Health & Well Being Event
Sight Support Worthing hosted a Health & Wellbeing Event on Thursday 27th February at their Headquarters at 48 Rowlands Road in Worthing, between 10am and 1pm.
This free event was open to the public and featured organisations providing care and support services, as well as those involved in addressing a wide range of health-related problems including sight and hearing loss, maintaining fitness, dementia, and social isolation.
Attendees for the event included 4Sight Vision Support, Action for Deafness, Adur & Worthing Wellbeing, Age UK ,Breathing Spaces, Care for Veterans, Carers Support West Sussex, Dementia Alliance Worthing,Diabetic Eye Screening, Guild Care, Macular Society, South Downs Leisure and Time to Talk Befriending.
Over 100 people came along to the event together with Sight Support Worthing President, Bob Smytherman, Worthing Mayor Hazel Thorpe and her consort Robin Rogers and Val Turner, Executive member of the Health & Wellbeing Committee at Worthing & Adur District Council.
(Photo courtesy of Worthing Herald)
Talk at Southlands Hospital.
An overview of common eye conditions and their management.
Consultant ophthalmologist Mr Masoud Teimory will be giving a talk on Wednesday 11th March in the main waiting area of the eye clinic at Southlands Hospital at 6:00pm.
If you are interested in finding out more about common eye conditions and their management please reserve you place by contacting email@example.com or call 01903 205111 ext 84038.
Just a gentle reminder to all the shopkeepers of Worthing.
We don’t want to stop you advertising your business but please be careful about how your position A Boards outside your premises!
Have you heard about the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard Scheme?
This is an initiative designed to act as a discreet sign that somebody has a hidden disability and requires additional assistance while out in public. Pick one up in participating stores, such as M&S or call in and collect one from Sight Support Worthing.
The lanyards are free and you don’t need to provide proof of a disability.