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ΔΩΡΕΑΝ – Υπηρεσία ψυχολογικής Υποστήριξης στα ελληνικά

ΔΩΡΕΑΝ – Υπηρεσία ψυχολογικής Υποστήριξης στα ελληνικά στο Κέντρο Arachne

Το Κέντρο Ελληνοκυπρίων Γυναικών Αράχνη προσφέρει ατομικές συνεδρίες ψυχολογικής υποστήριξης στα ελληνικά για κατοίκους του Islington που αντιμετωπίζουν συναισθηματικά ή ψυχολογικά προβλήματα και δεν έχουν πρόσβαση σε βοήθεια λόγω πολιτιστικών ή γλωσσικών προβλημάτων.

Η Ψυχολογική υποστήριξη μπορεί να σας βοηθήσει να αντιμετωπίσετε:

  • Κατάθλιψη ή άγχος
  • Ένα δύσκολο γεγονός της ζωής, όπως διάλυση σχέσης ή άγχος που σχετίζεται με την εργασία
  • Συναισθήματα όπως έλλειψη αυτοπεποίθησης ή θυμός

Γιά περισσότερες πληροφορίες επικοινωνήστε με την Αράχνη τηλ. 020 72636261 ή email: info@arachne-group.org

ΔΩΡΕΑΝ – Υπηρεσία ψυχολογικής Υποστήριξης στα ελληνικά

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Talk for Health -Greek Leaflet

Arachne Greek-Cypriot Women’s Group is recruiting! Post: Chief Executive

Arachne Greek-Cypriot Women’s Group is recruiting!

We have an exciting opportunity for the right person.

Post: Chief Executive

Full Time: 35 hours per week

Salary: £40,000 + Private Pension p.a.

Term: Fixed term contract for 3 years

Arachne is a well-established women’s organisation based in Islington. We are seeking a committed, well-motivated and enthusiastic woman for the above post. The post holder must have at least three years’ experience of paid work within business development or management within the public or charity sector.

Closing date: 8th November 2021

For more information or to apply please contact 020 7263 6261 or email info@arachne-group.org

Women only under the Equality Act 2010, schedule 9, part 1

Registered Charity No.1075807 & Reg. In England & Wales Company No.3753032 Limited by Guarantee This post is funded bylottery-logo-(4)

ARACHNE—TALK FOR HEALTH TASTER: LEARN TO TALK FOR A FIT MIND :

Arachne leaflet - Taster Talk for Health

Cancer Awareness Campaign

In May, a new local campaign is launching in Islington to encourage individuals who have symptoms that may be suggestive of cancer to contact their GP practice. Delivered by the North Central London Cancer Alliance in collaboration with the NCL Clinical Commissioning Group and council Public Health team, the campaign will also aim to increase the number of people taking part in screening when invited.

If you have any of the following symptoms:

Unexpected bleeding, like blood in your poo, pee or spit

Unexplained lump

Unexplained pain that lasts three weeks or more

Persistent cough that lasts three weeks or more

Unexplained weight loss

You should contact your GP practice to arrange a check.

It may be nothing serious – in fact more than 9 out of 10 people are not diagnosed with cancer.

However, finding cancer early makes it more treatable.

That’s why it’s also important to take part in routine cancer screening when invited.

The way you make an appointment may have changed, but your GP practice is open for check-ups and screenings and healthcare professionals are available to see you safely

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International Women’s Day

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Your support is needed! Christmas challenge 1-8 December 2020

Your support is needed for Arachne’s 2020 Christmas challenge!

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Ανακοίνωση λόγω Κορονοϊού

Εάν επιθυμείτε να επικοινωνήσετε μαζί μας παρακαλούμε αφήστε το μήνυμα σας στον τηλεφωνητή στο 020 72636261 και θα προσπαθήσουμε να επικοινωνήσουμε μαζί σας το συντομότερο δυνατό.

wash your hands – sing “Happy Birthday” twice (around 20 seconds)

You should wash your hands for the amount of time it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” twice (around 20 seconds):

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1. Wet your hands with water.
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2. Apply enough soap to cover your hands.
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3. Rub your hands together.
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4. Use 1 hand to rub the back of the other hand and clean in between the fingers. Do the same with the other hand.
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5. Rub your hands together and clean in between your fingers.
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6. Rub the back of your fingers against your palms.
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7. Rub your thumb using your other hand. Do the same with the other thumb.
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8. Rub the tips of your fingers on the palm of your other hand. Do the same with other hand.
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9. Rinse your hands with water.
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10. Dry your hands completely with a disposable towel.
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11. Use the disposable towel to turn off the tap.
If you do not have immediate access to soap and water then use alcohol-based handrub if available.

When should you wash your hands?

You should wash your hands:

  • after using the toilet or changing a nappy
  • before and after handling raw foods like meat and vegetables
  • before eating or handling food
  • after blowing your nose, sneezing or coughing
  • before and after treating a cut or wound
  • after touching animals, including pets, their food and after cleaning their cages

Washing your hands properly removes dirt, viruses and bacteria to stop them spreading to other people and objects, which can spread illnesses such as food poisoning, flu or diarrhoea.

It can help stop people picking up infections and spreading them to others.

It can also help stop spreading infections when you’re visiting someone in hospital or another healthcare setting.