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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.
The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain (AUGB) is the largest representative body for Ukrainians and those of Ukrainian descent in the UK. It exists to develop, promote and support the interests of the Ukrainian community in the UK.
AUGB organises campaigns and events to promote and commemorate aspects of Ukrainian history and culture.
Our At Home Service offers a range of personally tailored packages of care and support to help people stay as independent as possible in their own homes. We can help with:
- Personal care
- Basic foot care and finger nail cutting
- Hair dressing and shaving
- Meal preparation
- Light housework
- Respite care
- General support
Age UK Kensington & Chelsea is a Living Wage employer.
A workshop that is open to all Moroccan men over 55 from the community to combat loneliness and isolation through music, tea, discussion and sharing.
Bring your baby or bump along to our Baby Wellness session
Cultural, education and welfare services for the Bangladeshi community
The support provided is mainly companionship support, assistance accessing public transport and activities in the community such as shopping or groups.
**Referrals made via SystmOne MCMW**
The service matches trained volunteers with people who are living with a progressive, life-limiting illness/elderly and frail to tackle isolation through social and practical support at home. The service also provides a valuable short break for carers.
Some people find it helpful to talk to others who are also bereaved. Cruse support groups are co-facilitated by two bereavement volunteers and the group focuses on supporting one another in confidential, weekly group sessions of 90 minutes each for six weeks. We run several groups a year and if you would like to join one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org giving us your details and availability.
This new family befriending programme will focus on helping the parents of our children heal, build friendships and develop confidence to enable them to pursue their life goals through 1-2 hour weekly befriending sessions, often using activities such as yoga, art gallery or volunteering as a platform.
Bible study and discussions are open to everyone.