Health

Donating this Autumn and Winter?

Here at ConsEast Towers we are already planning the new season voluntary and fund-raising support. This year we are supporting St. Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich. If you are within reach of the hospice, and have time and skills to help the team deliver this great, supportive work, then the web link below is for you....

It’s never too early for a JDRF UK Christmas card!

It’s that time of year again. When we hope we are early enough to persuade you to buy your 2019 Christmas cards from JDRF. This year, as well as the usual well designed, delightful cards, you can choose a virtual gift to support JDRF. Every pound you spend helps support the work of JDRF in...

Have a JDRF Christmas!

              We were thinking about our Christmas plans already in our Partnership offices and realised we hadn’t made contact over a busy summer with our favourite charity, JDRF and their great fund-raising team. So to make amends we are broadcasting the ideal place for you to buy your 2016...

We support JDRF,
a great Type 1 Diabetes charity!

View image | gettyimages.com Cambridge Coffee Morning for JDRF Date: Friday 2nd October Time: 10am – 12.30pm Venue: Girton College (The Old Kitchens) Come along and join us for this informal coffee morning, which will give you the chance to meet other families living with type 1 diabetes. You can find out more about the...

Understanding Autism?

Following our recent publication of last year’s review of the Unleashing Potential event, courtesy of Jennifer King FRSA and Sue Hind Wooodward FRSA, we are delighted to find that The University of Hertfordshire are delivering a short course, in May 2015, on the nature of Autistic Spectrum Condition.   ‘There will be parent perspectives, including...

Unleashing Potential – Crucial Beginnings

(A year has passed since the 2014 World Autism Day. We suspect that the clarity and depth of knowledge about  neuro-diversity still has a continuing development need across all our communities. We publish below a review article of an event at the University of Hertfordshire, held a year ago. Jenny King FRSA ends the piece...