TSL Local Conversation - Health and Wellbeing

In the first round of TSL Goes Local for 2017 we’re examining health and wellbeing.

TSL is delivering workshops across the city which give local organisations and groups the opportunity to hear more about the rapidly evolving health and wellbeing landscape from a third sector perspective.

Come along and find out more about…  

New Models of Care – Increasingly we’re thinking about how a range of services can come together as one team to support people’s needs within a local area. In Leeds there are a number of new models of care developing in different parts of the city. At each event we’ll hear from a local provider about how the new models are working and what challenges and opportunities they present.  

Third Sector Health Grants – Hear from Leeds Community Foundation about how the third sector health grants have benefitted the sector across South, East and North Leeds, what outcomes have been achieved and learning identified.  

Tackling poverty in Leeds: the role of the third sector – An opportunity to find out more about this recently published report from Voluntary Action Leeds, including key findings and recommendations.    

Plus other local news:      

South and East – find out more from Leeds City Council’s library service about a pilot to lend reading tablets from libraries in Middleton.
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East North East – hear more about the progress to transform Gipton Fire Station into a multi-purpose community centre.


Also we the usual opportunities to network with a range of other groups and organisations in your area.

Please book a place today.

West North West | 7 March | St Chad’s Parish Centre   
South East | 9 March | Stringer House   
East North East | 15 March | The Vinery Centre     


*Forum Central are members of the TSL Leadership Group. Forum Central is the single third sector health and social care network delivered by the partnership of Leeds Older People’s Forum, Physical & Sensory Impairment (PSI) Network, Tenfold (the Learning Disability Forum) and Volition.

For more information and to get involved, visit http://www.forumcentral.org.uk/