Our weekly Mental Health newsletter has arrived

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Written by our Communications Assistant, Ed Peston.   Drawing from his own lived experience of mental health. Ed knows just the sort of information that is useful to include. Every week its packed full of useful information, articles, useful links, advice, free workshops, podcasts and more. This week all FREE events, activities and seminars: Stress, […]

Our April newsletter is out now!

Screen shot of newsletter, headline reads: Inclusion barnet news. Making a difference, Working with our Touchpoint customers, we find out all kinds of information about what is and isn't working in Barnet. A few months ago we started having regular team meeting sto see who we could start to tackle some of the issues that have come up. This creates a list of issues that are causing problems for our users, so we then go and see what we can do about these by liaising with bodies such as the council, the DWP and Barnet Homes.

  We’ve just published our monthly newsletter, bringing you news on local and national matters that impact disabled people in Barnet, how to get involved in our campaigns and research, and other useful local information. This month: Members meeting invitation Library volunteers wanted How we’re making a difference Welcome to new team member Funding for […]

Our weekly Mental Health newsletter has arrived

screen shot of newsletter shown on mobile phone. Headline article reads Panel Discussion: Intersectionality of Bisexuality and Mental Health, Thursday 7 April, 6.00 - 7.30pm LGBT+ people overall are at significantly higher risk of experiencing common mental health problems than the general population - and within the LGBT+ community, people who identify as bisexual have significantly higher rates than their Lesbian and Gay counterparts. Why is that, and what can we do to change that situation?

Written by our Communications Assistant, Ed Peston, every week. Drawing from his own lived experience of mental health. Ed knows just the sort of information that is useful to include. This week its packed full of useful information, articles, useful links, advice, free workshops, podcasts and more. This week all FREE events, activities and seminars: […]

Members meeting Thursday 14th April 2022

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We’re hosting our first in-person members meeting since the start of lockdown and we’d love you to join us! Of course, staff will be masked up and you will still have the option of joining by video if you’re unable to attend. Inclusion Barnet Members’ Meeting South Friern Library Thursday 14th April 2022 12.00pm to […]

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photo of mobile phone with newsletter article: Loneliness & health a seminar with Lars Svendsen, Wednesday 30th March 1 to 2pm. How loneliness can impact our quality of life and affect our physical and mental health.

Did you miss us last week? Our Monday morning Mental Health newsletter is back as usual this week and has just been released. Packed full of useful information, articles, useful links, advice, free workshops, podcasts and more. This week: FREE discussion: Safeguarding mental health while making art FREE event: Bring your own mug FREE discussion: […]

Staff blog: OMG have you seen Then Barbara Met Alan?

photo of TV drama characters Aland and Barbara in the road in front of a bus. Barbara is seated in wheelchair, Alan is standing. Wearing 80's style clothing.

Staff blog, by Hannah Chamberlain That was the first thing I posted on the Inclusion Barnet team chat the morning after the screening of the drama on BBC. Then Barbara Met Alan tells the story of disability rights activists Barbara Lisicki and Alan Holdsworth. It tells it as a love story, it tells it, said […]

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Screen shot of newsletter. Article reads: From Jail to joy. My journey with Bipolar, satruday 19th March 2.30pm to 4pm. This talk is for anyone who has lived experience with bipolar disorder and the friends and family who are supporting them.

Our Monday morning Mental Health newsletter has just been released. Packed full of useful information, articles, useful links, advice, free workshops, podcasts and more. This week: Mental health adjustment – staff blog Barnet Service User and Carer Forum FREE seminar: Children and young people’s mental health FREE talk: From jail to joy – my journey […]

Vacancy – Healthy Heart Peer Worker

Dream Job this way

Fantastic part time job opportunity with our team! Do you have experience of living with high blood pressure or similar long-term condition, and an understanding of South Asian, African, or Caribbean heritage communities in the UK?  Would you like to use your knowledge to help others? NW9, London (Hybrid) £25,000 per year pro rata, actual […]

Download our weekly Mental Health newsletter

Photo of newsletter screenshot on mobile phone. Feature article reads: LGBTQIA+ mindfulness and sharing session. Led by Uz Afzai. wed 9 March 7 to 8pm. L

Our Monday morning Mental Health newsletter has just been released. Packed full of useful information, articles, useful links, advice, free workshops, podcasts and more. This week: FREE webinar: Mind: Mental Health Champions FREE event: Five ways to wellbeing FREE webinar: Managing your mind: Assertiveness History of mental health – discussion FREE workshop: Developing resilience FREE […]

Our March newsletter is out now!

Screen shot of newsletter shows article heading: Welcome to three new team members with table of 15 photos of staff, mixed ethnic appearance, mixed ages, mixed genders.

We’ve just published our monthly newsletter, bringing you news on local and national matters that impact disabled people in Barnet,  how to get involved in our campaigns and research, and other useful local information. This month: Are you paying for GP letters? Job vacancy FREE disability awareness training The impact of GP charges Barnet Together […]

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