Those were the weeks that were MIRID update 30 Mar – 12 April 2015
Here’s the latest adult social care update brought to you from Making it Real in Dudley.
- Can you spare some time to volunteer with Age UK Dudley’s Good Neighbour Scheme?
- Can you help? How do YOU think councils can communicate with the third sector better?
- Can social media help explain the Care Act? We need your views?*
- State of the third sector in Dudley report from Dudley CVS
- Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Trust help web library gives you access to 23 helpful guides in leaflet & audio formats*.
- People expected to flood into Himley Hall for a photography exhibition on the River Stour
- Author Kate Hamer to visit Kingswinford Library, April 15*
- Age UK Dudley, Nordic Wellbeing Course starts 16 April 2015*
- Springboard to health and wellbeing activity programme January – April*
- Age UK Dudley Walks with a difference programme Walk and Talk Book Club April – June
- New yoga course – saturday mornings in Upper Gornal, starts 18 April 2015*
- Need help with applying for Big Lottery Funding (Awards from All) – 22 April 2015
- Two new Yoga for Health and Wellbeing courses starting in April Dudley and Gornal
- Age UK beginners badminton coaching course from “No Strings Badminton” starts end of April 2015
- Learn to play badminton from Age UK & No Strings Badminton course starts end of April
- Age UK swimming lessons for the over 50s – Dudley Leisure Centre, starts 28 April
- Autism awareness courses May & June 2015
- State of Caring Conference, from Carers UK 20 May 2015 London*
- Dementia Challenge 2015 defeating the disease 2 June London*
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*indicates specific interest for carers