If you’re affected by cancer you may want to know there’s someone you can turn to for help. Someone who can help find answers to your questions, whatever they may be.
Deafblind Scotland, the association of deafblind and dual sensory impaired people, is currently running a project called Connect to Welfare Rights, which is aiming to make welfare rights more accessible for deafblind and visually impaired adults.
‘HeadStrong’ is a free hairloss support service for anyone affected by cancer, within the Macmillan Info & Support Centre at Dennistoun Library, fortnightly on Thursdays from 10.30am – 2.30pm.
Neighbourhood Networks, a charity organisation that supports adults with learning disabilities and mental health problems, has a network in the East end of Glasgow and is holding an event called “Our Neighbourhood Needs You”. It will be a chance for people in the community to come along and share their knowledge and experience of the good things that are happening in our community. They are also looking for speakers who have a good knowledge of the East End, or run a project or a group, who could come along and support the event.