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Health & Wellbeing Voluntary Organisations Forum

A strategic forum for voluntary organisations interested in health improvement and reduction of health inequalities in Kensington & Chelsea, Queen’s Park and Paddington.  The aim of the forum is to:

  • Ensure the voluntary and community sector in Kensington Chelsea are informed and engaged in all relevant matters relating to the health and wellbeing of local residents
  • Ensure that the voice of the voluntary and community organisations delivering health and wellbeing services are heard in aiming to reduce health inequalities and able to influence local decision making particularly within Kensington and Chelsea's Health and Wellbeing Board and the West London Clinical Commissioning Group 
  • Ensure that the sector is central to the delivery of health and wellbeing services for local residents

Please contact us if you have ideas for the next meeting - issues you think are important to discuss, or research/information you would like to present
Angela Spence
020 7243 9800
angela@kcsc.org.uk


Health & Wellbeing News

Fri 27/04/2018

Public Health have been leading on a needs assessment on health, wellbeing and community recovery for communities impacted by the Grenfell Tower fire disaster.  The needs assessment will inform a strategy to be developed by the local authority and NHS.  Over the next month, Public Health are working with voluntary and community organisations to facilitate a number of Community Conversations with local residents to explore the emerging ideas from the needs assessment.

Mon 09/04/2018

West London Clinical Commisioning Group funded the production of Chair Based Yoga videos to help promote wellbeing in the community. 

Mon 09/04/2018

West London Clinical Commisioning Group funded the production of Chair Based Yoga videos to help promote wellbeing in the community. 

Fri 23/03/2018

All over Europe, the elderly population is dramatically increasing with growing needs that are more and more complex. In the UK as in the rest of Europe, there is a gap between the available supply of elderly caregiving support and the exploding need.