First Aid Training from the British Red Cross

Thu, 22 October 2020 10:30 – 12:00 BST Online Event Many of us will walk past a person in need of emergency first aid because we are unsure or not confident about what to do. There are some very simple … Read More

Infection and prevention webinar for Slough carers

A free, short and informative session to learn about: Infection control in the light of coronavirus and the new curriculum in schools Winter preparation and flu vaccination Opportunity for Q&A 29 September, 5.30pm-6.30pm Email susan.dyer@slough.gov.uk for more info and to … Read More

Happiness Matters Training

Wednesday 23 September 2.00pm-3.30pm Via Zoom   The desire to be happier is shared by the 7.7 billion people on this planet. So come along and learn some simple techniques to help you deal with life’s challenges and discover how … Read More

#OneSlough Employment & Wellbeing Course for Slough residents

A FREE online course to get you job ready. You’ll develop your strengths and be ready for interviews with employers. If Covid-19 has had an impact on you, your family, your confidence and your personal circumstances, this course is for you. … Read More

Training for Carers

TRAINING FOR CARERS INFORMATION SHEET 1. WHO IS THE TRAINING FOR? This training is aimed at those carers whose loved one suffers from a mental health problem. Mental health problems cover a wide range of conditions: Schizophrenia Schizo-Affective Disorder Bipolar Disorder … Read More

Eat 4 Health

Why not join one of the eat for health courses running in and around Slough. Learn more on the eat-4-health website: https://www.eat-4-health.co.uk/

Talking About Cancer – Free Online Course

What is the Talking About Cancer online course? Our free interactive online cancer awareness course has proved a huge success in helping people build confidence and “know-how” to separate cancer myths from facts and encourage healthy lifestyle changes. Join thousands … Read More

10 things every carer should know

1. ASK FOR A CARER’S ASSESSMENT All carers are entitled to ask their local authority for a Carer’s Assessment. As well as looking at the help you might need with caring, the Carer’s Assessment also gives you the opportunity to … Read More