New online peer support network launches for working disabled people and those with lived experience of mental ill health.
Healthwatch England have produced a number of helpful articles with information on how to get the most of health and care services this winter.
This year it’s more important than ever for people at risk to get their free flu vaccine and Covid-19 booster when they are invited by the NHS. The best time to get vaccinated is in the autumn, before the cold temperatures start.
Residents can visit the public health team's mobile clinic on the dates below to to have their blood pressure tested and receive information on cardiovascular disease and lifestyle changes to help prevent high blood pressure.
Those waiting for hospital treatment can visit the Wait well, stay well website for support and advice on management of physical and mental wellbeing.
Next week is World Suicide Prevention Week. To mark this there are three free online workshops open to whoever wants to attend. Everyone is welcome!
In the run up to World Suicide Prevention Day on 10th September, the Public Health Team, Redbridge, are encouraging everyone to take 20 minutes out of their day to complete the online Zero Suicide Alliance (ZSA) Suicide Awareness Training.
Hepatitis C testing kits are now available via the nhs website, free and confidential.
This week NHS England has announced the start of a London-wide catch-up campaign for polio and measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccinations for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children aged 1 to 11 years old.
Did you know that you are three times more likely to stop smoking for good if you get professional help?