Hear Me, See Me.

Looking at homelessness and the unsung heroes that give their time to help.

Stewart Roberts has spent the last seven years building up the charity Haircuts4Homeless from a single session in Essex to 65 projects across the UK and Ireland, with over 600 volunteers and over 40,000 haircuts given so

Hear Me, See Me Podcast with Elvin Box, Prostate Cancer Campaigner.

Season 1, Ep. 94
Hear Me, See Me Podcast with Elvin Box, Prostate Cancer Campaigner.Two weeks ago I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer.A good friend of mine, Cheryl Witham, put me in touch with a fantastic man, Elvin Box. He is a Prostate Cancer Campaigner and a generous human being. He selflessly gave me lots of his time, reassuring me and educating me on what I am facing. I knew immediately that I had to do a podcast with him to share awareness of this much underestimated disease.We have a full and frank discussion about my experience so far and I hope this helps other people in this situation.This is information from Elvin :All of those born with a prostate should get to a Gym, and focus on the following exercises to enhance their continence and potency. However, once treated for prostate cancer, the following exercises are a must: core muscles; pelvic floor muscles; cardio vascular. A good workout can be done at home if you wish, and this brilliant web site provides necessary instruction: “No holds barred” article for the online Sex Shop, Jo Divine; which is probably the most explicit piece freely available in the public domain, about living beyond a prostatectomy, can be found here: the above is failing to help sufficiently, next steps to attain and maintain an erection are:Seek on NHS the Caverject injection resort is an operation to insert a penile prosthesis relevant web sites:The ‘Hospital On Wheels’ mobile PSA Blood Testing Unit, The Errol McKellar Foundation: Movember True North Prostate Cancer programme: : by : by :

Hear Me, See Me Podcast with Neil Taylor and Danny Panrucker from Hammers for work and support.

Season 1, Ep. 92
Hear Me, See Me Podcast with Neil Taylor and Danny Panrucker from Hammers for work and support.Neil said :"The group started up in late spring of 2020..Danny put idea of a jobs page for hammers to me and would I drive it on.I've run pages before so as well as helping people in the past it was a great conceptHammers for work.Lot of uncertainty over covid so people's livelihoods were under threat so we aimed to keep things "in house" for hammers..I myself have always tried to help others where I could so we decided to add the support network to group ethosHammersforworkandsupportPage has grown and gone from strength to strength nearing the 15,000 numberOur emphasis is focused on NewhamBoth raised in the Borough I spent over 30 years there and still visit the areaDanny family also .We try to support as many people as we canA list of Newham charities belowNewham boxing clubNewham abilty clubAAAThe Magpie projectNewham foodbankAscensionfoodbankLolas homelessFootstepz youth academyHomeless veterans associationWe have donated to all above and offered support and continue to do so.We have a ticket scheme donating matchday tickets to some of the above and also individuals that cannot afford to go to a game with their childrenDonating also to youth clubs andHall mead school special educational needs.We will continue to support hammers and their families and anyone connected with clubThe charities preferred are smaller organisations and help a wide range of people women men and especially children and youth.We are proud of the group and its members for the Community spirit shown and many have gained employment and been given a startWe also have mentored over 40 individuals with mental health issues all in strict confidence using mental health advocatesWe are the only group of supporters doing this and of that we are proud. "Facebook : : by : by :