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2020 Training Closures

15th July 2020
5th August 2020
16th September 2020
28th October 2020
11th November 2020

                                                                      

                                                                       

                                                                         

                                                                           

                                                                            

          

                                                                               

                                                                               

                                                                              

                                                                              

Social Prescribing

NEW SERVICE

Social Prescribing is a new free service available to adults (18+) who are ready to make a change in their lives to improve their health and wellbeing.

A Social Prescribing Link Worker will support you to access activities and services within your community, enabling you to improve your health and wellbeing helping you to stay well.

How does it work?

A member of your GP practice team may suggest a referral to the Social Prescribing Service. A Social Prescribing Link Worker will make contact with you to talk to your and find out more about what you would like help with. The link worker can arrange an appointment at a time and place convenient to you.

A SOCIAL PRESCRIBER IS: • Confidential, practical, helpful, non-judgmental • Someone who can help you to decide what you’d like to do to improve your health and wellbeing by finding you activities that will suit you • Someone to support you on your way

SERVICES AVAILABLE MAY INCLUDE: • Healthy lifestyles and activities • Arts, music, outdoors and creative • Befriending, counselling, support • Housing benefits, financial advice • Employment, training and volunteering • Education and learning • Access to specialist services



 
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