Age UK are running a project designed to start conversations to help people feel empowered and positive to talk about death, to be confident to question each other and thereby being sure that all worries about dying and death are acknowledged. This will support people to ensure that everyone has the best death possible.
As part of Enfield Connections, One to One will provide volunteering opportunities for vulnerable and disabled people, support volunteers to have increased employment opportunities by providing training and enhancing skill sets and practical knowledge.
As part of Enfield Connections, there is a dedicated advice worker to support vulnerable and disabled adults. Our advisers can give vulnerable and disabled adults help and advice on any subject including benefits, debt, housing, health and community care, employment or immigration. An appointment to see an adviser can be made via the main Connections number. Interpreters in community languages or BSL can be provided on request.
Monday to Friday between 10am and 3pm
You can call 020 3960 0129 or you can speak to someone for information and advice via face-to-face appointments at the Mind in Enfield office, 275 Fore Street, Edmonton N9 0PD.
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