Bristol Ageing Better produces Age-friendly Neighbourhood Toolkit

This toolkit, created by Bristol Ageing Better, is derived from the World Health Organisation’s definition of age friendliness, and outlines some practical ways in which we can all work to create more age-friendly neighbourhood.

Information on new link worker role for Primary Care Networks

This welcome pack is intended for new staff taking on the link worker role in Primary Care Networks, but it also works very well as a general primer for understanding how the PCN link worker role will function.

Wellbeing College September Schedule

The Bristol Wellbeing College run activities and sessions relating to mental health, resilience, and wellbeing. Workshops and courses are free of charge to people receiving support from any of the organisations which deliver Bristol Mental Health services, including their carers.

Peer support for people with disabilities

Bristol Disability Equality Forum run a monthly peer support meetings providing people the chance to get together to share knowledge, support, and discuss barriers that exist in the community. Upcoming meetings are as follows:

  • Thursday 5th September, 11:30 – 13:30, at The Beehive Centre, St George, BS5 7AW
  • Monday 9th September, 11:00 – 13:00, at St. Pauls Learning Centre, BS2 8XJ
  • Friday 20th September, 11:00 – 13:00, at The Hub, Lockleaze, BS7 9FB
  • Friday 27th September, 10:30 – 12:30 at The Cafe, Gatehouse Centre, Hartcliffe, BS13 9JN

You can read more about Making Change Happen, and the Forum, in their recent newsletter here: