The holy month of Ramadan starts for Muslims on Friday 26 May, and will see many of our own staff and service users undergo a period of daily fasting, plus devotion to prayer and charitable acts. The holy month of Ramadan starts for Muslims on Friday 26 May, and will see many of our own staff and service users undergo a period of daily fasting, plus devotion to prayer and charitable acts, have pooled their expertise to provide food, drink and an information pack for a healthy Ramadan.
Hounslow Hawks Football Club, managed by the Occupational Therapy Service at West London Mental Health NHS Trust and partly-funded by the trust’s charity, has been nominated for a ‘Best Inclusive Project’ FA Community Award for encouraging participation from all regardless of age, sex, race or disability, as well as for championing social inclusion schemes within the Hounslow community.
There is no evidence that our trust’s computer systems have been infected by the global cyber-attack which hit a number of NHS and other organisations last Friday, spreading a serious computer virus.
As part of Dementia Awareness Week (14 – 20 May) and to mark International Clinical Trials Day (Saturday 20 May), West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s Clinical Trials Facility at Lakeside Mental Health Unit will open its doors to the public, offering a glimpse inside the unit and showcasing the use of virtual reality technology in research studies.
The Chief Executive of one of London’s most diverse NHS mental health trusts has launched a week long self-care campaign to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by saying “it’s ok to talk about mental health and say I need help”.
Carolyn Regan, Chief Executive of West London Mental Health NHS Trust said:
“Our thoughts are with Alice’s family at this difficult time. It is clear that on this occasion we didn’t meet the high expectations we set ourselves and for that we are sorry.
The NHS will invest nearly £200,000 to develop services at West London Mental Health NHS Trust that will ensure children and young people receive improved care if they experience a mental health crisis.
Commenting on the upcoming Heads Together and Virgin Money London Marathon, Carolyn Regan, Chief Executive of West London Mental Health NHS Trust said:
“This weekend sees a huge milestone in the fight to challenge mental health stigma. As official sponsors of one of the most high profile marathons in the world, Heads Together are encouraging people to speak out about their mental health in the most high profile way.”
West London Mental Health NHS Trust has become a member of the Positive Practice in Mental Health Collaborative, and will work alongside them to promote improved ways of working within mental health care. The Collaborative is formed of over 75 organisations, including NHS trusts, CCGs, front line charities and service user groups. As part of its […]
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