The latest information on the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Community Respiratory Services is now available to download here:
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Clinic Locations:

Westminster Diabetes & Cardiac Centre
4b Maida Vale, London W9 1SP
Nearest tube: Warwick Avenue
Buses: 98, 332 and 16 run outside the centre
The entrance is on Maida Vale

South Westminster Centre
82 Vincent Square, London SW1P 2PF
Nearest tube: Victoria
Follow Vauxhall Rd and turn left to Vincent Square

St Charles Hospital: Community Clinic 6
Ground floor, Western Pavilion, St Charles Hospital,
Exmoor Street, London, W10 6DZ
Nearest Tube: Ladbroke Grove
Buses: 7, 316, 70, 52, 228, 295 and 452

St Mary’s Hospital
Chest & Allergy Clinic
St Mary’s Hospital
Praed Street
London,
W2 1NY

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
369 Fulham Road, London
SW10 9NH

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Westminster Arts are currently recruiting for their Remembering Together arts and dementia project for people with dementia and their family carers to enable them to share memories together.

It uses a range of arts techniques but the emphasis is on fun and socialising for everyone involved. There are break-out sessions in some of the sessions for the carers too to look at reminiscence techniques, share experiences and solutions etc., which means that they form an informal peer support group. The project ends with the couples being given artwork based on their memories, stories and photos.

Remembering Together is open to people from all 3 boroughs, and takes place 3.30 – 5.30pm for 12 weeks starting May 28.

Location:  42 Westbourne Park Rd, W2 5PH. Tube: Royal Oak. Buses 7,18,23,27, 36.

Refreshments are provided.

Remembering Together flier

Sporting reminiscence sessions at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

These sessions are held every second Tuesday of the month, at Lord’s Cricket Ground in partnership with Sporting Memories.

The sessions are free and open to anyone living within the tri-borough area with early stages of Dementia and their carer.

Each session will focus on different areas of the ground.

There are limited spaces so booking is essential. In order to book a session please contact Yvonne Muigua via email community@mcc.org.uk or telephone 0207 616 8589.

For more information please see this flyer: Lord’s reminiscence session 2015

Over 60 Hammersmith and Fulham Carers attended the Carers Network Care Act information event at The St Paul’s Centre, Hammersmith on Friday 13 March 2015.

Among other speakers and workshop facilitators, Jerome Douglas (Care Act implementation Programme Manager, Hammersmith & Fulham Borough Council) gave a presentation concerning the implications of the act for carers.

The slides for this presentation can be downloaded here: Jerome Douglas HF Carers Care Act presentation

Hammersmith & Fulham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is currently in process of agreeing local priorities for 2015/2016.

Please click on the link below to have your say:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XS28922.

The CCG has the opportunity to set its own priorities reflecting the needs of local residents.

The area considered to be a local priority are those which currently do not have a national target attached or a contractual requirement set by NHS England, Public Health England and other organisations.

The CCG often uses this opportunity to identify improvements that they want to achieve in areas like patient empowerment, social sector development or partnership working the Local Authority.  They have identified the following six areas as potential priorities for 2015/2016:

  • Increasing coverage of children vaccinated for MMR (Measles, mumps and rubella)
  • Increasing the number of adult patients with learning disabilities who receive an annual health check
  • Increasing the number of diagnosed diabetic patients with a care plan
  • Increasing the coverage of children with the flu vaccine
  • Increasing the identification of young carers
  • Increasing sign-posting of children with or at risk from obesity into weight management services

Please click on the link below to have your say on the CCG local priorities for 2015/2016
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XS28922

The survey will be open until Friday 20 March.

The CCG thanks you in advance for your participation and help.

 

Next week’s BME Forum meeting will focus on women and children’s health and well being, and will include a presentation from the local health service on how they are working with community organisations to improve services. Carers from across the three boroughs are welcome!

Date: 18th March 2015

Time: 10:00 – 13:00

Venue: London Lighthouse, 111 – 117 Lancaster Road, Ladbroke Grove, London W11 1QT

Tube: Ladbroke Grove (Hammersmith & City/ Circle)

Find out more on the BME forum website.