Preventing Social Isolation and Loneliness Together

Preventing Social Isolation and Loneliness Together

Preventing Social Isolation and Loneliness Together

Preventing Loneliness and Social Isolation Together 

Organisations from Kensington and Chelsea and the City of Westminster are invited to attend Preventing Loneliness and Social Isolation Together. The event will discuss what is already being done and what more can be done in this area.

The event aims to bring people together from health, the voluntary sector, the Council and the community to:

  • Build awareness of social isolation, loneliness and triggers
  • Share intelligence about the scale and distribution of social isolation and loneliness in both boroughs
  • Celebrate and build awareness of the activities underway, and services available, to tackle these issues
  • Promote coordinated action to address social isolation and loneliness

At the event you will hear from an exciting range of speakers including the 'What Works for Wellbeing Centre' about the latest research on loneliness.

Organisations will be sharing what is being done and what could be done locally to prevent loneliness and social isolation amongst young families, children, young people, people of working age and older people.

There will be a display wall where you can share information about your organisation and what you are doing to prevent loneliness. Please bring this with you.

The event will be held on:   Wednesday 11th March from 2pm to 4.30pm

Adress: The Small Hall, Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London W8 7NX

Please book your place here via Eventbrite

If you have any questions about the event please email me on edunsford@westminster.gov.uk or Doreen Ryan dryan1@westminster.gov.uk

 

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