Entries by MarkB

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Carers Rights Day – 28 November

Don’t miss our Carers Rights Day events on Friday 28 November. Find out about local services, support and advice at our many stalls and short talks. Join us in: Westminster 10-12pm, The Westminster Archives, 10 St Ann’s Street, London SW1P 2DE – Westminster tube Hammersmith and Fulham 2-4pm. Dawes Road Hub, 20 Dawes Road, SW6 7EN – […]

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Consultation events for people with long-term medical conditions

The local West London NHS Commissioning Groups are holding events for people with long-term conditions like diabetes, dementia, chronic heart disease (CHD) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); this will help the NHS to design a better way to help people manage their own care. They are also asking carers, voluntary and community groups, and […]

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Expert Patient Carers FREE Self management Health Course

Expert Patient Carers FREE Self management Health Course The Expert Patient Service provides self-management courses for people and carers living with long-term health conditions; such as heart disease, diabetes, depression, asthma, high arthritis, blood pressure, cancer, or any other condition. The course is open to people who live in Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and & […]


Westminster Digital Champions

Westminster Digital Champions is a new service designed to increase levels of digital inclusion in the borough so that everyone feels able and comfortable using technology to communicate, apply for work and manage their finances online. The service uses volunteers, who are trained and provided with training resources, to provide one-to-one support to digitally excluded […]

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The Westminster Parent Participation Group

The Westminster Parent Participation Group (WPPG) is made up of a group of parents of children with disabilities in Westminster. They meet every Thursday at LDN Living Harrow Road (Opposite Iceland) from 10am – 12pm to share ideas and to inform service providers of services for children with disabilities and special needs about their experiences. The WPPG […]