Social Prescribing Is Coming To Shrewsbury!

Do you provide a service, activity or a group in Shrewsbury that supports health, well-being and independence?

Are you looking for local non-medical or clinical support for people you are working with?

If so, come and find out more about Shropshire’s social prescribing programme, how it is going to be delivered in Shrewsbury and how you can get involved.

Shropshire’s Social Prescribing Team are holding two information sharing workshops on Tuesday 19th June 2018 at The Gateway Centre, Chester Street, Shrewsbury, SY1 1NA.

The time of the first workshop is 12.30 – 14:30 and the second workshop is 15:00 – 17:00.

They hope the break between the workshops will be an opportunity for informal conversation and networking.

Please use the link https://social-prescribing-in-shrewsbury.eventbrite.com to register on to one of the workshops.

If you have any queries about the workshops or Shropshire’s social prescribing programme, please contact Linda Monteith at linda.monteith@shropshire.gov.uk or 07990 085443.

 

Who should attend

Anyone who is looking for non-medical/clinical support for the people they are working with. Voluntary and community groups, charities, social enterprises, commissioned services that provide activity for people in Shrewsbury that supports people to stay healthy and independent. People delivering community based services, e.g. libraries, creative groups and community centres. Practitioners and staff working in primary and secondary care – general practice teams, community health teams and pharmacies. People working in social care, mental health care, public health and health commissioning.

 

Looking forward to seeing on the 19th June to explore how we can work together to develop and deliver  Shrewsbury’s SP programme.

 

Shropshire’s Social Prescribing Team

Shropshire Council/Help2Change/Shropshire CCG

 

  1. The link to comment for the Q proposal is: https://q.health.org.uk/idea/the-power-of-three-discovering-developing-and-connecting-young-adults-16-24-years/

 

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