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HELLO AND NAMASTE!
The Community Health Ambassadors graduation event takes place on
31st May at Farnborough Football Club from 10 am - 4 pm.
The event is free but we would ask that people book a ticket to ensure that we reserve a table for them. The tickets can be booked at http://reachoutproject.eventbrite.com/
Some of the trainees who are graduating as Community Health Ambassadors are ex-Gurkhas. We are hoping the conference will attract community leaders who can in turn inform the community about the Community Health Ambassadors in their midst. For more information about the individuals who kindly volunteered their time to do the training, please see videos at the Community Health Ambassador website: www.itsgoodtochat.com
The speakers for the Mary Seacole Award sponsored Reach Out conference are now confirmed. The speakers will share their thoughts & engage attendees in conversation about developments in improving the wellbeing of our communities. In no particular order, the speakers are:
- Peter Crerar - Deputy Mayor of Rushmoor
- Deepak Neupane & Mary Williams - Community Health Ambassadors
- Peter Moyle - Leader of the Council - Rushmoor
- Colette, James & Perry - InS!ght Forum
- Raj Chhetri - The First Nepali Male Mental Health Nurse in the UK
- Dr Glenn Cornish - Consultant Psychiatrist
- Sarah Amani - Reach Out Project Lead
The conference offers an opportunity to come together to celebrate diversity and promote equality. This is also an opportunity to explore ways in which agencies and communities can work together to become more self sufficient and resilient in the face of the current economical challenges.
NE Hants & Surrey Heath Early Intervention in Psychosis Team (EIIP)
Aldershot Centre for Health