Health and adult social care news
Ealing Council’s “Forget Me Not” dementia café opens its doors again later this month for people living with dementia and their friends and families.
A weather warning has been issued for London with very low temperatures and some sleet and snow showers are expected.
Ealing Council is inviting people to become carers by opening their home to adults with learning disabilities.
Smokers in Ealing are being urged to sign up to Stoptober, the country’s 28-day mass quit attempt.
An important scheme that supports adults with learning disabilities within a family home is recruiting more carers.
Ealing Council and Southall Community Alliance have teamed-up to declare September as Ealing walking month, and are providing a series of coordinated volunteer-led health walks.
Health chiefs responsible for Ealing Hospital’s Urgent Care Centre (UCC) are being asked to attend an Ealing Council meeting to answer questions about the service.
Ealing Council’s Michael Flanders Centre, Acton, is running its ‘Forget Me Not”’ dementia cafe throughout the summer.
Ealing Council marked national Dementia Awareness Week (18- 24 May) with the launch of the new Ealing Dementia Action Alliance.
Councillor Hitesh Tailor, cabinet member for health and adults services, met carers and the voluntary sector on Friday, 6 March to talk about their challenges and upcoming changes to care and support.
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