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Fit 4 Health Exercise after Stroke Scheme

Source By: Triangle Care, Stroke Project

Fit 4 Health – Exercise after Stroke/TIA scheme (EASS) is an established free community based service positioned at the final stage of rehabilitation and re-enablement in health and social care. It supports individuals in the maintenance of healthy lifestyle changes and the subsequent transition to independent living. The free programme is designed to meet the long-term effects of stroke and the varied and wide-ranging exercise needs of stroke and TIA sufferers.

Fitness elements of the scheme are delivered twice a week over 8 weeks through gym and circuit based sessions. The clients are also encouraged to walk as much as possible and are given a walking package including a pedometer for the leaders to track client steps. In addition to fitness sessions, enablement days are organised to local facilities/activities and reward/feedback days are held to recognise client’s achievements.

The scheme will once again be delivered from Britannia Leisure Centre (am) and Clissold Leisure Centre (pm) on Tuesdays and Thursdays.   

PJ58749_Fit_for_Health_EASS_A4.pdf


Suzuki Hub- Room Hire
SUZUKI HUB
116 Weymouth Terrace
Corner of Kent Street
London E2 8LR

ROOM HIRE:
 
We have 2 big rooms and 5 small meeting rooms to hire at our Hub in
Hoxton Hourly, Day and Special Event rates available.
 
VENUE LOCATION:
 
Just a short walk from Hoxton and Haggerston Overground stations
Buses also minutes away on Hackney Road 55, 26, 48 and Kingsland Road 394, 242, 243, 67
 
Profits go towards Suzuki Hub Bursaries and SEEit Working Trust community projects.
 
BOOKING INFORMATION:
 
For all booking enquiries please contact roomhire@suzukihub.com or phone Siân on 07595 046 199 OR 020 7729 0586
 

Public health commissioning in the NHS 2016 to 2017

Source By: NHS England

Public health commissioning in the NHS 2016 to 2017

This agreement sets out outcomes to be achieved and funding provided for NHS England to commission public health services. The original agreement which dates from 2015 was updated on 10 June this year.


One Hackney Website

Source By: One Hackney

One Hackney and City is a pilot to provide more co-ordinated services for the most vulnerable, high risk patients in City and Hackney. It's a great source of information on their services. The website was developed in partnership with Hackney CVS.

Click here to view the website and more information


City & Hackney Mental Health Crisis Line

Source By: City and Hackney Mind and East London Foundation Trust

ELFT and Mind have joined forces to launch a trio of services available 24 hour a day. The new services will offer immediate support to people in crisis or in distress, but also follow up with a range of interventions to help individuals to develop ways to cope with difficulties in their life and find ways that help to avoid a crisis. They are available  at weekends, bank holidays and outside office hours.

24 Hour Crisis Helpline

The helpline is for people of any age who may have long term psychological issues or who have had a sudden crisis such as a shock, bereavement, relationship issue, etc. They offer confidential expert advice and guidance support and referrals to local services if needed.


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