Our Good Neighbours services provide support to older people, people with dementia, and those with disabilities in Newham, delivered by trained volunteers. We are accredited by the Befriending and Mentoring Foundation.

@Online Club Network – Supporting digital inclusion

Are you 60 or over? Do you want practical experience in going online using tablet devices?

Our free 6-week programme provides opportunities for older people to gain more confidence to go online, connect with the wider world and maintain social connections.

Learn in a small friendly group with a specialist trainer at a number of community venues across Hackney. iPads provided for use during sessions.

Why not attend a free taster session on Friday 11th or 18th January 2019, from 11.00am-12.30pm in the Education Room at Dalston CLR James Library, to find out more.

Spaces are limited so register now to not miss out. Call Nilofar or Tasnim on 0207 366 6343 or email onlinehackney@newhamndp.co.uk to register.


Dementia befriending

The aim of the service is to reduce isolation and increase social contact, self-confidence and choice for elderly residents with dementia in the Newham community. In addition, the service offers carers respite and on-going befriending support through regular home visits.


The Life Album project

The Life Album project, funded by Big Lottery in 2014-15, was an opportunity for people referred by Newham Memory Clinic to develop their life story, using iPads and a reminiscence app in a social setting, working with volunteers. Please download the evaluation report on learning here.

For more information on any of these services please telephone or contact us.