There are lots of organisations and community groups in Havering that arrange things to do. Whether you’re a carer and look after someone or if you’re elderly and have a disability, there are services and activities that you can get involved in.
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The Walter Boyce Wellbeing Hub supports adults with learning disabilities. Around 30 customers a day attend the centre as well as a number of customers with more profound learning disabilities who attend the specialist unit providing higher levels of care. The centre aims to increase customers’ confidence, self esteem and expectations by supporting them to […]
The Moving Forward Group is a 7 week psycho-educational programme for women over 16 who have experienced any form of domestic and/or sexual violence. It aims to provide some first steps on the road to recovery from domestic and/or sexual abuse. The groups will give you: the opportunity to explore and understand the impact of […]
The Partially Sighted Society (Havering Branch) has been representing the visually impaired community within the Havering area for nearly 40 years. It has grown from a very small group to currently two groups meeting at Yew Tree Resource Centre in Romford. Social evenings Our monthly social evenings include entertainment such as live music, speakers, quizzes […]
We are an award winning social enterprise working in the fields of improving people’s health and well-being through offering therapeutic services in people’s homes, workplaces or community centres. Falls prevention exercise service On a one to one or group basis led by a Specialist Postural Stability Instructor. This is an evidence based exercise programme for […]
Here to help provide a range of guidance and support to help individuals to feel more confident and be able to manage their lives independently working with them to achieve the things that are important to them. We assist with issues such as: support to manage money, access benefits and debt related issues assistance to […]
We offer a range of services including: preschool dance classes for children from 2 years+ in tap ballet modern street drama singing and cheer leading adult ballet adult sequence dancing karate classes fitness classes towns women guild We also provide a community hall available to rent for any occasion from children’s parties to meetings. We […]
To keep in touch with what’s going on in your borough you can sign up to Havering Council’s email updates.http://www.haveringcarepoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/your-council-updates-small.png There are over 70 updates to chose from, ranging from travel news and action on crime to health and wellbeing updates and what’s on for the over 50’s in our borough. Sign up to Havering […]
Havering Over 50’s forum meets every second Tuesday of the month and assists in empowering the over 50’s in Havering to have an effective voice within the community. We are a non political organisation who offers a platform where the over 50’s can find information and raise issues which are of a concern to them. […]
We are an evening and weekend provision based in Barking, Dagenham and Havering. We provide supported social opportunities for adults with learning difficulties who would not easily be able to access fun evening and weekend activities with their friends. We aim to promote independence whilst providing assistance to barriers that adults with learning difficulties face. […]
What does the physical activity referral scheme (PARS) involve? The 12 week gym-based programme allows you to increase your physical activity levels safety and effectively. Designed to meet your individual needs and ability Free initial appointment, gym induction and personalised exercise programme, based on your medical conditions Support and advice from out friendly exercise referral […]