WOW! Exchange

 

A space for charities and community groups to exchange examples of how they are enabling people to live well, in the ways which matter to them.

The examples are searchable by priority and population group, so you can easily find the examples which are most useful for your work.

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The WOW! Exchange was initiated through our Wellbeing Our Way programme.

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Compassion in Dying, in collaboration with Mind, has launched a brand new resource to mark World Mental Health Day ...

14 Sept saw the launch of www.myadultstillmychild.co.uk, the...

The University of Brighton and Age UK Brighton & Hove have been collaborating on a programme of participatory...

Turning Point peer mentors are role models who use their own experience of treatment and recovery to inspire,...

Carers Leeds is an independent charity that gives support, advice and information to unpaid carers over 18....

Using peer support and co-production to improve employment, education and social opportunities for those with mental...

Wiltshire Centre For Independent Living's ‘Make Someone Welcome’ Campaign opens doors into the community for...

We’re a movement of people who want to connect through swimming in the pool, lake or wild. If I asked you if you...

Branching Out supports adults with learning disabilities in a variety of fun work experience and social activities....

The Stroke Association supports a network of over 500 voluntary peer support groups across the UK. Living with the...

myHIV is Terrence Higgins Trust’s innovative online service for people living with HIV; it is the UK’s largest...

Out Loud is a narrative of LGBT People’s needs within Health and Social Care. Developed in late 2015 and early 2016...

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