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.
Age UK now offers free taxi transport to and from Covid-10 Vaccination appointment for anyone 50+ within Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham, Westminister...
Applied Live Art Studio is working with Museum of London to develop a new work of art about living through the pandemic. The project will offer Londoners, who have chronic or long-term mental health needs, a space to explore their experiences of the pandemic and lockdown and how it may affect their personal wellbeing.
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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.
Happiful is an online and print magazine with the mission to create a healthier, happier, more sustainable society. Their aim is to provide informative, inspiring and topical stories about mental health and wellbeing. They want to break the stigma of mental health in our society, and to shine a light on the positivity and support that should be available for everyone, no matter their situation.
The Advocacy Project is hosting a number of safeguarding events which will take place in March.
It’s turning cold this weekend and over next week with snow and ice expected.
This sudden dip in temperatures can be uncomfortable and inconvenient for many of us. But if you are on a low income or have a medical condition then the problems which you experience can be even greater. Getting around can be trickier, and you may be worried about how you are going to pay for increased heating costs especially as we are asked to stay at home during this lockdown.
Time for Me offer activities for unpaid carers living in Westminster. Activities are currently run via Zoom or phone, helping carers meet other carers for health and wellbeing sessions or to enjoy social time together.