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Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA) at Mind

Vacancy: Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA)

To be successful in this role you must be working towards an IMHA Qualification or have an IMHA Qualification, along with having experience working with issues pertaining to at least one of the following areas: mental health, learning difficulties, asylum or immigration, criminal justice system and or a human rights agency. Having a minimum of one year’s experience of casework is essential.

You will help develop and provide Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) to patients from the boroughs of City and Hackney within East London’s Medium Secure Unit. You will help promote self-advocacy and enable service users to make informed decisions and get their views heard in matters relating to their mental health. As part of the team, you will promote the integration of independent advocacy within mental health services.

If you are motivated, adaptable, perseverant and have an ability to take initiative, then we would like to hear from you.

Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest is an equal opportunities employer.

If you are interested in this permanent role, please send your CV and a supporting statement addressing the points in the person specification to by 5pm on Friday 2nd March.

Personal health budget holders invited to share experiences

People who share a personal health budget invited to share their experiences

People who currently receive a personal health budget or integrated personal budget (combining health and social care funding) are invited to share their experiences in a survey being run by NHS England. Opening on 1 March 2018 until 31 April, all survey responses will be anonymised and used to help improve how personal health budgets are offered in England.

The survey is being run on behalf of NHS England by an organisation called Quality Health. They have over 30 years’ experience of running NHS surveys and guarantee the necessary data protection and data security accreditation.

Please register your interest or share this link with others that may be interested in taking the survey:

Development Officer (maternity cover, p/t) at Geffrye Museum

Development Officer (maternity cover 9 - 12 months, 3 days per week)

o support the museum’s fundraising campaign, we are looking for a development officer to join the team to cover a period of maternity leave. Working with the development director, development manager and development co-ordinator this post will focus on securing support from individuals and companies and support the team in securing funds from high net worth individuals, including overseeing the prospect research and event strategies.

#HeadsUpHackney - Free - on Sat March 10th

#HeadsUpHackney - Free Wellbeing Event Sat March 10th

You’re invited to Heads Up Hackney! Join us at Hackney House on Saturday 10 March from 1.30 – 5pm for a fantastic day of workshops and entertainment to support you to manage your wellbeing and celebrate some of the innovative and dynamic services Hackney has to offer! Enjoy taster sessions on: - Mindfulness - Spoken word - Yoga - Acupuncture - With spoken word performances and nibbles throughout the day. - An exhibition will also run showcasing some of the creative work developed by Hackney residents with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Look out #HEADSUPHACKNEY on Twitter and Facebook! Hackney House 25 – 27 Curtain Road, EC2A 3LT.

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Learn computer and media skills

Connect Hackney Media Group: Learn computer and media skills

If you are over 50, live in Hackney and want to learn computer and media skills, you might like to join the Connect Hackney media group. As well as socialising and learning new skills, the group produce articles for Hackney Senior. No previous experience needed as full training is given. Get in touch to learn more: Matt Bray, | 020 7923 1962

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