Age Well Roehampton

Wandsworth Council has asked Hestia to talk to older people living in Roehampton and in the SW15 postcode area about well-being and independence.

They’d like to know how you are currently maintaining your well-being and independence and how they can help you to do so in the future.

Tell them what would work for you!

Contact:

Andrew Loxton (Age Well Co-Ordinator)

age.wellroe@hestia.org

07826 779 664

Exercise Videos

Being indoors and caring can be difficult on our mental and physical well-being. It is not always possible to get out each day to take some time to go and exercise. Here are some exercise videos below that you can do at home, in your own time that don’t require any specific equipment. The videos have been designed and are run by Bec Rowe who is an Australian Physiotherapist. They are low intensity and appropriate for all different fitness abilities.
We hope you enjoy the videos.

Relaxation Videos

Dear Carers,

Hypnotherapist, Rachel, has very kindly been working with some of our Carers by offering online Relaxation sessions via Zoom during these difficult times. Please click the link below which will take you to her YouTube channel where she has shared some of her videos.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJcTNav3REGTI1UYEOQkhGQ/

If you would like information on how to get involved in live sessions, please call 020 8877 1200.

Place of Welcome

Come and drop in every Wednesday 10am to 12pm at St. Mary’s Church, Balham High Road, SW12 9BS.

A safe and welcoming place where you will find friendship, someone to talk to, someone who will listen to you and a cuppa!

More information: christopher.serbutt@btinternet.com
placesofwelcome.org.uk

 

New Post on ‘Bringing Us Together’

BuT Site Admin posted: ” From the 24th of June to 28th June, families across the nation will be attending protests to raise awareness of the thousands of child, young people and adults stuck in Assessment and Treatment Units (often without any beneficial treatment). The #S”

 

Stripped of Human Rights

by BuT Site Admin

The #strippedofhumanrights protests are happening in London and around the country from 23 June. Find out why and how to get involved

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BuT Site Admin | June 11, 2019 at 7:30 am | URL: https://wp.me/p4uFrf-3bm

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King’s Critical Care – ICU Relatives’ Cafe

      

Enabling families and keeping them supported after ICU.

Every 4th Friday of the month at 3pm in Cecily Saunders Centre at King’s College Hospital.

To find out more just ask the ICU or ward Nursing teams or The Patient Involvement Team: tel: 020 3299 8785.

Dates for 2019:

Feb 22nd
March 29th
April 26th
May 24th
June 28th
July 26th
August 23rd
September 27th
October 25th
November 28th