Whether or not you celebrate Christmas, you may find that at this time of year your mental health might be affected by things such as: Loneliness Financial Worries People or situations you may want to avoid Lack of access to support and services Bereavement Over the festive period, we are delivering a month-long programme of events & workshops with the aim of making Christmas a little easier to cope with for those who need it.
A report from One Place East and Healthwatch Redbridge In December 2021, One Place East and the Chair of their Advisory Committee contacted Healthwatch Redbridge as we wanted to raise concerns about the difficulty some patients were having contacting their GP practice and getting an appointment. The Campaign is led by the International Paralympic Committee and involves lots of different organisations.
WeThe15 is a Campaign run throughout the world that wants to help end discrimination for people with disabilities and make their lives better. The Campaign is led by the International Paralympic Committee and involves lots of different organisations.
Our sixth workshop, part of the CreateAbles project will be a Creative Christmas workshop, led by Emma Emma Douglas. Come and join us on Wednesday 16th November, 2pm for a special workshop to create all things Christmas!
We want to know what you think about our plans for a new health centre in Ilford Exchange. Come along to our in person event to hear more about the plans and let us know what you think.
Join us at the next Run-up Service User Meeting on 26 October where we will be joined by Guest Speaker: Jane Smith, LBR Welfare Benefits Team.
This session will take you through the basics of the biological and emotional impact stress has on the mind and body, to help you to recognise, track and relieve your body’s stress response.
Interested in joining our Select Day for our Mental Health Peer Training Programme? We will be running a free 8 day training course during November 2022?
Mental Health Aware is an introductory course designed to increase mental health awareness and give an understanding of how to look after well-being and challenge stigma.
National Hate Crime Awareness Week, 8 - 15 October 2022. One Place East stands in solidarity and supports National Hate Crime Awareness Week. There is no place for Disability Hate Crime!