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POhWER’s Pan London Independent Health Complaints Advocacy Service are supporting and presenting in this weeks Carers Week at events around London. Read more
Today POhWER Idependent Health Complaints Advocacy Service are at the Westminster and Kensington Carers Network Event.Read more
POhWER’s Pan London Independent Health Complaints Advocacy Service are supporting and presenting in this weeks Carers Week at events around London.Read more
Pohwer advocates took part in the St.Andrews Family and Carers Event on June 3rd. Jamie Ford and Olive Phelan provided information and awareness about the advocacy service at St.Andrews to patients' family, friends and carers.Read more
Are you disabled and living in London?
Would you be interested in taking part in focus groups with Goss Consultancy Ltd to discuss the accessibility of venues in the arts and cultural sector?
Goss Consultancy Ltd are looking for people to visit venues and to take part in a group discussion.Read more
POhWER is delighted to announce that we have secured a new contract to deliver advocacy in Bedfordshire for at least a further three years.
Our new Community Navigator will help us to deliver a truly local service, offering information and advice to vulnerable adults, as well as signposting people onwards to other providers.Read more
We are pleased to announce that POhWER has recently been awarded the contract to provide Independent Patient Advocacy Services and Independent Mental Health Advocacy for patients who are currently in secure and specialist settings.Read more
Recruitment for the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Stakeholder Reference Group is now underway.Read more
The annual Hackney Big Do took place on 26th October and was attended by service users who access learning disability services in the Hackney area.Read more
The POhWER IAASC team based in Birmingham are currently working in partnership with Calthorpe Vocational centre, they are a full time day provision centre that provides individualised learning experiences that develop key employability and supported living skills for students with moderate/severe and ASD needs.Read more
We are proud to announce that one of our Birmingham volunteers Korn Damrongwisetpanit successfully completed a 192 mile walk in 14 days for POhWER and has raised £390!Read more