September 02, 2016
Westminster City Council and Central and West London NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups invite you to a public consultation event to help us shape the future of health and social care services in Westminster.
August 31, 2016
The Chinese Information and Advice Centre, CIAC's new BME Emotional Wellbeing Service provides free and confidential counselling service to BME (Black & Minority Ethnic) people who live in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham and are experiencing emotional difficulties but who are not specialist health service users.
August 15, 2016
Exercise has been shown to significantly reduce symptoms in people with schizophrenia when combined with medication.
The study from University of Manchester discovered that, when teamed with medication, 12 weeks of aerobic exercise training can improve patients' brain functioning than drugs alone.
August 11, 2016
Family Action, a young carers service in Kensington & Chelsea, offers a budget from £150 to Young Carers who are keen to engage in an activity which promotes good health, for example they can fund gym memberships, dance lessons, swimming, etc.
August 08, 2016
Are you an organisation or community group who caters for the over 50s who has a group who would appreciate a free hot vegetarian meal? If so, SPID have space, in the community rooms of Kensal House Estate, Ladbroke Grove, to provide a meal for local over 50s from Autumn 2016
Shared Lives is a scheme run by the charity, Grace Eyre to provide good quality housing for people with learning disabilities. Are you a resident of Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea or Westminster and willing to open your home to a person with learning disabilities?
August 04, 2016
The Fulham Reach Neighbourhood Policing Team have released their July 2016 newsletter and have organised the following advice and information events
August 01, 2016
The Go Golborne project has this week launched its 2nd campaign, Unplug & Play, which is all about helping children to be active and to develop healthy screen habits this summer and beyond.
People are twice as likely to survive for at least a decade after being diagnosed than they were at the start of the 1970s, Macmillan Cancer Support said. More than 170,000 people in the UK who were diagnosed with cancer up to 40 years ago are still alive, a report by the charity has suggested.
If you are feeling down, learning to tap dance or going out with friends can enhance mood, even if you don't want to do them. Going out for dinner, learning to tap dance or seeing friends are all effective treatments for depression, according to recent research published in the Lancet.