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Repayable grants for charities and Social Enterprises

Source By: Social Investment Business


How does the health and care system work? How is it changing?

Source By: The Kingsfund

How does the health and care system work? How is it changing?

One of our organisational goals is to be a valued source of information and insight. As part of this, we aim to improve people’s understanding of the health and care system, how it works and how it is changing.

 Click here to see some of the key pieces of work in this area.

EU Settlement Scheme: employer toolkit

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The employer toolkit will equip employers with the right tools and information to support EU citizens and their families on the EU Settlement Scheme.

Click here

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 or call us on 020 7613 6445.



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