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August 19th, 2013

There is no longer a project in Sheffield
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sheffield entry

August 19th, 2013

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We were very privileged to be able to work in Sheffield with the Salvation Army and are still looking for a new partner to work alongside.  We are very grateful to the Evan Cornish Foundation and the Sheffield Trust for giving us the funding to initiate RISE Sheffield and wish  to express our gratitude to all those who were involved in supporting the project.  If anyone would like to work with us in Sheffield again, or give us a grant to start up again – we would love to hear from you.

Outings entry

August 19th, 2013
All our projects go on outings regularly using our 12 seater minibuses.  We consider it is important for people to see the surrounding countryside, places of interest and have new and educational experiences.

Hillsong G-Live

Clients from SW15 enjoy joining Hillsong every Sunday for the 4 pm service at   G-live in Guildford, Surrey and enjoy mixing with the children and young people from a large vibrant Church.

 

 

 

 

 

Our outing to Templeton House last September was amazing.  It was great to enjoy the grounds of Templeton House in Roehampton and we were privileged to be joined by the Deputy Mayor, Cllr Jane Cooper.  80 local residents enjoyed sandwiches from the Feel Good Bakery and home-made cakes in a marquee with music provided by young people.

 

 

 

 

Events entry

August 19th, 2013
Events at Regenerate-RISE

 

We held our second pancake party recently at RISE SW11 and we raised £102.50 for the Church Urban Fund.  The money goes towards feeding hungry children in the UK.  The pancakes were fun to decorate and even more enjoyable to eat!

 

 

Volunteers from Lloyds Bank joined RISE SW11 for a day of arts and crafts, which was really enjoyable.  15 employees joined the RISE team and both Lloyds and the RISE SW11 members found it a really fun day.

 

Chair-based dance exercises classes are held in both Putney and Battersea and are led by Georgia.  We have been very grateful to the London Community Grant to make these weekly events possible.

 

 

RISE SW15 worked with West Creative and students of the Ark Academy recently and it was a great intergenerational event.

 

 

 

 

Links entry

August 19th, 2013

 

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[Title]Shine Again

[Text]SHINE Again was initiated in 2002 by Mo Smith and Dee Thwaites in 2001 and Dee, a qualified Child Psychotherapist provides integrative art therapy to children and young people who have been through difficult or traumatic experiences.  SHINE Again receives an Extended Schools Grant to work in 8 primary schools across SW15 in London.

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[Title]Livability UK  Vision

[Text]Our vision is of a transformed society where disabled and disadvantaged people can live life to the full.  Mission: Inspired by our Christian ethos, we work with disabled and disadvantaged people to achieve real choice, independence and opportunity. We do this through our expertise, the breadth and quality of our services and by campaigning for change.

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[Title] Hillsong

[Text]Regenerate-RISE is the local impact project for Hillsong and we work together to “Be the Change” in our local communities by providing practical help and support to older people.

 

 

 

 

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[Title] The feel Good Bakery

[Text]Regenerate-RISE is supporting the Feel Good Bakery, who deliver sandwiches to the local community.  For every sandwich sold, a child is provided with a meal in Romania or Kenya – their website is www.thefeelgoodbakery.com

 

 

 

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August 19th, 2013

Referrals across the UK

IMG_0448“Although I was nervous about going out, I was really glad when Regenerate-RISE invited me to attend their Centre.  I have made so many new friends” – an Ealing client.  “I am so glad my Doctor referred me to you, I have never looked back” – a SW15 client.  “We love the activities, the outings and the lunches – it is so good not to have to cook for ourselves”.  We have Comments Cards that clients can complete to let us know what they appreciate and what they would like to see change. “It has made a huge difference to my life” – a Nottingham client.IMG_0415

“Coming to RISE gives me something to really look forward to”

 

 

 

 

Referrals entry

August 19th, 2013

Procedure

Regenerate-RISE takes referrals from Social Services, GPs, Sheltered Housing Wardens, Occupational Therapists, Hospitals and Families and our preference is for one of our Referral Forms to be completed. One of our staff will then visit the person to see whether they are suitable for our service and whether indeed the person wishes to attend. The main criteria for someone to attend Regenerate-RISE is that they are over 60 years of age and are either isolated or at risk of isolation. The only people we cannot provide a service for are those with Dementia who may wander, as we do not have a locked door policy or those who are aggressive – as we do not have trained staff to be able to assist. We welcome people with disabilities, but do not provide lifting equipment for people who need to get out of their wheelchair.

We believe very much that the integration of able-bodied with disabled people is very important as it brings an empathy and support for one another. It increases a tolerance and understanding of disabilities as well as a compassionate and caring attitude between the peer group.

