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Event: Urgent and Out of Hours care in City and Hackney

Healthwatch event: Urgent and Out of Hours care in City and Hackney

The City and Hackney's unplanned care workstream would like to hear your experiences and views to help design local urgent care services

 

Have you been to A&E?
Have you used GP out of hours service, Primary Urgent Care Centre (PUCC) or NHS 111 ?
Where would you go if you had a health emergency in the night?
What do you need from an urgent care or out of hours service?
We are keen to hear from City and Hackney residents from the following

Residents who are 50+
Black and ethnic minority groups including migrants and refugees
Parents of young children including disabled children
People with chronic illness
People in work
When: Thursday 3 May 2018
Time: 6pm-8pm
Where: The Adiaha Antigha Centre, 24-30 Dalston Lane, E8 3AZ
Map

Food and refreshments will be provided. Please arrive at 5.45 pm to allow time for registration.

This event is strictly booking only as numbers are limited. Booking allows us to ensure that the event runs smoothly. You can Book HERE

For transport please call 020 7923 8358
Email info@healthwatchhackney.co.uk or info@healthwatchcityoflondon.org.uk

 

 


Triangle Stroke Project - Stroke Project Awareness workshops
Stroke Project Awareness workshops
 
The Stroke Project can offer several types of workshops to the general public, at risk groups or staff working in City & Hackney to help them understand stroke and how stroke is affecting people in different ways.
Awareness workshops about preventing strokes can be delivered in the form of 1 hour workshops, as a one-off session or as part of a 5 session programme (including stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, diet and exercise). Half day workshops are available suitable for staff.
 
We need a minimum of 10 people to deliver a session and come and deliver the session at a suitable venue in Hackney or the City.
 
Contact the Stroke Project via strokeproject@triangle.care for more information

‘Partners for Health’ grants

London Catalyst ‘Partners for Health’ grants programme


London Catalyst has launched the ‘Partners for Health’ grants programme. Grants of up to £10,000 will be considered for social action projects tackling the effects of poverty and health inequalities in London, where the organisation concerned will be working in partnership with a health expert or health provider. 
Deadline 24 May. Read more
https://www.londoncatalyst.org.uk/grants/


Final few days to apply for social enterprise funding

Starting or scaling up a social enterprise


Applications are now open for the 2018-19 round of social enterprise support from the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) in partnership with Lloyds Bank. There are three support programmes available: Start Up, Trade Up, Scale Up. 
Deadline 26 April. More information
https://www.the-sse.org/lbsep/


Funding for those working with disadvantaged children

Children in need funding

Children in Need's small grants programme makes grants of up to £10,000 per year for up to 3 years. To be eligible, your project must work with children who are experiencing disadvantage 
Deadline 13 May. More information
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/wWhd5lqf4RZ3xhL63G9Xmc/small-grants-what-you-need-to-know


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