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Friends Action North East has just set up 2 new social groups one in Sunderland and one in South Shields.  The South Shields social group meets Stan (FANE staff) at Ocean road Community Centre at 11:30 pm- 1:00pm. Saturday 2nd July Saturday 6th August...
Newcastle, 25th July, 9:30am - 4:00pm This workshop aims to bring together the ideas, theories and practical skills needed to use Creative Communication when working with people with profound and multiple learning disabilities. It is an experiential...
Tomorrow’s Leaders is a leadership course for people with learning disabilities who live in the North East or Cumbria. It is for people who are already leaders in their area but want to become better at this. Also for people who want to put their...
Hello all, Welcome to this August 2016 edition of the MHNE bulletin and we hope you are enjoying your Summer, as we mentioned last month it is a fantastic time to embrace the benefits of nature and the outdoors, especially with so many upcoming events...
The term Next of Kin (NoK) is commonly used and there is a presumption that the person you identify as your NoK has certain rights and duties. Health and social care colleagues should always consult the people closest to a person who lacks capacity to...
Cycling
Activities at Better Days Cycling – Bikes and helmets supplied Experienced – Every two weeks Beginners – Every two weeks Assessment and training by instructors Adapted (Trikes and quads) – Every two weeks   Activity Days Yoga, Curling, Golf and Bowls – ...
Tired of showing films on the small screen to small audiences, a collective of Northeast organisations have decided to come together to create a new opportunity for films produced by people with learning disabilities and autism to be screened at The...
12th October, 10:00am - 3:30pm. Information sharing event for people with learning disabilities, their families & support providers Presentations Health: Alison Forsyth (Hospital Liaison Nurse) and Suzanne Taylor (Community Nurse) will talk to you...
Step Up is an exciting new project run by BLISS=Ability and funded by the Big Lottery around social prescribing for residents in South Tyneside. Social prescribing has been described as “a means of enabling services to refer clients or individuals with...
Pool of Sound is a specialist music project based in Newcastle and has been running since 2006. The project provides one to one and group music sessions for a wide spectrum of people with learning and physical disabilities. The overall aim of the project...