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28th January 2010, 1pm – 7pm, at the Deafness Resource Centre

32-40 Dentons Green Lane, St Helens, WA10 2QB

There will be:

  • Refreshments
  • Music performance from a special guest!
  • Live music from music-net with the chance for you to get up on stage and join in Karaoke.
  • Break dance performance from the UC Crew and a chance to try out some dance moves for yourself!
  • Singing for your health with ‘Crescendo’
  • The chance to find out what support and services are available to you to help you look after your health and wellbeing
  • The opportunity to help St Helens LINk to improve health and social care services locally.

St Helens Local Involvement Network (LINk) is a new independent network which will give people the chance to share their views and experiences on local health and social care issues and services.

St Helens LINk will:

  • Involve local people in the planning and delivery of services
  • Listen to your ideas for change
  • Take action on what you tell us.

LINk is not an individual complaints service as these already exist, but it is looking at common concerns and issues amongst people which it can then take up as issues to raise with service providers. LINk has also been given special powers including to expect a response from providers after contacting them and entering specific services to see the care provided.

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Not strictly mental health – but music is important to many people’s wellbeing so there is a link there! Also music-net have organised workshops that are specifically about or for people with experience of mental distress.

Their next meeting is on Tuesday 6th October when people from the Citadel will talk about their new project for young people. The three year Lottery funded project starts in January and has key targets to meet for wellbeing.

Music-net meetings are held in the Citadel – 2-3.30pm. All welcome – but try to contact them first for catering arrangements – details on their website .

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