Haringey council have produced a Help with the cost-of-Living guide, outliningthe help and support available for Haringey residents during theRead more
by Joanna BurkeDo you know of someone – a relation, friend or colleague who might benefit from this help?With 2.4Read more
“Get support on your COVID-19 Recovery”
June 2022, the rise in new cases of Covid-19 cases has been
recorded, but we acknowledge as many as two million people
in the UK may be suffering from long Covid, according to new
Office for National Statistics data.
iCare is a voluntary community organisation which provides resources and support for families of children and adults with learning disabilities including those that have Autism.
My name is Uchechukwu Ananwa. I am a special education needs teacher and a positive behaviour support professional with over a decade of experience working with people with autism in a variety of sectors.
I had the company of seven other ladies for the Knitting and Stitching event at Alexandra Palace on Friday 8Read more
“Paradoxically, I was a doctor and a patient at the same time. Halfway through my medical degree, I was diagnosed with a severe mental health illness. My medical knowledge provided me with an in-depth insight into my own mental health illness which other sufferers may otherwise lack.Read more
Jazanne Arts is a Community Interest Company that specializes in working with older people and those living with dementia. We provide a range of reminiscence workshops and arts activities both in the community, in homes and day centres. Our aim is to give a voice to older people, support their artistic work and enable ‘successful aging’.Read more
Grief support groups on Zoom for BAME communities provided by Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre
Starting 7th June
You don’t need to grieve alone.
Do you live in Haringey and have recently experienced loss? We provide safe space for adults to share and understand grief.
Helping people living with a chronic illness stay connected to their community and avoid loneliness and isolation.
As a Compassionate Neighbour you might visit someone regularly in your community, share common interests and help them get out and about, or support one of our group activities. Everyone (18+) is welcome, no experience needed.
Join our free training courses
Register your interest by emailing [email protected] or call 020 8343 6805.Read more