Free Wellbeing Courses

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We thought you might be interested in these free wellbeing courses held over the next few months at our Centre: 

·    Learning for Wellbeing: Wednesday, 9 May 10.00-13.00

·    Understanding Depression: Tuesday, 10 July 13.30-16.30

·    Caring for Someone with a long term illness or disability: Wednesday, 11 & 18 July 14.00-17.00

·    Daring to Dream: Tuesday, 17 July 13.30-16.30

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To enrol call 01442 864966 or book online at

Lifegeta Emotional Support Group Monthly Meeting (Hitchin Based)


Lifegeta is a support network for all types’ people with life changing acquired conditions + friends, family & carers.

Addressing the emotional effects of finding yourself in a body that doesn’t do what it used to do because of a life changing condition or disability (like head injury or stroke) or diagnosis (like MS or Fibromyalgia).

2018 Dates

  • Wed 4th April
    Exploring the emotional effects of a Fibromyalgia diagnosis TBC
  • Wed 2nd May
    Fatigue & The Spoon Theory TBC
  • Wed 6th June
    Brain Fog
  • Wed 4th July
    Assuming – Not every disability is visible
  • Wed 1st August
    Listening Skills
  • Wed 5th September
  • Wed 3rd October
  • Wed 7th November
  • Wed 5th December

Times: 7pm till 9pm ~ Cost: £2 (to cover outgoings non-profit)

Held at The Canary Club (@ Hitchin Town Football Club opposite the Swimming Pool)

Fishponds Rd, Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG5 1NU

The 1st Wednesday in every month

For more details Contact: Sue Ross -  Tel 07715 707488

Talk to us at our Learning Disability Service Watch Group

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The Learning Disability Service Watch Group is a chance to speak up about health and social care services

Anyone who is interested in health and social care services can attend

Our meetings run from 12pm to 3pm every other month

There is a free lunch included before the meeting from 12pm to 1pm

For more information call: 01707 275978
Or visit our website:

View the full flyer here 

Changing Services Together

Come along and have your say about the future of day activities and supported living services!

Hertfordshire County Council have asked the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) to talk to disabled and older people, their carers, groups, networks and organisations to find out what helps people live better lives in their communities.

To find out more get the flyer here.