FREE Connect@Signal event from 10am to 12pm @ the Ards and North Down Borough Council’s Signal Centre. For more info, contact Karen or Susan on 9147 3788 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fortnightly from 6.30pm to 8.30pm at NDCN’s Resource Centre in the grounds of Bangor SERC – the next is on Wednesday 21st December. Aware is the only mental health charity in NI working exclusively for those with depression and bipolar disorder. Aware Support Groups are free to attend and are one of AWARE’s key services, […]
Fortnightly from 6.30pm to 8.30pm at NDCN’s Resource Centre (in the grounds of Bangor SERC). Aware Support Groups are free to attend and are one of AWARE’s key services, providing regular in-person support in communities across NI. Aware is the only mental health charity in NI working exclusively for those with depression and bipolar disorder. […]
Workshops are designed to provide you with practical tips and information that make a difference to the experience of caring for a person with Dementia. Including six 2-hour workshops, run over six weeks: What is Dementia?; Legal and Financial Issues; Learning to Manage; Communication; Personal Care and Wellbeing; and Local Support Services. The programme will […]
Taking part in physical activity during and after cancer treatment can make a big difference to a person’s clinical outcomes and quality of life. That’s why Macmillan has a scheme in Ards and North Down called ‘Move More’ to help people get and stay active at a level that suits them. Contact Eimear Hagan on […]
If you are aged 16-24 and currently not in education, employment or training, the Start Programme could be the programme to get you on track! The START Programme is a partnership between Include Youth and Northern Ireland Alternatives. The programme is based across Ards and North Down and is currently recruiting for its next cycle.