ACT/SING/DANCE. Summer Skills Courses. July – August 2017
ACT/SING/DANCE. Summer Skills Courses. July – August 2017
The North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups and the Healthy London Partnership’s Personalisation and Self-Care Programme have launched an online digital health survey.
There is an urgent need to engage with people interested in patient involvement, people who want to be better informed about their condition and learn more, people who want to have a better relationship with their healthcare professional, as well as people who want to be part of research and decision-making in health.
This group is for any Arabic speaking parent who is a carer (paid or unpaid) for their child(ren), and would like to come together with other parent carers for 6 weeks in a safe space and relate with each other on a psychological/ emotional level, while discussing the challenges they face as a pa
Put your business expertise to good use and become a pivotal part of the effort to support young people across the capital.
Did you know that from April 2015, the General Medical Service Contract requires every GP practice to have a Patient Participation Group?
Healthwatch is currently running a capaign to raise awareness of GP PPGs and to recruit patients for them.
Youth Music Theatre UK, the leading Music Theatre company for young people aged 11-21, has an Outreach Program, which they are expanding to the Kensington and Chelsea borough.
Did you know that the Tesco Bags of Help community grants fund is now open to ALL community projects?
What is DeafHope?
DeafHope is the UK’s only sign-language based service to help Deaf women and children who suffer from domestic abuse.
Every home should have at least one working smoke alarm per floor. Is your home protected?
Just Solutions 123... run regular programs and events to take part in our weekly planning & Talking TalkShop sessions get in touch and register at email@example.com
Supporting children and families affected by migraine
‘Migraines are silent and he withdraws. People just don't want to see it. Everything just seems like a battle.’
What is migraine?
RBKC Sustainable Travel Team offers free training to residents, employees and students in Kensington and Chelsea. We aim to encourage people to cycle and to be physically active
The Emotional Wellbeing Support delivers a service where trained staff and volunteers provide emotional support and practical help to clients who are experiencing a difficult time.
Upcoming dates for the BME Health Forum
ACAVA have places available to people over 50, living in the south of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, QueensPark and Paddington, to work with artist Heather Martin.
ACAVA is delighted to announce two new projects for 2017.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England. They register, monitor and inspect services to make sure they provide safe, effective, compassionate, high quality care, and encourage them to improve.
According to the London Fire Brigade’s (LFB) figures there is, on average, one fire in London every day involving white goods. Around 90 per cent of the fires caused by these are not down to human factors but by faults beyond the control of the householder.
We are asking selected charities to take part in a survey in order to find out what extra support and resources would be helpful in managing safeguarding duties.
This is open to all so do ask your beneficiaries ...
We're inspecting London Ambulance Service NHS Trust from 7 February 2017
Do you know inspirational migrant and refugee women leaders who make a differnce in your community?
Christmas is coming and for some Golborne families the stress and expense is all a bit too much.
This year our volunteer Community Champions want to give up to 40 local families who are struggling with mental health and low income the chance to have a break for one day.
HIV Testing Week begins on 19 Nov. It is a priority for the three boroughs to continue to drive down late diagnosis of HIV, whilst also ensuring that we have an impact towards reducing the total number of people newly diagnosed each year.
ACAVA is delighted to announce two new projects in partnership with the Venture Community Association.
Disability Connect is a project run by Simone Galloway from Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea (ADKC)
The Project is run by ADKC for isolated local disabled people between 18 and 49.
The Kensington Borough FC needs your help.
Go and support them on Spacehive: http://www.spacehive.com/Kensington-Borough-FC
Principles In Finance is a non profit, training organisation that aims to re-integrate the principles of personal financial management into the community.
If you provide advice on welfare benefits check out the online casework support available via Lasa’s rightsnet website (www.rightsnet.org.uk).
Lasa’s socialcareinfo.net is designed to provide members of the public with access to quality assured information and support on their social care needs.
The social welfare law and tech charity Lasa helps organisations make the best use of technology to deliver their services.
A new project from ADKC aims to support socially isolated disabled people with a physical, sensory or hidden impairment, who live in Kensington and Chelsea, to get out and about in their community. The age limit is 18 to 49.
Stop and search, Taser use and the number of local complaints are monitored by your local independent community monitoring group, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Community Monitoring Group (RBKCCMG). Please take 2 minutes to help them review the complaints process.
Giving World Online is a website that allows groups to access free goods donated by businesses and public sector organisations. They are seeking partner charities to expand their reach to people in need.
Giving World offers charities access to business surplus for free.
Take Time to Talk are hosting a range of FREE wellbeing workshops on a range of topics taking place in August.
Healthier Life 4 You has published its timetable of African Dance and Exercise for late July and August.
All classes are set to African music
Britons are urged to wear safety pins in solidarity with immigrants.
“Love food, hate waste” is the theme of Food Safety Week 2016 next week (4-10 July), run by the Food Standards Agency.
Post last weeks referendum there is a perceived rise in hate crime committed by the far right. In response the Metropolitan Police has set up a daily monitoring system so they can understand the reaction of London’s residents.
Food Safety week is a national campaign, this year it is being run between 4-10 July with the message of “Eat it, Cook it, Freeze it!”
Registering with the London Healthy Workplace Charter will get your organisation support and recognition for taking staff wellbeing seriously.
A new phishing campaign which has hit students of UK universities claims that the student has been awarded an educational grant by the Department for Education.
Organisers of the Golborne Road Festival have launched a crowdfunding campaign to meet a shortfall in their fundraising.
Could you be a Master Gardener and encourage your neighbours to have a go at growing food?
Every winter, residents of Kensington and Chelsea suffer from the adverse impact of cold weather. Some of the main factors influencing excess winter deaths and emergency hospital admissions are poor housing, fuel debt, deprivation and seasonal influenza.
Brand new low cost Counselling and Therapy service in ladbroke Grove.
Therapy will take place on Mondays at Al Manaar, 244 Acklam Road, London W10 5YG.
Crime Reductions Initiatives (CRI) is a leading charity providing treatment and support to vulnerable people facing addiction, homelessness and domestic abuse. They support around 115,000 people across more than 160 locations each year.