Staying well at home

Staying well at home

Haringey residents will have a chance to find out more about local services that can help them keep in good health at home at an open meeting organised by Haringey CCG, in partnership with Haringey Forum for Older People.

“Let’s talk about…staying well at home” takes place on Wednesday 13 April, 10:00am – 2:00pm at the Moravian Church Hall, Priory Road, London N8 7HR (Map).

In Haringey, over 65s make up 56% of the High/Very High Risk categories for an emergency hospital admission.

This event will highlight the different services that can support residents to avoid unplanned visits to hospital and stay well in the comfort of their home, close to their community and loved ones.

The Haringey Locality Team is one of the services that helps residents who are at risk of emergency hospital admissions. The team comprises different health and social care specialists, such as community matrons, nurses, physiotherapists and social workers, who work together to make sure the patient’s health and care needs are met at home or in the community.

The service is funded by the Better Care Fund - a joint fund created by Haringey CCG and Haringey Council to ensure health and social care services work better together for local people, particularly for over 65s and those with long term health conditions, such as diabetes.

Residents will get to see first-hand how these services can benefit them through an engaging live performance inspired by real life stories.

They’ll also be able to share their views about these services and make suggestions for improvement at the event.

Lunch will be provided. All welcome!

Call 020 3688 2729 or email for more information about this event or to book your place today.