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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MindOut is a mental health project run by and for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGB&T) people that was...

Leeds Mind is developing their peer support model to enable women from South Asian communities to access peer-led...

The Bu Be Amazing project aims to support young people to recognise and build on their assets – enabling them to...

Nora had once run a bustling B&B from her home.  Then, having lost both her husband and her sister in a short...

Epilepsy and you is an online self-management programme for adults with epilepsy which aims to help participants to...

Before we met Mrs B, she had been in hospital for 12 days due to heart failure, and she also had sciatica,...

Heart Support groups are community based peer to peer support groups for anyone with any kind of heart condition as...

Until recently, Ruth had enjoyed an active life including parachute jumping and horse riding.

Then Ruth lost...

The Alzheimer's Society’s Connecting Communities project was launched in January 2013 in order to raise awareness of...

Turning Point has established regional and national People’s Parliaments to maximise service user involvement across...

Connected Care is Turning Point’s model for community led commissioning. The Connected Care team recruits local...

Elefriends is a mental health social network, managed by the mental health charity Mind. It aims to provide a...

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