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You should have all received your invites to our AGM, this Wednesday at our office in Ilford Lane, Please enter by the rear entrance in Fern Way. We will start promptly at 7pm and look to have the business finished … Continue reading
Don’t forget we have the first meeting of our new siblings group to coincide with the parent carers group on Monday 3rd July at 7pm. Contact Olivia for siblings and Nandhini for Carers.
Please follow the link below to see a programme of the great activities planned for this year. brochure
Following the tragic events at Manchester Arena last night the General Election campaign has been suspended. The Hustings, therefore, at Redbridge Central Library planned for tonight have been cancelled Our mailing address is: Redbridge Concern for Mental Health 98-100 Ilford … Continue reading
Do you want to know more about Cyber Bulling, online gaming, online grooming, sexting, parental controls and more. Thursday 30th March, 10an to 12 noon. At the Redbridge Forum Office. Cost £2.50 lunch included. Still a few places left. Please … Continue reading
Upcoming Events. Wednesday 29th March. Employing your own personal assistant. Wednesday 26th April. Build your herb garden. Call Nandhini for more information and to book your place. 020 8478 7571
Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Groups (BHR CCGs) are currently reviewing the Community Equipment Service and want feedback from service users/carers about their experience of the existing service and where improvements can be made. Community equipment may … Continue reading
The wheelchair service aims to meet the needs of service users with restricted mobility, through timely, high quality, specialist assessment of needs and the prescribing and provision of appropriate wheelchairs, seating systems and associated equipment, including any necessary repair and … Continue reading
Healthwatch are holding some meetings on how services can improve and continue in the future. If you are interested in having your say… Click this link to see the flyer. Healthwatch A3 online