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Mayor's Seed Funding

Source By: London.gov.uk

Culture Seeds is the Mayor of London’s £1million small grants programme to help London’s local communities grow grassroots arts, culture and heritage projects across the Capital.
Culture Seeds is still open for submissions, offering grants of £1,000-£5,000 to small organisations, groups and individuals.

 

The programme will remain open until March 2020. There are no other deadlines and you can apply at any time.

 

Culture Seeds Roadshows will offer help and advice on applying.  Details here. 


Self neglect and hoarding training available- 07-02-2019

Source By: LBH

This 1-day course is a follow-up to the half-day workshops that presented summaries of the research evidence on working with adults who self-neglect. It will provide a refresh on the research evidence. It will also focus on recent published safeguarding adult reviews.

7th of February 2019.
09:15 Registration
16:30 Finish

CDM-20834286-v1-FLYER_Self-neglect__Hoarding_1-day_2018-19_1.PDF

appform_-_employees.docx

Appform_-_partners_CHSAB.docx


Hackney Advice Forum- Thursday 13th December 2018 at 10am-12pm

Source By: HSCF

Date: Thursday 13th December 2018  Time: 10am-12pm

Venue: Hanover Housing , Parton Lodge, Laurel Street, London, E8 3AY

We have Mary Dunning from IAS and one Case Manager and Operations Manager from Wales PIP Service Centre who are going to attend our Hackney Advice Forum Meeting to talk about the PIP (Personal Independent Service)

Agenda

  • Welcome and Introduction
  • Actions from the last meeting
  • Universal Credit update – Steve Hanshaw, DWP
  • Hackney Advice Grants - Jackie Brett, Hackney CVS
  • Independent Assessment Services (IAS) – Mary Dunning, IAS
  • AOB

If you wish to attend click here https://crm.hcvs.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=286   to book.


Brand new supported living service in Newham for adults with a learning disability

Sebert_Road_Service_A4_leaflet.pdf

Please see the below from Outward Housing

I’m pleased to introduce Sebert Road, which is a brand new supported living servicein Newham for adults with a Learning Disability and/or Autism. The property is a five bedroom mid terrace house in Forest Gate. We are open for referrals.

 

At Sebert Road, support is tailored to individual needs and therefore we offer 24 hour staff support from well trained staff with good knowledge of the local area and services.

 

For more detailed information on this exciting new scheme, please see the leaflet attached. To refer someone, please contact Rachael Day (Sebert Road Scheme Manager) on RDay@outward.org.uk. Alternatively contact Outward’s Business Development Team, on 020 8980 7101 or email on info@outward.org.uk

 


Government pledges new Mental Health Act after review urges shift in balance of power from professionals to patients

 

For full story from Community Care click here

Read NSUNs response here


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