Sport on! Sunderland’s Social Prescribing Partnership’s approach to physical activity

2021-07-20T12:52:50+01:00

Sunderland’s Thriving Communities partnership is always looking at ways to push the boundaries when it comes to movement and sport. We all know the physical and mental health benefits and have seen first-hand the improvements that physical activity can have on individual and community health. Sunderland Social Prescribing Manager, Vicki Kennedy says: ‘We want to continually challenge the norms around ageing and disability and have been testing creative innovative physical activities for everyone. We’ve programmed silent disco’s for children with special educational needs and disabilities, dance for those at risk of trips and falls and last year even [...]

Sport on! Sunderland’s Social Prescribing Partnership’s approach to physical activity2021-07-20T12:52:50+01:00

Heeley and Handlebards – a diverse range of social prescribing activities for 10,000 people in Sheffield

2021-06-01T12:18:46+01:00

Creative, green and physical activities to help people reconnect – including bicycle powered theatre productions of Shakespeare  Funding awarded from the Thriving Communities Fund for a community to continue building its resilience Co-creation key to developing project with longevity – link workers, community and PCN all involved  Reaching 5000 people face-to-face focused in the most socially deprived areas of the Heeley Plus PCN and another 5000 online across Sheffield  Heeley Trust have been providing much needed support during COVID-19, building on 24 years of support for the Sheffield community. Their aim is to transform how healthcare is delivered in place by building relationships between GPs [...]

Heeley and Handlebards – a diverse range of social prescribing activities for 10,000 people in Sheffield2021-06-01T12:18:46+01:00

Connecting 350 carers with the arts and culture to transform experiences post COVID-19

2021-06-01T12:20:06+01:00

North Tyneside initiative to use arts for health to support 350 carers in the community  Large numbers of carers need support for their own health and wellbeing  40 year legacy built on with funding from Thriving Communities Fund  Partnership projects and work with community leaders to advocate and support mental health for carers with creativity at it’s heart  Building a community for carers who feel disconnected, revitalising a sense of community      Helix Arts has connected people for almost 40 years using the arts to create change, advocating arts and health for the most excluded and vulnerable communities. They have been awarded funding from the Thriving Communities Fund, to lead the Better Connect project, a [...]

Connecting 350 carers with the arts and culture to transform experiences post COVID-192021-06-01T12:20:06+01:00
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