Referral documents

Please download the referral form from the list below relevant to your location and send it back to the appropriate Regenerate Rise project – addresses can be found on the form itself or can be looked up on your contact page.

Right-click and ‘Save As’ to download the form or click the link to open the document and ‘Save As’ from the menu bar

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Referral Form – RISE Nottingham

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August 19th, 2013

Fundraising for the Reablement Centre

 

Kings and Queens in the summer of 2018 was a great success for the local community.  235 people attended and our theme was “Proud to be a Londoner”.  We are considering holding Kings and Queens in 2019 but it is dependent on receiving sufficient funding.  The event last year was great fun and was enjoyed by all.  Entertainment was from Grandpa’s Spells and Robbie – both were really good.  The event was a part of the Roehampton Festival held on the Green in Danebury Avenue.  We raised £968.50 from the raffle and bingo towards the Reablement Centre.

 

We arranged a sponsored walk from Putney to Queen Mary’s Hospital to St George’s Hospital to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to Charing Cross Hospital (approximately 18 miles) and we raised £2,733.18 – thank you to all those who participated

 

Update on the Reablement Centre

Christopher Beaver 2 Having appointed all our Consultants now, GA Architects is working towards the final design to put out to tender in a couple of months.  We hope to start building in February 2021 and although it will cause a lot of disruption for our members, the new Centre will be a great asset to the local community and to the elderly across South West London.

 

 

 

 

 

Reablement entry

August 19th, 2013

 

The New RISE Reablement Centre

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Regenerate-RISE is fundraising to build a 10 bed unit to enable older people to rehabilitate after staying in hospital, before being able to return home. We are planning to build this above the Platt Christian Centre in Putney and it will be a modern intermediate care centre dedicated to supporting older people to be able to live in the community. Each room will have an en suite bathroom, TV, telephone and computer access with skype for those who have relatives abroad or the other end of the country and each in-patient will be allocated a volunteer/friend who will take them out and also continue to visit them when they return home. The Centre will be staffed with professional people all who will assist older people to be able to live back in the community.  We have planning permission and our time line is as follows:

Planning Permission granted in                              June 2017

Fundraising the remaining £1,260,300                 By February 2020

Start Construction – Stage 1                                      February 2020

Fundraise for internal costs                                      February 2020 – January 2021

Start Internal Fixtures, Fittings and Decor           January 2021

OPEN MARCH 2021

If you would like to be a history-maker and revolutionise the care of older people, Building site 3 peopleplease help us to build this Centre by giving us a donation to make the vision become a reality. Cheques made payable to Regenerate-RISE or through Just Giving with reference RRC.  Three of our clients went to a building site to have their photos taken and are joining us with this campaign to raise the remainder of the funds.    Together we can build the future for older people in our communities.If you would like to organise a fundraising event, please contact us and

Building site Michael with hatwe will support you.  We are really looking forward to being at the forefront of care for the elderly in the future and believe that if the Reablement Centre is a success, it could be the start of many being built across the UK.

 

 

On Monday, 8 April we held our first PR event and 55 companies, organisations and individuals attended.  Please see our new DVD on the front of our website 

 

 

 

 

 

We are looking forward to the year ahead – if anyone would like to sponsor Julia or Martin for their sky dive on Saturday, 1 June, please email sw15@regenerate-rise.co.uk.  We will also be organising a Quiz Night in June and if you would like to enter a team, please let us know.

 

 

 

 

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August 19th, 2013

Trustees for a New Era

 

The Trustees continue to work hard to lead Regenerate-RISE because at the core of all that we do, is the care of the “one”.  It has been a real privilege to get to know so many people over the last 18 years, to walk their journey, to be there for them when they most needed us and to provide friendship, support, care and an excellent service.  It has been good to have the RISE SW11 clients with us in SW15 over the summer and we are very grateful to Rev Tif Ewins for getting a CIL grant to get the Centre refurbished.  It is a small team that leads RISE SW11 and we are very grateful for all their hard work in making a difference to so many peoples’ lives.

RISE Nottingham continues on a one day a week basis and we would like very much to extend that to two or three days and will be looking out for grants to make that a reality.

There will be many changes ahead with our funding from Wandsworth Council and we are working together to provide services in the years ahead.  Our Reablement Centre is moving forward with fundraising and we are very much looking forward to integrating health, social care and the voluntary sector in this new project, which we anticipate will reach thousands of people over many years ahead.

We look forward to working together to find new ways of celebrating old age and as we work in partnership with local Churches, organisations, the Council and the health authorities we hope that the lives of many older people will be transformed.

 

Mo Smith MBE, FRSA 

Founder and Chair of Trustees