Here at Home from Home, we would like to express sincere thanks to Josie Dunne for all her hard work and commitment to the charity for the past three years. This includes supporting important
Six monthly newsletter – jan-july 2018 final (3)
Befriendee Contribution Our befriendees and befrienders all contribute to our charity in different ways. They give time, energy, experience and knowledge to our cause. To resonate with our cause to reduce loneliness our volunteers
As an informal carer for my Dad with schizophrenia and a memory impairment, life can be tough. It can be even tougher when raising teenagers and when dealing with the sudden death of
Home from Home are pleased to announce that a regular Companionship Club begins in the first Saturday of July. We have trialled this club since April and have now launched it as a regular
Our befriendees and befrienders all contribute to our charity in different ways. They give time, energy, experience and knowledge to our cause. To be able to resonate with our cause to reduce loneliness, our
Lonely People Well, it’s official! Essex has the second highest incidence of lonely people in the UK. There must be so much untapped talent in Havering who would make wonderful befrienders for our charity.
Celebrating Small Steps As a child grows we celebrate each step of its small and incremental growth and achievement as parents and guardians. Conversely, parents/guardians with incremental or even sudden loss of memory due