June 07, 2017
Are you a carer for a family member or friend?
NHS North West London are offering two days of free coaching for carers which will help you to develop better knowledge, confidence and skills to navigate the health system.
'Women at the Centre' is an employability programme aimed at women in Westminster from BAME communities (particularly Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Middle Eastern, Black African and Chinese) who are currently economically inactive or unemployed, and who would benefit from help to access appropriate training, volunteering, progressing into paid work.
June 06, 2017
Carers Network announces the launch of the Former Carers Project : a project to support people whose caring role has come to an end. It is set up specifically to provide advice, guidance and support to former unpaid carers as they explore the viable options available to them after their caring role has ended
May 30, 2017
CareTrade Charitable Trust is launching an employment project for people aged 25 years or over, who are on the autistic spectrum and who have been unemployed for 6 months or longer. Closing date for applications is 9th June and limited to 24 places.
May 26, 2017
AskSARA is a quick and easy-to-use online guided advice service, and is now available on the People First website. This 'self-assessment' tool helps residents find solutions to issues they may have with daily activities in their own home.
People First will be getting a great new Home Page on Wednesday 31st May.
May 25, 2017
The Alcohol Service and Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Service (DAWS) have put together a training package in response to the training needs analysis of professionals within the three boroughs.
May 22, 2017
The British trial found that high levels of activity acted as a 'buffer' - fending off cravings for unhealthy fare.
Scientists said the findings suggest that those who got a 'high' from exercise were less likely to feel tempted by junk food.
May 11, 2017
People living in Hammersmith and Fulham now have the opportunity to find out more about dementia, thanks to a free awareness workshop.
Dementia can happen to anyone and there's currently no cure. It can strip you of your memory, your relationships and your connection to the world you love, leaving you feeling isolated and alone. During the week of 14th to 20th May The Alzheimers Society are promoting Dementia Awareness week.