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Who Cares? comes to Ealing
Child reading a notebook
Our Time is pleased to be working together with Ealing Council's Health Improvement Team to roll-out a Who Care's project in the borough. Find out more about what's happening.
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News from our Brent hub
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Our Time has increased its work in the Brent area of London in 2019. Find out more about our latest activity.
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Hearing Young Voices at City Hall
Our 'Hearing Young Voices' event at City Hall in January brought together many leaders across a wide range of sectors. Find out more.
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Perinatal Masterclass: A reflection
Chineye presents one of the perinatal masterclasses organised by Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Trustee Chineye Njoku reflects on her recent experiences at perinatal masterclasses in Manchester and London.
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City Hall event – January 2019
City Hall London and the Thames River
Our Time are delighted to announce that we will be hosting an event in partnership with the Mayor of London’s Office on 30 January 2019.
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Our Time to host a special interest group
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This special interest group, awarded by the Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, will increase awareness in professional circles about the impact of parents' mental illness on children.
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Plymouth study trip
Our Time colleagues join Stoke Damerel Community College staff in a group photo
The Our Time team were in Plymouth with colleagues from Germany, as part of a study tour, visiting Stoke Damerel Community College and the Plymouth Excellence Cluster, which pioneered the first ever KidsTime hub in the country.
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Parental mental illness masterclass
Family discussion with two adults and two children on a sofa
In October, we ran a masterclass in partnership with the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health to help identify children affected by parental mental illness and how best to support them.
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