Have you, a family memeber or friend had experience of trying to find information, support and guidance (IAG about Dementia?
The People for Public Services Forum would like to invite you to its online meeting on:-
Thursday 7th April 2022 12 noon -1:30pm
We recognise thatthe time after a dementia diagnosis can ve difficult. It is not always easy to find the information you need to help understand the diagnosis and what may happen in the future.
Birmingham City Council would liek to invite you to work with them to develop webpages which will focus on dementia IAG. They want to hear about the good or bad experiences of navigating the councils website to find this information.
They also want to discuss:
- What information is needed on the page?
- What support services need to be linked to the page?
- What the layout should look like?
Please come along and share your ideas on how these webpages can be built to better suit your needs
NewStarts have just launched a fund raising campaign with Aviva to support their money mentoring programme, currently operating in New Frankley (and soon to be operating in Bromsgrove) supporting people in financial crisis, by coming along side them and helping them to action their finances, overcome their debts and make the most of the resource they have.
If you’d like to get involved, please do check out their page!
A home is a human right, but for so many a safe home is out of reach. Shelter is working to strengthen renters rights and change the broken housing system to help end the housing emergency.
What we can help with at Shelter Birmingham:
Advice on challenging homelessness descisions and unsuitable offers of accommodation.
Support to resolve disrepair in rented properties
Representation in court regarding possession of homes / evictions / ASBI
Reaside Community Centre Clubs & Classes – For More Details 07944537515
- Tai Chi Group
- Boogie Bounce Xtreme
- Yoga Group
- Junior Martial Arts
- Stroke Group
- Adult Marital Arts
- Knit & Natter
- Judo Adults
- Judo Juniors
A big thank you to everyone who kindly made a donation over the last 12 months.
A grand total of £131.80 was collected through donations in our Acorns Childrens Hospice Charity box.
The Mental Health Recovery Hub Group consists of 24 peer led support groups located at various venues across Birmingham
The hub groups consist of up to 300 memebers who attend the various groups each week
Group Members discuss and decide what discussions and activities take place and what community outings they wish to attend over the year.
There is no cost to attend groups as BCC cover the rental cost and provide each group with a yearly grant, but some groups take a small donation for refreshments provided and pay for outings and mealsn out that are planned but attending is optional.
Bas Khan – / 07867 358637 mental health
Many families are facing challenges in our locality.
Community organisations and support services are working together to meet local needs.
- FOOD BANK
- HOUSING & BENEFIT ADVICE
- FUEL VOUCHERS
- SIGNPOSTING & REFERRALS
- INFORMATION ABOUT LOCAL RESOURCES
- FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Contact us: –
Phone: Mon – Wed 07516 918133 Mon – Fri 07951 346327
Birmingham Early Help Offer Awareness – 17th December 2021 10am
Type of event: Parent Webinar
Lead SEND Service: Barnardo’s
Join the session to learn what Early Help Offer is and how it can help children and families in Birmingham. The session will provide insight into the kind of help available for parents and children and quick self-referral process
The presentation and recording will be sent to the attendee email address within 24 hours after the webinar. If you are unable to attend and would like to receive the presentation and recording, please click here.
Do not book a request for the presentation and recording if you have signed up to attend the live webinar, those that sign up will automatically be sent the documents within 24 hours of the webinar concluding.