Poole - About us

We sorry that to announce that we are currently not taking referrals for Poole but in the Autumn we will be restructuring our project, so watch this space. If you have any questions please contact our administrator at emily.hitc@btinternet.com


Contact details for Poole Project:

HITCP 120

Southbourne Road,

Bournemouth, BH6 3QJ

Phone: 07597290132

hitcpoole@btinternet.com

We are currently not taking referrals at this time but in the Autumn we will be recruiting a new coordinator, so watch this space' If you have any questions please contact our administrator at emily.hitc@btinternet.com

The Aims of HITC Poole project are:

Objectives

Our Objectives are:

All of this work is to be done to the highest standards of safeguarding and confidentiality; with an increasing understanding and management of risk (inc. necessary insurance)

Here’s how it works…

  1. We accept referrals from anyone, including individuals, as long as the referred person has given permission, is over 65 and lives in Poole.
  2. Meeting up - We will meet with the person to identify activities and additional support that will help them maintain their independence.
  3. Connecting  - We will make sure that they can get to these activities (and come too if that’s helpful).
  4. Keeping contact - We will provide regular telephone support or find a volunteer to drop in and chat on a regular basis if needed.
  5. Making sure it works - We will contact the person after a while to make sure they are happy and see if there is anything else we can do to help

How can you join in?

Leaflet

Referral Sheet

Bournemouth and Poole Gallery

Gallery

Click here for details

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June 2019:
Transport - Hope in the Community

At our recent breakfast we talked about the major issue of transport for older people and how a lack of transport often means that people become housebound, not because they can't physically get out.

We want to encourage churches to help local Community Transport Charity Sedcat Community Transport to find volunteers so in turn, they will have resources to help transport people to the groups and activities happening in the churches. Genius, right?

June 2019: Transport - Hope in the Community

Thank you to the Lottery Community Fund and their support from the grant of £9,600