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  1. Dementia Friendly Swimming

    From: GLL

    We are Dementia friendly, why not come along to one of our pools and enjoy a swim and a cup of tea with us. Staff have been Dementia trained Quiet times have been chosen for the sessions A qualified swimming instructor will be in the pool to assist Carers...

  2. Tower Hamlets Older People’s Reference Group

    From: Age UK East London

    Tower Hamlets Older People's Reference Group (OPRG) is open to all borough residents aged 50+. We meet regularly to discuss issues that are important to us, especially regarding health and social care services. We work together with the borough and health...

  3. Cancer Awareness Project

    From: Age UK East London

    Direct sessions around awareness have taken place in community group settings and have focused on looking at the signs and systems of breast, bowel and lung cancer. One to one information has been provided to patients and GP surgeries, as well as various...

  4. Advocacy service

    From: Age UK East London

    The advocacy service is aimed at people aged 50+ to access support and information, have their voices heard and explore choices available. An Advocate will discuss the issue(s), actions which can be undertaken and agree in partnership with the older person...

  5. LinkAge Plus - AgeUK East London

    From: Age UK East London

    LinkAge Plus is an innovative approach to supporting older residents and their families in Tower Hamlets. Outreach workers support older people to remain independent, access services and activities. We offer one to one home visits or meet somewhere else...

  6. LinkAge Plus

    From: Linkage Plus

    LinkAge Plus is joint funded by Tower Hamlets Council and Tower Hamlets CCG offering outreach to residents over the age of 50. A partnership of 5 organisations: Age UK East London, Peabody, Neighbours in Poplar, St Hilda's at Sonali Gardens and Toynbee...

  7. Bridging the Gap

    From: The Rooted Forum

    Bridging the Gap project aims to bring together different communities and ages. Through the medium of an ICT project we plan to break the barriers of fear, misconceptions and mistrust between these different groups. This Intergenerational Computer Project...

  8. Bangladeshi Youth Movement- Women Centre

    From: Bangladeshi Youth Movement

    We can help you with: Basic/accredited English language classes - to develop and learn new skills and enhance your English reading and writing skills. ICT - for beginners and entry level 1. 1:1 Support - on domestic matters, education, health, training...

  9. Design & Textile Programme

    From: Black Women's Health & Family Support

    BWHAFS’ Design & Textile Programme is set up to train, empower and enhance the sewing skills of women aged 50+ who live in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The programme offers support to newcomers in a variety of sewing techniques which reflect the...

  10. Information and advice

    From: Age UK East London

    Age UK East London works in partnership with seven other local organisations under Local Link funded by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and provides support to older people and their carers around a range of issues. We help with welfare and disability...

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