What is the current situation with the Coronavirus (COVID -19) and where to find more information.
These are challenging times for us all being in National Lockdown (Stay at Home). There is no way of knowing how long it will be before things return to normal. However, community providers are adapting the way in which they work.
Resonate Arts produce a monthly activity letter for those living with dementia in the boroughs of Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea with ideas to try at home including singing, visual arts and music. It also includes any news and information that you may find helpful.
Concia Albert, Westminster resident and Head of Social Prescribing at One Westminster relates her recent experience of getting the Coronavirus vaccine.
Westminster Dementia Advice service has compiled a Covid-19 updated services guide, for people living with dementia, on a wide range of services from information & advice, support, things to do, food delivery, etc. You will also find a short explanation of the current lockdown restrictions.
The latest newsletter from Fulham Good Neighbours, a long-established, local charity working towards a community where neighbours look out for each other and offer help when it's needed
Start 2021 the best way possible with Dry January – the UK's one-month alcohol-free challenge. Get your fun back. Get your energy back. Get your calm back.
Join a group of people with lived experience of using mental health services in Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea to explore what the future of these services could look like and feedback to Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust.
A performing arts charity, Shapeshifter Productions, have created a free, virtual jukebox of video songs that are keeping older and isolated people singing through the pandemic. They hope their Smiling Sessions singalongs will help support wellbeing and mental health during this difficult time.
Connecting London is a partnership of Change Grow Live services across the London area. They know things can be difficult over the festive season, so they've put together a timetable of events. From mindfulness sessions to karaoke, they're here to support you. You will also find some other useful links to help support people.