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The Social Prescribing (Self-Care) directory has been created to improve links between health professionals and the voluntary and community sector.
Equal People Mencap offer a wide variety of supported training, groups, activities and social groups throughout the week at our Resource Centre in Ladbroke Grove and out in the community. Our daily Drop-in runs Monday to Friday 10-4pm.
The Dalgarno Trust is a dynamic young charity that works in partnership with the local communities, statutory, private sector and voluntary organisations to `build better futures ……..together`.
Our aims are:
- To enable people from diverse backgrounds to change their lives, fulfil their potential and break the cycle of poverty, ill-health and deprivation
- To provide a range of services, projects and activities that offer education, training, employment, health improvement, social and cultural opportunities through our own projects and in partnership with other providers
- To develop long-term sustainability of the community through the development of economic opportunities including social enterprises, small business and entrepreneurial activties
- To create a strong, inclusive, vibrant and active neighbourhood
We manage and develop an Enterprise Hub, a Community Centre, a large Health consortia, Community Champions Health project, Children & Youth services(including Homework Club, Junior programme), Adult learning and training programme, Volunteer Project and Arts, Sports & social events programme
Our VIP programme – standing for Very Important People – seeks and engages with those people – whatever age – who may have become socially isolated and lonely for a wide variety of reasons. We bring people into this programme, organising events and activities aimed and encouraging people to engage with each other and the wider community.
Some of the current participants have benefited from free classes such as zumba, yoga, free cycling, walking, and access to social groups such as our Men’s Empowerment Group, and services such as NHS Health Trainers and NHS Health Checks and volunteering opportunities.
Youth Programme projects promote confidence, positive relationships, personal development, fun experiences, career support, education, skills training opportunities, conflict resolution, sports and artistic development, among others.
Outings in the United Kingdom are organised by the Outreach Officer and represent an essential and exciting part of the Pepper Pot calendar of events.
These activities give Members the possibility to savour and experience new sights, sounds and smells on holiday, at home and in different cultures abroad. Members have the ability to enjoy a trip with their friends from The Pepper Pot, at the reduced price of a group booking, and with support and supervision from the trip organiser. In recent years trips have included:
Regular day outings around London
Daytrips by coach to the seaside towns of Southend, Folkestone and Brighton
Exchange visits with the Oxford Caribbean Centre, the Calabash Centre in South London and to the West Indian Self Effort (WISE) in Harlesden, all to socialise, dine and share activities
Helping vulnerable older people make their homes safer by tactfully helping de-clutter.
**Referrals made via SystmOne MCMW**
Supporting people with dementia to manage their condition through activities that help retain memory function, promote health and wellbeing, and assist with advice and guidance on managing their condition. This is normally a long term intervention requiring weekly support.
**Referrals made via SystmOne MCMW** or directly to provider (outside of MCMW)
Support to people with dementia to manage their condition through activities that help retain memory function, promote health and wellbeing, and assist with advice and guidance on managing their condition.
**Referrals made via SystmOne MCMW**
Our community dementia service is available for people who live in their own home or in a care home within Trinity's catchment area.
The service aims to ensure people living with dementia, and their families and friends, have the same access to specialist palliative and end of life care as those living with other progressive, life-limiting illnesses such as cancer.