I hope your week is a good one so far and that all is well with your loved ones.
As a hate crime champion for Tower Hamlets and a panel member for the Hate Incidence Panel, I wanted highlight that incidences of hate are not acceptable and that Tower Hamlets has an incredible record of supporting victims, convicting perpetrators of hate crime, and working in partnership with organisations to reduce incidences.
I am highlighting this in light of the awful racism directed towards the three English football players but I it reminds me that some carers and the people they care for have experienced hate directed at them.
The Carers Centre is ‘A No Place for Hate’ service provider and we work hard to protect our carers. So if you experience any form of the following then please get in touch with us, so we can help you report it to the right people.
Hate crime is any criminal offence where anyone believes the victim has been targeted because of their:
- race or ethnic identity
- gender or gender identity
- sexual orientation
- immigration status or nationality
- or any other actual or perceived difference.
Feedback from the Carers Forum 13th July 2021
Thank you to Shohel Ahmed form the Council who presented on the new upcoming Adult Social Care Strategy. The Council would like carers to join a working group to help design the new strategy.
An example of some suggestions of importance, which you can decide if it is or not.
If you want to become a member of the working group, then please email email@example.com as I am collating carers names and will be supporting carers with this group.
Don’t forget to join if this is the group for you….
The Carers centre has a longstanding working partnership with the marvellous Create. They have been facilitating workshops for us for many years and we want carers to vote for the next activity taking place in October and November.
So come forward with your suggestions and email firstname.lastname@example.org
Build your Confidence, with professional Evenbreak Coaches.
This amazing training event is tailored to local disabled people.
This includes anyone with long-term health condition/s.
When: Wednesday 21st July 10.30am- 1pm.
Where: Here is the Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 857 1785 9842
The training will start at 10.45 am prompt. There will be a short break halfway through.
If you have any concerns, questions, or technical worries, please contact Luke in advance.
Telephone: 07458 304615
A bespoke self-care programme bringing together various therapeutic disciplines to help you not only cope with these challenging times but feel balanced, build resilience, and thrive.
Click the link below to see what is on.
The recording from our last talk on 16th June 11am titled Standing Tall Is now available here Standing tall – Ageing Well Series – Berrill Stadium (open.ac.uk) In this talk we explored further age-related postural alignment changes affecting postural stability and balance, and ways to compensate for ‘gravity of ageing’. (PowerPoint attached for convenience)
The next talk will focus on Things we don’t talk about while ageing and Dr Andreas Vossler will explore topics around intimacy and relationships. This talk will also cover assumptions about sex and ageing, sexual health in older age, importance of intimacy and positive sexuality in later life. We will share the PowerPoint and links to join closer to the date.
If you are interested in any of the Open University Ageing Well Series
Emil email@example.com for links
Unpaid carers can still access FREE PPE supplies. If you would like to receive PPE, Please contact the Carers Centre on 0207 790 1765 or Ayeda directly.
Domestic Violence Duty Line: 020 7364 4986 between 9am – 5pm.Victim Support: 020 7364 2448/7957
Just wishing everyone a peaceful, safe and week and remember if you need information and advice from the Carers Centre just email firstname.lastname@example.org
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