Individuals will be offered an appointment with a Wellbeing Coordinator who will conduct an in-depth needs assessment and then facilitate activate participation in local community-based services, e.g. gardening groups, benefits advice, exercise groups, walking groups, volunteering, befriending and online services.
- Socially isolated and lonely
- Frequent attenders to GP/A+E
- Presenting with a social problem
- Mild-moderate mental health problems
- Keen to participate in non-clinical activities but not aware of what’s happening locally
- a threat to themselves or others
- in a crisis situation
- already has care plan in action from another organisation
- any uncontrolled mental health issues or addictions
- unsuitable for group related activities
Your wellbeing Coordinator Nurul Chowdhury will be at the surgery on Mondays. Patients can be booked by a GP or anyone else at the surgery. For more information please click here
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