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Chain Reaction’s Jubilee Celebrations!

Chain Reaction offers a range of support for over 200 older people in Newcastle, to help them connect with other people, stay active in the community, and improve their mental wellbeing. This support includes community group activities like…

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Mental Health Awareness Week

What is loneliness? Loneliness is different for everyone; it can be a feeling of isolation, or a lack of a support network.   We don’t need to have lots of friends to avoid feeling lonely. You many only…

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Great North Run 2022

We are delighted to have charity places available for the 2022 Great North Run! Fill in our form to register your interest.

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Autism Awareness Training

We’re so proud to lead Moving On Tyne & Wear (MOTW), an amazing employability programme that helps people with a health barrier, disability, additional learning need, or autism, to get into employment, training, or volunteering.  MOTW…

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Older Person’s Month Celebrations

This month is Older Person’s Month! To celebrate, our Chain Reaction team has been hosting various events, such as ‘Painting for Fun’ and afternoon tea, to give the people they support a much-appreciated wellbeing boost. We are proud to be one of three partners of Chain Reaction. We work in a creative and person-centred way to support older people to live independently in the community. This includes one-to-one personalised support and connecting people to their community, to others, and to a network of natural support.

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World Mental Health Day 2021

The injustice of health inequalities ‘Health inequality’ means that people often don’t experience the same access to help and support with their mental health. This is often because they are also living…

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Social Prescribing Link Worker Day 2021

Today is the third annual Social Prescribing Link Worker Day! This year’s theme focuses on the role that Social Prescribing Link Workers play in creatively disrupting inequalities and powering-up integrated care.

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Dyslexia Awareness Week 2021

This is Dyslexia Awareness Week! The theme for 2021 is ‘Invisible Dyslexia’, as people who have dyslexia often feel as though their struggles are unseen.

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All in this Together

Adam Crampsie, our Chief Executive, was invited to deliver the keynote speech at Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust’s Annual Members’ Meeting.

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