What is the iCan service?
The iCan Service is a free, confidential service which aims to improve the health and well-being of adults who are living in Enfield.
At Crossroads we are in partnership with this project which consists in a coordination of four iCan Navigators across Enfield and surrounding areas, supporting people with dementia, diabetes, those who are socially isolated or need end of life care.
How to get support by our iCan Navigators
The iCan Navigator for Enfield area is Cheryl Codrington who is our referral about the care services Crossroads provides for the Enfield community.
Cheryl navigates the community thanks peer support groups, visiting homes and people with needs in order to give information about social care services and how to access these services.
Her role consists in spreading and raising the awareness of how to prevent or better manage conditions like social isolation, dementia and diabetes.
She runs awareness events and is currently setting up a ‘Tea and Chatter’ social group in Edmonton library for lonely people and ‘Memory groups‘ for those with dementia.
In order to request an iCan Navigator visit, you can give as a call at 020 8373 6210, contacting us through our contact form at the following link http://www.crossroads-leavalley.org.uk/contact/ or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you have received an iCan Service Navigator visit in the Enfield area, we can help you with several care services with the aim to provide respite for those people who are caring for a loved one suffering from diverse health issues.
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