Resources – London Social Prescribing Network newsletter [May 2024]

Commitments from the NHS to Engage with communities

In the latest analysis from London Plus, ‘Commitments from the NHS to Engage with communities‘, we explore how each area of London has adapted to the new ICS structure.

Buddying scheme toolkit

Historic England and the National Academy for Social Prescribing have produced a toolkit for use by heritage organisations to set up a buddy scheme.

Race Equality Framework

NHS England have produced a podcast that breaks down part one of the Patient Carer and Race Equality Framework and gives an overview of what’s expected and how to use it if you are involved in accessing mental health services in an easy to understand format.

Talk Club

Talk Club is a UK male mental health charity that helps men improve their mental health. They run events online and face-to-face.

Older adults

Independent Age have free national telephone information groups known as Good to Know groups for those age 65+. They cover topics like wellbeing, social care, money, and scams.

Long term conditions

The ‘We Are Undefeatable‘ campaign, which supports people with long-term health conditions, will be live again this Spring. Get everything you need to amplify the campaign, including case study videos or images.

Carers Support

Good Thinking has a range of support resources designed specifically for carers, including resources for parents and carers.