Did anyone watch the Eurovision Song Contest? Unfortunately, the UK did not get a point and came last. However, it was fun, camp and very enjoyable, so better luck next time…
Just a few reminders
Don’t forget to enter your short story about your favourite day in the sun and there is a prize for the best submission. Email email@example.com
Keep an eye out for June’s E-Newsletter, beautifully edited by Danielle later this week – lots of information, Carers Week news, Carers Academy workshops and activities for the month of June and much more…
Keep well, wear a mask where possible, physically distance yourself when you can, and as I always say when offered the vaccine take it, I have had both my doses and feel better for it and my anxiety has greatly decreased.
The Carers Centre Tower Hamlets in partnership
Breathing Space have produced a series of wellbeing videos on the CCTH YouTube
Click this link for a better you: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0FkBpjtnAZLlBIOQHaTToQ/videos
Do you work and care for a loved? Do you want something new and exciting to do at the weekend? This group is open to all carers.
St. Margaret’s House in Bethnal Green are inviting carers from the Carer’s Centre Tower Hamlets to co-create an exciting new digital art project around the theme of care and caring for others, inspired by the children’s novel ‘The Borrowers’ by Mary Norton.
Carers will join the wonderful artists Kazuko Hohki and Milou Stella as care and imagination experts, using story-telling, craft, improvisation, textiles and more…
Who can get the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine?
People aged 32 and over.
You can get the COVID-19 vaccine if:
- you’re aged 32 or over.
- you’ll turn 32 before 1 July 2021.
People at high risk from COVID-19 (clinically extremely vulnerable)
People at high risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19 (clinically extremely vulnerable), can get the COVID-19 vaccine.
People with other conditions that put them at higher risk.
People with certain other health conditions are at high risk and can get the COVID-19 vaccine (as well as people who are clinically extremely vulnerable).
These conditions include:
- long-term lung conditions (such as severe asthma, COPD, bronchiectasis and cystic fibrosis)
- long-term conditions affecting the heart or blood vessels (such as congenital heart disease, heart failure and peripheral arterial disease)
- chronic kidney disease
- long-term liver conditions (such as cirrhosis and hepatitis)
- conditions affecting the brain or nerves (such as dementia, Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, or stroke)
- learning disabilities
- a condition or treatment that makes you more likely to get infections (such as HIV or some treatments for lupus, psoriasis, or rheumatoid arthritis)
- severe mental conditions (such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder)
- severe obesity (a BMI of 40 or above)
You may be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine if any of the following apply:
- you are a main carer for someone at high risk from COVID-19
- your GP record shows you are a carer
- you get a Carer’s Allowance or other support following an assessment by your local authority
How to book your Vaccination:
Play your part in making Tower Hamlets ‘No Place for Hate’
Would you like to contribute to making Tower Hamlets no place for hate?
Are you able to devote some time to helping us make ‘One Tower Hamlets’ a reality by tackling discrimination, hate crime and giving back to the community?
We are recruiting our next group of Hate Crime Champions.
Successful applicants will undertake a FREE training programme that will equip you with the knowledge and facilitation skills needed to provide Hate Crime Awareness training and outreach.
In turn you would be required to deliver at least three hate crime activities such as outreach events or delivering training to those living or working in Tower Hamlets.
Training will take place online via (Microsoft Teams) over two days:
- Wednesday 9th June 10am – 13.00pm
- Wednesday 16th 10am – 13.00pm
Please complete the attached application form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date is Monday 31st May. For more information contact Benedicta Dikeocha on 020 7364 6105.
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 email@example.com
Carers Academy Manager
Monday - Friday – 9.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday – Closed