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Fixed Term for up to 6 months – maternity cover You will be required to provide administration support to the Sikh Elders Service and the overall organisation.  You will provide a reception service, undertake a wide range of administration duties, including maintenance and development of administrative systems, as well as monitoring. It is essential that…

The Living Well Cafe – for people living with a long term health condition


Touchstone is delivering three structured education sessions in partnership with Leeds Community Healthcare, QISMET and Sheffield University’s School of Health and Related Research. The sessions will run for adults across Leeds living with Long Term Health Conditions. These will be co-designed to support individuals to self manage a range of Long Term Health Conditions including…

Social prescribing service nominated for innovation award

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The Patient Empowerment Project (PEP) has been shortlisted in the Primary Care Innovation category at the 2016 Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards. The PEP is a social prescribing service commissioned by NHS Leeds West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)  and delivered by a partnership including BARCA-Leeds, Touchstone, Better Leeds Communities and Leeds Mind, which helps GPs access community…

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Raat Di Roti – support through sharing

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Raat Di Roti is ever increasing to become a popular project where volunteers and matched elderly participants come together in a cosy environment to share stories, laughter, joy, and a meal. We have had positive feedback from a few of the elderly participants and likewise from the volunteers expressing they find the experience so endearing…

Parity of Esteem for Mental and Physical Health

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‘Parity of Esteem’ is essentially: ‘Valuing mental health equally with physical health’. More fully, parity of esteem means that, when compared with physical healthcare, mental healthcare is characterised by: Equal access to the most effective and safest care and treatment Equal efforts to improve the quality of care The allocation of time, effort and resources in proportion…

Client feedback from PEP social prescribing service

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The Patient Empowerment Project is a social prescribing service commissioned by the West Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group and delivered in partnership between BARCA Leeds, Better Leeds Communities, Mind and Touchstone. The project supports people to take control of their health and wellbeing. Participants are referred by their doctor and are supported to access groups, services and…

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