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Prostrate and Bowel Cancer and Diabetes event

 

 

Please see this link prostate_bowel_diabetes_events_september8_1.pdf

 


Free Drama & Resilience project for adults with learning disabilities & autism

Source By: Access All Areas

Aimed at adults with learning disabilities and autism, Spring Back uses drama and role play to promote positive strategies to manage difficult situations. We use forum theatre, role play and drama techniques to ensure each participant develops their practical skills in: communication, relationships, healthy eating, staying active and being part of your community.

We have several places still available for new participants, particularly those living in Hackney and neighbouring boroughs. 

Please find attached Easy Read flyer for further information.  We may also be able to bring a short taster session to your venue in August or September, if this is of interest.

If you would like any more information or to book a participant’s place, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Projects Coordinator Alex at alex@accessallareastheatre.org or call us on 020 7613 6445.

Spring_Back_Autumn_18_Easy_Read.pdf

 


Up to £25,000 available through the Justice and Equality Fund’s ‘Now’s the Time’ small grants programme

Source By: Rosa

 

Now’s the Time, the second programme from the Justice and Equality Fund, is open for applications and aims to amplify the voices of individuals and groups who are calling for an end to sexual harassment and abuse, in their workplaces and in their communities. 

We want to resource imaginative, collaborative and creative grassroots activism so we are asking organisations to apply by answering the question: What would you do towards ending sexual harassment (in work places and in communities)? We want to fund:
 

Prevention work

Awareness raising activities

Imaginative and creative grassroots activism

Influencing work

Work with groups and communities who might face additional barriers to getting their voices heard, or might be at higher risk of sexual harassment and abuse to amplify those voices

Work that tries out new ideas

Work that replicates tried and tested approaches in new settings

Work that others can learn from
 

We are particularly keen to see cross-sector partnerships where the expertise of specialist voluntary sector organisations at the forefront of this work is shared with others to help drive broader change. Organisations can apply for up to £25,000

All applications must be submitted by Thursday 27th September.

To apply or to find out more about Now's the Time click below

 

 


Alzheimer's Society City and Hackney services - presentation

Source By: Alzheimers Society

To promote good communication with our partners,  I am planning a quarterly presentation / Q and A session about our local Alzheimer’s Society services for everyone affected by dementia in City and Hackney.

These presentations are for staff from any Health, Social Care or Voluntary organisation – and may particularly benefit new staff during their induction – or students on placement.

The next presentation will be on  Wednesday 26th September 18 at 3pm. All staff (new or existing) who would like to attend are most welcome – but - due to space - it will be necessary to book a place

click here for poster- CH_services_Presentation_Poster_for_September_2018.pdf

Please feel free to circulate this amongst your colleagues / network


Talk Cancer - Tuesday 11 September, Thursday 27 September and Tuesday 6 November 2018

Source By: Cancer Research UK

Date:  Tuesday 11 September, Thursday 27 September and Tuesday 6 November 2018

Time:  10am -1pm (tea and coffee from 9.30am)              

Venue: Homerton Education Centre, Homerton Hospital, Homerton Row, London E9 6SR                 

Delivered by Cancer Research UK trainers with a nursing background.

Who is the training for?

Anyone who can promote health and wellbeing in their community.

What is Talk Cancer?

Our workshops equip and empower you to raise cancer awareness in your community by:

ü Increasing your knowledge of key messages around cancer prevention, screening and early diagnosis

ü Building your confidence to talk to the public about cancer

ü Helping you to encourage people to make lifestyle changes, access local services and visit their GP promptly with any concerns

How do I book?

Please book using the Eventbrite links below

Tuesday 11 September 2018 –register on Eventbrite
Thursday 27 September 2018 – register on Eventbrite

Tuesday 6 November 2018 – register on Eventbrite


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