Projects & Campaigns
We are proud that in the last year we have managed to achieve collaborations, innovate and think creatively, with all activities welcomed by our clients. In 2021:
- We welcomed a student nurse for a 3-week work placement.
- We offered a 5-week Sexual Awareness workshop in partnership with SASH London.
- We offered an 8-week Gardening workshop in partnership with the Hammersmith Community Gardens Association.
- We delivered Hate Crime Awareness Training in partnership with Stop Hate and LBHF.
A few more exciting art and sports projects are in the making so watch this space!
Tuesday, 23 May 2023 by HF Mencap Admin
Parentsactive invite you to join our conference: Transitioning into the right care, at the right time in the right place 26th June 2023 9.30 am – 3.00pm West London College Gliddon Road, London, W14 9BL We welcome: Parents/carers of young adults (18 plus) with learning disabilities and/or autism/neurodiversity
About the vaccine You can find out more about the coronavirus in the easy read guide: A guide to your coronavirus vaccination. And by law you should have reasonable adjustments made here is an easy read guide available HERE The coronavirus vaccine is a medicine that helps to keep people safe from coronavirus. Scientists have tested
We are proud to support Harrow Mencap’s campaign, Harrow Mencap is been running this latest campaign and has approached us for a collaboration. The latest Public Health England report has estimated that 6.3 times more deaths occurred among people with learning disabilities than the general population between 21 March and 5 June 2020. Deeply concerned about this
Friday, 29 January 2021 by HF Mencap Admin
We are joining forces with Mencap to ask the government to prioritise people with a Learning Disability to be put in at least group 6 of the Vaccination priority list. You can get involved too by writing to your MP. Mencap has made this even easier by following this link you can see a draft
HF Mencap is proud to have joined Mencap’s national “Treat me Well” campaign in 2020. Our local group calls on NHS staff to make reasonable adjustments for people with a learning disability which can help to save lives. Currently, we are campaigning to Imperial College NHS Trust to make reasonable adjustments such as information in