Carers Trust – Working for Carers Event – How to mentally prepare yourself for getting ready for work

September 16th 10:30 – 12:30

About this event

Working for Carers is a London-wide project that supports unpaid carers, aged 25 or over, to move closer to employment. The project is led by Carers Trust and delivered by its network of 24 partners across London. Working for Carers is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.

This session is for unpaid carers aged 25 or over who are interested in moving closer to employment and will cover:

  • Information on mental health
  • Employer’s responsibility towards their employees
  • How to Mentally prepare & get ready to return to the work
  • How to develop Resilience at Work
  • How to Negotiate things with the employer-Be Assertive

This online session will be run using zoom – once registered, and eligibility criteria checked, we will provide you with the link to join the session.

Eligibility criteria: – Unpaid carer or former carer – aged 25 and over – living in London – not in any paid work

Register here for tickets

(23.08.21)

Job Vacancy at Toynbee Hall

Community Advocate Coordinator

Contract type: Permanent Working hours: Part-time 17,5 hours per week – includes some regular evening and weekend work

Salary: £27,000 per annum (pro rata) = £13,500 per annum Location: 28 Commercial Street, London, E1 6LS and undertaking outreach in and around City of London

Deadline for applications: Monday 20 September 2021 (9.00am) Shortlisted candidates invited to stage 2 and given tasks brief: Thursday 23 September 2021 Stage 2 tasks: Thursday 30 September 2021

Click Here for more Info: Toynbee Hall

Please submit application to application@toynbeehall.org.uk

(17.08.21)

London ADASS Singalon – Every Friday

Click Here for the Zoom link

(17.08.21)

Sing ALONG EVENT

Upcoming Healthwatch City of London Events

One of Healthwatch City of London’s purposes is to understand the needs, experiences and concerns of people who use health and social care services and to speak out on their behalf. To do that we need to hear from you so we provide a number of regular events where we can exchange views and raise issues or concerns. Ideally, we’d like to hold them face to face, but because of the current pandemic we are restricted to Zoom events.

Please see a list of our events below with joining details.

Change of date Listening to City Carer’s event – Friday 27th August

Overview: An opportunity for Carer’s to provide feedback on their experience of Health and Social Care.

Time: 11:00 – 12:00

Joining details:
https://zoom.us/j/96737224444?pwd=bWE5R3l3OGVvY21tbDRpcURqOXFmdz09

Meeting ID: 967 3722 4444 Passcode: 364136 Dial in: 0208 080 6591

Vaccination walk in centres

There are a number of walk in, pharmacy and vaccinations centres across the City and Hackney where you can just walk in for a vaccination. Vaccinations are available for anyone over the age of 18 for first and second doses through out August.

Just turn up or secure an appointment by calling 119 or going to nhs.uk/ coronavirus

Pharmacy clinics:

Bees Pharmacy. 199–201 Rushmore Road, E5 0HD

AstraZeneca-Oxford or Pfizer

Monday–Friday 9am–6.30pm Saturday 9am–4pm

Boots. 120 Fleet Street, EC4A 2BE

Moderna

Monday–Friday 8.30am–5.30pm Closed for lunch 12 noon–1pm

Clockwork Pharmacy. 398–400 Mare Street, E8 1HP

AstraZeneca-Oxford

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9am–7pm Thursday and Saturday 9am–6pm

Day Lewis. 75–77 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8AD

AstraZeneca-Oxford

Saturdays 9.30am–4.30pm

Haggerston Pharmacy. 201 Haggerston Road, E8 4HU

AstraZeneca-Oxford or Pfizer

Monday–Saturday 9am–5pm Sunday (from 15 August) 9.30am–4.30pm

Murrays Pharmacy. 96–98 Murray Grove, N1 7QP

Moderna

Monday–Friday 9am–6pm Saturday 9am–5pm

Silverfields Pharmacy. 141 Homerton High Street, E9 6AS

AstraZeneca-Oxford or Pfizer

Monday–Saturday 9am–6.30pm

Spring Pharmacy. 233 Hoxton Street, N1 5LG

Moderna or Pfizer

Monday–Friday 9.30am–6pm Saturday 9.30am–5pm

COVID-19 vaccine clinics:

John Scott Health Centre. 220 Green Lanes, N4 2NU

AstraZeneca-Oxford or Pfizer

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9am–6.30pm Sunday 9am–12.30pm and 2pm–4.30pm

St Leonards Hospital vaccination centre. Block E, Nuttall Street, N1 5LZ

Pfizer

Monday–Friday 10am–6pm Saturday 12 noon–7pm

The Vaccination Centre. 3a Bocking Street, E8 3RU

AstraZeneca-Oxford or Pfizer

Monday, Tuesday, Saturday 9am–6.30pm Sunday 9am–12.30pm and 2pm–4.30pm

Pop up Vaccination Clinics

You can attend a local vaccination pop-up clinic by walking in or calling 020 8356 3111 to confirm your appointment.

Community groups across the City and Hackney are running pop-up walk-in clinics for those 18+ who need their first dose and those who need their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

14 and 15 August 10am-3pm, Shoreditch Park, 188 New N Rd, N1 6TA

18 and 19 August 5pm-9.30pm, Clapton Common, E5 9AA

21 and 22 August 10am-3pm, Hackney Marshes, E9 5PF

22 August 12-4pm, Morningside Community Centre, Cresset Road, E9 6SJ

29 August 2pm-6pm, The Round Chapel Old School Rooms, Powerscroft Road, E5 0PU

1 September 10am-2pm, Ridley Road Market Ridley Road, E8 2PD

8 September 9am-1pm, The Edge Youth Hub 7 Woodberry Grove, N4 1SN

18 September 11am-3pm, Clissold Park, Near Clissold Park House, N16 9HJ

(16.08.21)

Enhanced Self-Isolation Support Service

(16.08.21)

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New Online Vegan Lunch Club Sessions

Please see info below for more details:

(13.08.21)

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Free Therapeutic Support for Carers in the City of London

Contact City Connections or Adult Social Care for referral:

kevin@cityconnections.org.uk
020 3957 9844

adultsduty@cityoflondon.gov.uk

020 7332 1224

(05.08.21)

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Volunteer Opportunity at VC Hackney – Can you help us get City residents talking about health?

Join our team of health & wellbeing Volunteer Researchers! Do you have ideas for how the City’s communities could be healthier and happier? Do you think people like you should have a say in what issues should be included as priorities? Would you be up for talking to your friends, family, people in your community, about this too? Our local authority is leading on a strategy for health and wellbeing in our areas. We are working to make sure real people, representing all of City’s diversity, get a real say in what goes in it. The project will run from now until mid-September.

Become a ‘volunteer researcher’.  You would engage with your friends and family, plus people in your wider community, asking them questions about health and wellbeing where they live. You would do this through asking people to fill in a survey, 1 on 1 interviews and maybe even hosting a group discussion or doing a stall at a community event.

This would involve: Getting trained in how to do this and receiving ongoing support from our staff and the other volunteers; engaging with friends and family and people in your wider community. In total we estimate this to require roughly 10 hours per month for the three month duration of the project. Benefits: a £50 voucher to recognise your valuable input; the chance to play a big role in shaping City’s health & wellbeing strategy; experience which can go on your CV.

Get involved by clicking on ‘Register Interest’ here, or to find out more, please contact Cornelia at cornelia.harrison@vchackney.org or on 07305086348.

(05.08.21)

Toynbee Hall Update

See below for upcoming events and projects at Toynbee Hall

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