9 June 2021 is ‘What matters to you?’ day, which encourages and supports more meaningful conversations between people who provide health and social care and the people, families and carers who receive health and social care.
We are supporting the Child Accident Prevention Trust’s Child Safety Week from 7-13 June, working to help families build confidence and skills in managing the real risks to children’s safety and encouraging everyone who reads this to share it with others.
Hackney Council have launched a parent information tool on social media to provide specific information for parents living in Hackney.
Two memorial benches to commemorate Hackney public servants who lost their lives in the pandemic can now be visited in London Fields Park.
Dr Jagan John reassures pregnant and breastfeeding women that they can safely have a Covid-19 vaccine when they are invited.
This week (10th-16th May) is Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Week. Anyone can develop Type 2 diabetes, but certain factors can increase your risk, find out your risk today.
Made In Hackney are a community cookery school that have worked with local residents to give them inspiration and skills to cook and eat nutritious, and affordable food. Since Covid-19 Made In Hackney has been adapting the ways they work by developing a telephone service.
Smokefree City & Hackney is offering free, personal and confidential support to stop smoking for those living, studying or working in the City of London and Hackney, or who are registered with a City and Hackney GP.
Hackney Council’s Walking Together programme will return from 20 April 2021.
Smokefree City & Hackney is the stop smoking service for anyone who lives, works or studies in the City of London or Hackney (or who is registered with a City of London or Hackney GP).
GPs in north east London are urging Muslims not to delay having their Covid-19 vaccine – first or second dose – during the holy month of Ramadan, which is due to start on the evening of Monday 12 April 2021.
A mosque in Newham hosted two vaccination pop-up clinics as part of the ongoing efforts to encourage eligible people across the borough to have their COVID-19 jab.