Author: Manisha Modhvadia
LifeLine Projects are delighted to announce we have been appointed by Barking and Dagenham Council to deliver Healthwatch in the borough after a tender process. LifeLine have hosted Healthwatch for the last five years and will continue to ensure that
As acting manager of Healthwatch Barking and Dagenham, I’m proud to announce that we have won an award for working with integrated care systems as part of a partnership with seven other local Healthwatch organisations across North East London. This
Manisha was born in India and came to the UK when she was two along with her parents and siblings. My parents have influenced the person I have become; coming to a new country, finding a job and becoming part
There have been growing concerns in recent years over a rise in a sedentary lifestyles among young people—much has been said of the rise of technology such as social media playing a role. And we can see this starkly at a local level: even before the pandemic, research has shown that Barking and Dagenham has had one of the lowest levels of participation in physical activity across all of London.
We have all had to adapt the way we work and deliver services for the safety of staff, volunteers, and the public. The coronavirus pandemic has changed many things, but particularly the ways that health and care are being provided.