Author: Vicky O'Sullivan

Shells – Shelter & Health Enlisting Local Support

Know someone who’s at risk of becoming homeless? Or are you an organisation that provides support to the local community? Please share this leaflet with details on how SHELLS can help. SHELLS is a collection of organisations working together in Tendring to help support those at risk of losing their home. SUMMIT’s health advocate can … Continued

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We have signed up to amazon smile

Tendring Mental Health Support – SUMMIT is now set up for amazon smile!   Check out our Facebook page, or click on the link below… Every time you shop Amazon will donate to Tendring Mental Health Support at NO COST to you! https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1009827-0

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Job Opportunity – Health Advocate

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team in a newly created role of a Health Advocate. Role: Health Advocate Contract Type: 1 Year 1 x Part Time Post – 25 Hours per Week Salary: £11.28 per hour (full time equivalent £22,000 per annum) Closing Date: 13th August 2020 About us: SUMMIT (Tendring Mental Health … Continued

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Coronavirus – Stay Safe!

In these challenging times due to Coronavirus SUMMIT would like to say how we will continue to provide a service. We are unable to run groups for the time being, but we still want to hear your views and any concerns you may have. We can still help you to resolve your issues. We are … Continued

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Heal in Motion Dates for 2020

Join Nick from Heal in Motion once a fortnight and try out some simple and easy to do movements, designed to energise the body and clear the mind!   Thursday 16th April Thursday 30th April Thursday 14th May Thursday 28th May Thursday 11th June Thursday 25th June Thursday 9th July Thursday 23rd July Thursday 6th … Continued

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Check Out AB4D’s Blog Page!

Head on over to https://www.ab4dessex.org to check out AB4D’s blog page!   Here you will be able to find interviews and stories from adults with an experience of learning disabilities and autism. Sharing their lived experiences, their views and successes.

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