for RBKC residents at venues across the borough including targeted sessions for specific groups...

» African Women's Care

AWC works with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) adults, children and young people, fleeing domestic and sexual abuse including forced marriage, human trafficking, female genital mutilation, gang violence and ‘honour’-based violence.

» Al-Aman (DVIP) Arabic Speaking service

DVIP’s Al-aman service has continued to receive funding from London Councils to support women from Arabic speaking communities who have been affected by gender based violence, forced marriage, female genital mutilation and honour based violence...

» ANGELOU Referrals

On the 1st July ADVANCE in conjunction with eight other organisations launched a shared service across Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster supporting women and girls who are experiencing or have experienced violence and abuse this partnership is called Angelou...

» Arabic Women’s Project at Al-Hasaniya, North Kensington

Based in North Kensington we offer advice and support in health and welfare of Arabic speaking women. We have a Domestic Violence project and also a children and families mental health project as well as many other...

» Be FIT For Work - Dalgarno Community Champions can help

Are you looking to upskill yourself back into work or looking for experience to start work? Dalgarno Community Champions can help you! Here’s how - Supporting Opportunities: Maths and English classes; IT support; CV help; References for future employment; Work placement opportunities in Health...

» Befriending for Asian Women at Henna

Henna’s befriender-workers will pay regular weekly or monthly visits to some of the most vulnerable ladies in the community. These visits could be to those who were members of Henna in the past and have been restricted...

» Breathe Easy Support Group

DO YOU LIVE IN PIMLICO AND SUFFER FROM A BREATHING PROBLEM? BREATHE EASY PADDINGTON is your Westminster patient support group, for anyone affected by a lung condition. We offer mutual support, information...