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  • Connecting Your Care: Improving how we use your information

    We are working with the South West London Health and Care Partnership bring together health and care services in south west London to improve the way information about you is shared. This means it is quickly and safely available to the health and care professionals who need to see it, to make better and quicker…

  • Julie’s Story – Mental Health Awareness- Cancer Support

    This is the story of breast cancer patient Julie. She talks about finding the support she needed to help cope with her mental health difficulties. After treatment began for her breast cancer diagnoses, both Julie and her husband found life difficult. The treatment had a huge impact on Julie’s mental health. She felt isolated and…

  • Exercising Outdoors as a Family

    Exercising outdoors with children As we adjust to a different version of daily life, there comes a need to do things in a different way. We meet that challenge by adapting. We learn what works and what doesn’t, and we find new ways to do things. Ways that work for us and if we have…

  • Mental Health: Helpful Tips on Caring for your Mental Health in Isolation

    Spending prolonged periods with little human contact can have a negative impact on mental health. We human beings are naturally social, at our best when communicating, collaborating and sharing thoughts or ideas with others. If that is suddenly taken away or the opportunities to do them drastically reduced, then even the most mentally resilient of…

  • Different Ways of Accessing Healthcare

    Seeing our GP and visiting our local surgery can be challenging at the moment despite being something we have all taken for granted in the past. Much the same can be said regarding dental care, optician’s services and home visits from health care professionals. For some of us even seeing our local pharmacist for help…