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Trust Specialist Eating Disorder service now rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission

The Trust is proud to announce that its Specialist Eating Disorder service’s rating has been raised to a ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Wednesday, 08 June 2022

Have your say: TfL bus route consultation opens

TfL’s reliance on passenger fares for the majority of its income, means the effect of the pandemic on the operators finances has been devastating, requiring Government support to keep public transport in London operating.

The Government set a number of conditions before it would provide emergency funding to keep TfL operating, including requiring a plan to set out how it would achieve significant financial savings. TfL is now undertaking a detailed review of London's bus network in order to achieve these significant financial savings required by the Government.

Wednesday, 08 June 2022

The NHS is changing from July

Following several years of locally led development, recommendations of NHS England and NHS Improvement and Royal Assent of the Health and Care Act (2022), 42 'Integrated Care Systems', or ICSs, will be established across England on a statutory basis on 1 July 2022.

 

Celebrating Volunteers’ Week: Ayesha’s story

Volunteers’ Week takes place from 1 to 7 June every year and gives us a chance to recognise the fantastic contribution volunteers make to the Trust and say thank you to each and every single one of them.

 At SWLStG, we have over 50 volunteers who dedicate so much of their time to supporting not only our staff and services users, but also the carers and families of the people we care for. Our volunteers bring skills, knowledge and a desire to make a difference to our services and local communities.

Thursday, 26 May 2022

Annual Public Meeting 21 July

We are pleased to invite you to our Annual Public Meeting which will be held online on Thursday 21 July, from 5:30pm – 7.30pm (login from 5:00pm). 

We will be reflecting on our achievements and challenges from the past 12 months with updates from our Executive Team, before taking an in depth look at the modern new facilities we are developing across South West London. Please see the full agenda  here. 

We will be joined by guest speakers including Dr Jacqui Dyer MBE, President of the Mental Health Foundation, as well as members of staff and service users to understand more about the new environments being developed, their role in breaking stigma and the wider impact they will have for the communities we serve.

The final part of the meeting will involve a Q&A session with our Executive Team who will be on hand to answer your questions.

The recording from last year AMP can be found here and the minutes here.

Exceptional People Award: Congratulations to our latest winner!

Congratulations to Assistant Psychologist Elena Bantoft who is our latest Exceptional People Award winner! Elena joined the Trust six months ago and works as part of the Kingston Older People Community Mental Health Team.

How to access urgent mental health support over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend

The NHS remains open and here for local people who need urgent care and support over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend.

Annual survey of south Londoner’s mental health launched

South London Listens has launched its second community survey to find out how the mental health and wellbeing of south Londoners has changed over the last year.

Save the date - the Summer Street Party is back!

After a two year absence, you are invited to this year’s Making Life Better Together Summer Street Party at Springfield and Tolworth Hospitals – put the dates in your diary now!

“We all have mental health” – staff partner with SignVideo to share advice in BSL

Staff from our National Deaf Service have teamed up with SignVideo, an online British Sign Language interpretation service, to create a series of short films raising awareness of mental health and the practical steps we can take to stay mentally healthy.

London Square announced as development partner to deliver the next phase of new homes for Springfield Village

South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust (SWLSTG) are pleased to announce the selection of leading residential developer London Square as their partner for the next stage of residential development at Springfield Village, following the sale of plots E2U, F, G, P and Q.

Leo’s story: “I miss my wife immensely, but I know she would be proud of me with every person I help.”

Sutton Uplift’s Wellbeing Lead, Leo Packard-Bell, is sharing his mental health journey to encourage others to ‘reach out and connect’ during Mental Health Awareness Week (9-15 May).

Friday, 13 May 2022

Temporary pedestrian through route at Springfield

Please be advised that the pedestrian route through the site from and up to the Glenburnie Road entrance is being diverted.

This takes people around the back of Newton building and will be in place from 13 May until 13 June 2022. The route is clearly marked per the signage shown below.

Trust’s child friendly policy wins Safeguarding Stars Award

Richmond CAMHS assistant psychologist Nicola Dalrymple and some of our young experts by experience have won a national award for their hard work developing the Trust’s new Child Friendly Safeguarding Policy.

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