Forthcoming Events

 

Learning Disability Week: 19th - 25th June 2023

Date: Monday 19th June 2023 to Sunday 25th June 2023

Time: 09.00 to 23.30

Learning Disability Week | Mencap

In 2023, Learning Disability Week will take place from the 19th-26th June. The event is organised every year by the learning disability charity, Mencap. It aims to improve the quality of life for individuals with learning disabilities by raising awareness about important issues, fighting stigma and discrimination, and raising funds for outreach and support programs. As such, Learning Disability Week will be close to the hearts of many teachers, parents, and other educators.

What is the theme of Learning Disability Week 2023?

The theme of this year's Learning Disability Week's theme is LIVING LIFE WITH A LEARNING DISABILITY. 

World Alzheimer’s Day: 21st September 2023

Date: Thursday 21st September 2023 to Friday 22nd September 2023

Time: 09.00 to 09.00

World Alzheimer’s Day takes place on 21 September as part of World Alzheimer's Month.

On this day, the world concentrates its efforts on creating awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. The disease is among the most prevalent forms of dementia; a set of disorders that disrupt mental function. World Alzheimer’s Day is the perfect opportunity for us to raise our voices and find new ways of fighting the disease’s effects.

World Mental Health Day: 10th October 2023

Date: Monday 09th October 2023 to Wednesday 11th October 2023

Time: 23.00 to 09.00

The overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health.

The Day provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide.

There are a number of events taking place:  World Mental Health Day (who.int)


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