Kensington and Chelsea Forum Events

  1. September 19 Kensington Town Hall Small Hall 2-4pm
    As some of you may already be aware, our health services are not bothering to consult much with the service users these days on service planning for older people. It is important for us to have a say in the Health and Wellbeing Strategic before it is finalized. Please come along to this meeting to give your input and also to celebrate our 20th Anniversary.
    Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy
  2. September 23 The Brompton Library 2-4pm
    The General Medical Council - the leading UK organisation regulating doctors, would like your views on re-structuring their register of doctors. They would like to know what the public would like included in this register and this is your opportunity to give your views.
    The General Medical Council
  3. September 28 St Peter's Notting Hill 2-4pm
    Increase your mobility, improve your cardio health, muscle tone, flexibility and joint health by joining us at this lively exercise session. Sandwiches, tea, coffee and cakes will be served after the exercises.
    Zumba in your chair
  4. September 30 Kensington Town Hall Small Hall 12 noon-3pm
    The Central London Community Healthcare Trust (CLCH) would like to know your views about end-of-life care are at this event. Lunch will be served from 12-1 and the workshop will commence at 1pm
    Dying Matters... The Central London Community Healthcare Trust
  5. October 6 St Mary Abbots Centre 2-4pm
    Adjusting to a changing world has always been a problem for the older generation and PSALM – the Project for Seniors and Lifelong Ministry, an independent registered charity based at St Pancras Church, Euston Road in London will be presenting their humorous and useful views to our members on how to cope with a changing world.
    Living in a Changing World
  6. October 19 Whitechurch 2-4pm
    National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society, one of the leading organisations dealing with rheumatoid arthritis will be sending us a speaker to talk about the problem and how to deal with it. In the UK 33% of people aged 45 years and over 49% of women and 42% of men of those aged 75 years and over suffer from rheumatoid arthritis.
    National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society
  7. October 21 Brompton Library 2-4pm
    Professor Pat Schofield will be talking to us how to manage long-term pain including the use of drugs, exercise and pain clinics. The Pain Toolkit is available from the British Pain Society.
    Professor Pat Schofield, Chair of the British Pain Society