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SASH – HIV service user survey

SASH are looking for your opinions on how HIV non-clinical support services should be structured. The deadline for the survey is Wednesday 31st October 6pm Take the survey Find out more about SASH go to their website. 
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London Vision VI Student Work

What is the ‘VI Student Network’? The VI Student Network has been set up by London Vision as a networking platform for students who are visually impaired and studying or applying to study at university in the capital. Our Student Network will allow members to socialise with like-minded individuals in a comfortable setting, where they …
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Operation Cup of Tea Has Moved

Operation Cup of Tea has now finished at Tavistock Square and will now be indoors at the SPACE for the next four weeks starting on Friday 5th to 26 October between 10am-3pm providing local residents with the opportunity to drop by, enjoy a free cup of tea and have an informal space to talk. Information regarding …
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Free Guides Available To Support The Health And Wellbeing Of Older People And Carers

We would like to make you aware of the availability of the NHS England co-produced free guides that provide older people with practical advice to support healthy ageing and caring.  The Healthy Ageing and Healthy Caring guides provides information to older people and carers about staying healthy, fit and independent during the winter months, identifies …
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North West London Diabetes Guidelines published

The North West London Diabetes Guidelines have been published, helping healthcare practitioners to make good clinical decisions for their patients with diabetes. It covers both physical and mental health aspects of diabetes care, and has been put together with input from patients who use diabetes services across north west London and programme staff from the …
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5 Ways to Wellbeing in Kensington & Chelsea

Connect, be active, keep learning, give, and take notice, are all ways to improve your wellbeing. To find out more about this technique, watch the short video put together by Kensington & Chelsea Mind, Kensington & Chelsea Social Council and West London Clinical Commissioning Group.  
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Recovery/Abstinence At The Barons Court Project

69 Talgarth Road, W14 9DD, 020 7603 5232. Every Saturday 2pm-6pm. Run by ex-users for other ex-users. A safe, relaxed peer support group where you can sit down for a meal or chat over a coffee. A computer suite is available as well as reflexology and massage therapies. “For the first time in my adult …
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Help shape the future of biomedical research?

Do you live or work in North West London? The Patient Experience Research Centre at Imperial College London are looking for enthusiastic and motivated members of the public who live or work in North West London to help them shape the future of biomedical research. This is an opportunity for members of the public to …
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Would you like to shape mental health services in London?

The Advocacy Project are looking for passionate service users and carers across London to take part in exciting engagement activities that will help shape and influence a London-wide mental health programme called the Adult Mental Health Transformation Programme. The adult Mental Health Transformation Programme has six workstreams; including digital IAPT and early intervention in psychosis. …
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Grenfell Night Support Service Survey

Hestia in partnership with the  Notting Dale Residents Advisory Board (RAB)  are currently looking into the overnight services*  at the Notting Hill Methodist Church offered as part of the Grenfell recovery response. They would appreciate if you could spare a few minutes to complete this survey. It is important that they understand if and how services in the …
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