Tags: CK Health Connect
The launch of the exciting Digibus digital inclusion project in Charlton Kings has now been postponed until the autumn 2021. IT Schools Africa, which runs the project, has confirmed is that the conversion from bus to digital lab is now fully underway, with a projected completion date of the end of September.
The project will allow local residents to sign up and make the most of digital technology in... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 03 Aug 2021 08:50 by Joanna Noles
Parenting Mental Health is a community and UK registered charity that supports parents supporting young people with mental health issues. Parents are invited to join this webinar in which Suzanne Alderson will share her approach of 'Partnering not Parenting' when a child becomes anxious or depressed, how to cope with our own emotions, and how parents can play a vital support role. Following the presentation... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 29 Jun 2021 12:31 by Joanna Noles
From Monday 12th April Charlton Kings Parish Council is launching an online and paper copy Health & Well-Being survey to support the community to successfully transition out of Covid-19 restrictions. It is recognised that for many people, to a greater or lesser degree, there has been and will be an emotional, social, physical and financial impact as a result of the pandemic. With our local statutory... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 13 Apr 2021 16:35 by Joanna Noles
Our CK Health Connect Community Development Worker, Amanda Wragg, is seeking residents views on Health and Well-being activities within the Charlton Kings, both in "normal life" and during the current COVID-19 lockdown.
If you would like to contribute your own experiences and ideas, please complete our questionnaire and return it to Amanda Wragg (CK Health Connect Community Development Worker) at CKHealthConnect@charltonkingsparishcouncil.gov.uk... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 08 Jun 2020 13:30 by Joanna Noles
For the past three months, Dr Amanda Wragg, our CK Health Connect Community Development Worker has been visiting different community groups and having conversations with business people; churches; schools; pubs and cafes; and, people who run or attend health and well-being activities for all ages in the Parish.
Her aim is to look at what already goes on, what local people feel there should be more of,... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 27 Apr 2020 15:00 by Joanna Noles