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Children and Young People

Our work focuses on assessing youth-friendly health services, access to information and keeping healthy

For further information on our work and volunteering opportunities contact our Children and Young People Lead, Natalia Sali

020 7095 5765

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Older People

Our work focuses on care behind closed doors including care homes, transfer of care from hospital to home and tackling loneliness

Contact our older people's engagement lead, Sara Lyon

07943 986 256

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Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

Our work focuses on community and secondary care services, prevention and early intervention.

We want to understand the impact of inequalities on the mental health of people affected by financial insecurity, regardless of their age, gender, ethnic background, religious belief or disability

Contact our mental health engagement lead Anna D’Agostino

020 7274 8522

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The LGBT+ community: a partnership with Lambeth Links

We also work in partnership with Lambeth Links;  the new LGBT+ community forum for Lambeth. Working in collaboration to  communicate  the many health and wellbeing issues that still adversely affect the LGBT+ community and advocate for improvement in services across the borough. 

Lambeth Links website

Black Thrive: a partnership for Black wellbeing 

We also work in partnership with Black Thrive, to take take a holistic approach to addressing the causes of mental ill health by looking at factors such as access to housing, education, employment and so on. 

Black Thrive's website

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Learning Disabilities

Our work focuses on the issues adults with learning disabilities face
when accessing community services.

We host the Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly  for people with a learning disability and carers to come together to talk about things that are affecting them and what they want to see happen.

Learn more about the LLDA