A peer led group for people who identify themselves as experiencing or having experienced paranoia or fearful beliefs .A safe space where people can express themselves without feeling judged .Facilitated by people who have (or have had) similar experiences!
Come and find out about this new and exciting project that supports people in an exploration of their experiences around their beliefs!
August 4th 2016 – 4:00pm – 6:00pm – Connect & Do Space – 107 Railton Road Brixton SE24 0LR **Light Refreshments**
The Health and care regulator for England, the Care Quality Commission’s published a report on the state of integrated care for older people in England- “Building bridges, Breaking Barriers” The report looks at how different health and care services work together to support the needs of older people in England. It warns that despite a widespread commitment for integration across the sectors, progress is needed to better support people who use a number of services, reduce hospital admissions and avoid confusion about where to go for help.
As well as working with disabled people preparing for employment, Share works with disabled adults who are aiming to live more independently, seeking greater inclusion, wellbeing, and leisure opportunities, or a combination of these. At Share, we therefore offer a number of social and leisure activities throughout the year, including working in partnership with other organisations to provide services that will benefit our students. In addition to our mainstream courses, we run regular classes in:
- Art and Crafts
- Creative writing
To find out more about independent living and wellbeing programmes, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7924 2949.
Twelve individual parks and open spaces in Lambeth, including Brockwell Park, Kennington Park and West Norwood Cemetery, which is one of London’s ‘Magnificent Seven’ Victorian-era cemeteries, are among the very best in the UK. They’re included in a record-breaking list of 1,686 parks and green spaces to receive an esteemed Green Flag Award – the mark of a quality park or green space. Read more about our prestigious parks. Let’s visit them.
NHS Lambeth CCG have just announced the Lammy Awards 2016. The awards recognise NHS and council staff, health and care teams and individuals who live and work in the borough who go the extra mile to support the health and care of others.
The award categories for this year are:
- The Innovation in Lambeth Award
- The Award for Best Use of Patient Experience
- The Working Together Award
- The Outstanding Contribution to Primary Care Award
- The Lifetime Achievement Award
- The Kindness Award
- Unpaid Carer of the Year
- The Putting Patients First Award for healthcare professionals
The closing date for nominations is the 12 August 2016.
Nomination forms should be returned to: The Lammy Awards, NHS Lambeth CCG, 1 Lower Marsh, London SE1 7NT or emailed to LAMCCG.email@example.com. Any queries should be sent to the same email address.
‘Keep learning’ and ‘Give’ are two of the five ways to wellbeing. We know that people value being able to give their time and skills to something they care about and making their learning as relevant and useful as possible. If you want to volunteer, intern or do your placement , please email firstname.lastname@example.org
They are looking for a wide range of skills and expertise including those involved in running a charity, on wellbeing research, impact evaluation, data analysis and data vis, communications, translation of wellbeing evidence.
Team Co-ordinator – Maternity Contract for 7 months– Based: London
Starting date: August 2016
Ending date: 31st March 2107 (with possibility to extend the contract) . This will be a very varied and challenging role that will require a number of duties Secretarial Support and Office Management Support, including HR and Recruitment, Finance duties, Events organization. Some home working is possible. Please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com
Closing date for applications: 4th August 2016.
‘Implementing the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health’ was published 20th July. It details the improvements people will see on the ground as the independent Mental Health Taskforce’s recommendations are implemented.
Intended as a blueprint for the changes that the NHS needs to make to improve mental health, the plan sets out what the public and people who use services can expect from the NHS, and when.
The report outlines how new funding, pledged in response to the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health, will be made available for Clinical Commissioning Groups year on year. It also shows how the workforce requirements will be delivered in each priority area and outlines how data, payment and other system levers will support transparency.
Public Mental Health and Wellbeing Manager permanent position-
Salary: £49,657 – £61,976 per annum pro rata- London