Adult Social Care news
Havering celebrates Learning Disability Week
Havering is celebrating Learning Disability Week by working with local organisations to come together and host a ‘Health and Wellbeing’ event.
Dementia Action Week - Support across the borough
In the UK, one person develops dementia every three minutes. Yet too many people living with dementia face the condition alone and excluded from society.
Danish Delegates look to Havering for inspiration
Over 15 Danish delegates visited the London Borough of Havering last week to learn from the Council’s award winning dementia services.
Help shape Adult Social Care in the borough
Havering Council is asking residents to have their say on the draft Adult Social Care & Support Planning policy.
Seek advice during Learning Disability Week
Meet The Council’s Community Learning disability (CLD) team, and learn about the services available to adults aged 18 and over who have a learning disability.
Carers Week 12 - 18 June 2017
Building a carer friendly Community
Children’s Commissioner and LGA Safeguarding Adult Lead join Havering safeguarding conference
The Children’s Commissioner of England, Anne Longfield, gave a key note speech at the Safeguarding Children’s and Safeguarding Adults’ Boards conference yesterday (Wednesday 24 May).
Freedom pass deadline
The Council is contacting over 1,100 of the approximately 50,000 residents with Older People’s Freedom Passes asking them to confirm they still live in the borough and that they are still eligible for a Pass from Havering.
Living with Dementia? Support is at hand
People with dementia, carers or anyone interested in finding out about dementia are invited to attend a day of activities including information sessions, Singing for the Brain and Bollywood dancing.