Open Age has been commissioned to conduct an engagement exercise with older people in and around the Sands End area in order to better understand what this group would want from the new Sands End Community Centre. We, along with our partners, want to make sure that this new centre reflects the voice of the local community.
FORWARD (Foundation for Women’s Health Development and Research) is pleased to announce that Ayesha Group Therapy will start on the 2nd March 2020 and will run sessions over 9 weeks. The group will offer women a space to talk, listen and be heard in an emotionally safe and supportive environment.
The Healthy London Partnership would like to share the following resources available to support the mental health and wellbeing of local communities: Good Thinking: a FREE, NHS-approved website which has been used by over 400,000 people to help relieve anxiety, stress and depression; Suicide prevention training: FREE 20 minute suicide prevention online training completed by over 40,000 Londoners to date
Come and attend our free Stroke Awareness Workshop to learn exactly what a stroke is, how you can reduce your risks of having a stroke, how to recognise the signs and symptoms of stroke and the importance of emergency response and treatment.
Leigh Day’s BAME committee would like to invite you to our panel discussion on “What does it mean to be British?”. Over recent years, we have learned about the impact of the hostile environment on the Windrush generation and seen the effects of anti-immigration rhetoric in the rise of hate crime. This is why we are proud to host a panel discussion exploring identity...
Fulham Good Neighbours is running the second year of its Digital Inclusion project. If you know someone who could benefit from a friendly visit and one-to-one lessons on how to use the Internet, please contact us. We are also looking for more volunteers who could spare a couple of hours a month to support an older person.
FREE sports, exercise and wellbeing activities for women and girls. Fun for all the family! Saturday 7 March 10am to 3pm at Kensington Leisure Centre, Silchester Road, Kensington W10 6EX.
EACH Counselling currently has the following job and volunteer opportunities: Young Person’s key worker (substance misuse and young people, 14-21 years), Brent, Floating Support Case Worker, Brent, Floating Support Team Leader, Brent and Volunteer Counsellors.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Applied Research Collaboration for Northwest London (henceforth ARC Northwest London) is looking for members of the public to partner with us to improve health and care across North West London. We are looking for patients, carers, public from communities across North West London.
Tonic Living, Opening Doors London and Stonewall Housing are working together on a research project to better understand the housing and support needs of LGBT+ people who are over 50 and live in London. Please help inform our research by completing our questionnaire, which takes about ten minutes to complete and is anonymous.