Promotes Wellbeing On every last Wednesday of the month. Activities include: Tai Chi & Zumba Workshops, Presentations,Raffle & Auction. Wednesday 28th February 2018, 10.00 – 14.00 at Wood Lane Community Centre.
Are you unemployed and want to get back into employment? Are you 19 years or over and have lived experience of mental health difficulties? Do you want to have the knowledge and skills to empower people with mental illness to make positive and informed life choices? Come and join us at Church Street Library for a FREE TASTER SESSION to see if peer mentoring is right for you.
Have you been involved in any incident with the NHS, which you have perhaps reported. Breathe Easy has organised a meeting on the 22nd February in Maida Vale, Ada Court, top floor, at 1.00 to meet the researchers who are carrying out this report on the flow of information re: National Incidents. Please contact one of the researchers if you are interested in attending this meeting.
The forthcoming SW Health and Wellbeing Network meeting themed ‘Promoting health and wellbeing for disabled people ’ will be held on Wednesday 7th March 2018 from 2pm until 4pm.
As part of the Difference Festival we will be hosting a discussion and networking event on Community Engagement on Monday 26th February at our Regent Street campus.The event is open to staff, students and external community stakeholders and is a good opportunity for you to make links with staff and students at the university, raise local community priorities, projects and issues and discuss how we can become more involved.
We are hosting an free event on 27th February (3pm - 6pm) called ‘Demystifying Research’ that is open to anyone in London who is interested in finding out more about research, and how it all works.
According to Cancer Research UK (2014) prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in the UK. Join our FREE workshop to gain important information on the risk factors, symptoms and treatment. Friday 2nd March 2018.
FREE weekly drop-in for all those who want to maintain/improve their flexibility and reduce the risk of falls. All exercises are adjusted to the needs and abilities of each participant. The class is delivered by a trainer certified in biokinetics.