A step forward into the New Year.
Choosing the Chance to Change course starts 18 Jan.
These lifestyles course run by Westminster Learning Disability Partnership, Adult Services will be starting on Wednesday 18 January 2017 from 10.00am – 12.00pm, and then run every Wednesday after that at the same time for 6 weeks.
This FREE course is for people with a learning disability who want to alter their choice making slightly this could include reducing or increase weight and in an easy and positive way.
It would be beneficial if their support person also attends.
To register please contact:
Planning & Information Coordinator
Westminster Learning Disability Partnership, Adult Services
tel: 020 7641 6618
Join in the third 3K fun event for people with learning disabilities
“Stepping to the Beat” – Walk, jog or run, it’s up to you
Monday 22 August 2016
It starts at 13.00, participates should bring a bottle of water, wear comfortable footwear and bring a homemade musical instrument, there is a prize for the best one.
If you would like to attend please contact Claudia Linton: 020 7641 6618; firstname.lastname@example.org
NHS England want to know what good support looks like for people with learning disabilities and/or autism, particularly for people whose behaviour could be described as challenging, and/or those who have a mental health problem
- What do you need in your life to stay happy and healthy?
- What’s working or not working in NHS services? How should things improve?
- What can we learn?
Come along to an accessible event for people with learning disabilities, their carers and professionals hosted by Treat Me Right
When: 23rd March 2016, 11am – 2pm
Where: Newbigin Room St Paul’s Centre Hammersmith W6 9PJ
This event is part of NHS England’s Engagement Project
To book a space on one of the events, please email email@example.com
Come and join in an inclusive and interactive session of Bingo with HF Mencap!
Everyone is Welcome.
Every Monday, 3pm – 4pm
Location: HF Mencap Activity Centre – 65 Aspenlea Road, Hammersmith, W6 8LH
The CQC is now carrying out the final stage of consultation on its strategy for 2016 – 2021. The 2016-21 strategy will set out their proposals for developing the way they work to make sure they are flexible and responsive to the changing health and social care landscape, and continue to serve the interests of people who use those services.
FRIDAY 29 JANUARY (9AM-12PM), LONDON
Click here to find more about the events.