Mental Health Awareness Event for Kensington and Chelsea and Queen’s Park and Paddington residents

Wednesday 26 April, 12pm – 4.30pm at Tabernacle W11 2AY


Finding out the truth about carers’ lives.

Share your experience of what it’s like being a Carer in 2017.

Through the evidence Carers UK gather from their State of Caring survey they can push for change.

In the biggest survey of its kind of carers in the UK, the data they collect paints a real picture of the life carers lead.

You can complete the survey here

Have you accessed a healthy lifestyle service?

The Three Borough Public Health team want to hear your views on how they can deliver a new integrated service for adults to help residents keep healthy and prevent ill-health.

This will support residents to make positive changes such as:

  • Eat Well
  • Move More
  • Be Smoke Free
  • Stress Less

To help shape the new service, take their short survey here

What is Standing Together and who is it helping?

The Mental Health Foundation’s Standing Together Project aims to improve the emotional health and community connections of older people living in supported housing, as well as to reduce loneliness and isolation.

From late summer 2015, project staff have been facilitating weekly self-help groups for periods of six months, in retirement and extra care housing settings. The groups are for tenants who are experiencing memory loss, mental health issues, learning disabilities, and experience significant loneliness. The research team at the Foundation is evaluating the project. Funded by the Big Lottery for three years, it’s planned to facilitate up to 25 groups in four cohorts; building on our self-help and dementia pilot project.

This project is a partnership between the Mental Health Foundation and Housing & Care 21, a UK housing organisation providing social housing and support to people in later life, including people with dementia. They also now have a new partner in Notting Hill Housing.

Find out more information here

The European Patient Ambassador Program (EPAP) is a free online programme that will introduce you to some of the skills and knowledge you may need to represent yourself or others successfully.

You will be able join an online community of ambassadors where you can discuss shared experiences and receive information on opportunities to influence healthcare activities.

Being a patient representative and speaking up for people with your condition, or the condition of the person you care, for can make a huge difference to how healthcare is delivered in the future.

Find out more here:

Singing for the Brain sessions in Kensington start on 16th May and run every Tuesday for 12 weeks (except 11th July) at St. Peter’s Church Kensington Park Road, W11 2PN (Opposite Stanley Gardens) from 3pm – 5pm.

People with dementia and their carers from Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea are welcome to come.

Hidden in the fun are activities which build on the well-known preserved memory for song and music in the brain.

For more information or to confirm attendance, please contact Alzheimer’s Society:
Tel: 020 7561 4820

You are invited to discuss proposals on how people will access patient transport across North West London hospitals at a Patient Transport Workshop.

This follows on from a previous workshop held in October 2016 where people identified the most important elements for a common assessment process for hospital patient transport.

When: Thursday 27 April 2017

Time: 10:30am – 1:30pm (refreshments from 10am)

Where: St Paul’s Centre, Queen Caroline Street Hammersmith, W6 9JP

Aim: Discuss proposals on how people will access patient transport across North West London hospitals.

If you wish to take part, please register by Friday 21 April 2017

Email: Phone: 0800 1777 990


Where necessary, we can cover travel costs or transport can be arranged for you. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

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