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Our Programmes

We run a wide range of programmes across the various service groups. Use the dropdown box below to see all of the programmes within each serice

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Loving Life, Living Longer - Timetable of Activities and Programmes

Older Adults

In partnership with the Old Library Trust in Creggan, we have designed a timetable of activities and programmes to ensure that there is something on offer every day of the week (except Sundays) for people aged 50+ in our local community.

Monday Club

Older Adults

This weekly club brings together older people through a range of activities and events including welfare rights, physical activity, health promotion activities, arts/crafts cooking demonstrations, bus trips and informational sessions. It takes a holistic approach to health that aims to promote social inclusion, reduce isolation and provide practical advice and support to the most vulnerable in the community.

Physical Activity

Older Adults

We run a number of classes for older adults including Chair based exercises, Chi Me, Swimming, Yoga, light exercises and GP Referral programmes.

Stepping On - Falls Prevention Programme

Health & Wellbeing

The Stepping On programme offers exercise classes for those aged 65+ who have had a recent fall or at risk of falls. The 9 week programme programme is delivered in partnership with the Public Health Agency, Physiotherapy Team, Occupational Therapy Team, WHSCT Health Improvement Team, Western Home Environment Assessment Team and Healthy Living Centres.

Tearmann Counselling Service

Mental Health

Making the decision to attend a counselling service is a very brave step and one that can have a positive effect on your life

The Shed

Older Adults

Our Shed is where everyone can come together through activities including woodwork, craft making and cups of tea. Come down and learn a new skill or just get a cuppa and a chat!

Urban Villages - Primary Schools Resilience

Health & Wellbeing

There is good evidence about what works to build protective factors such as self-esteem, positive physical environment and reduce risk factors in the schools, in order to promote well-being and some evidence specifically on building resilience.

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