We have received a beautiful poem written by one of our Carers after he had joined us on our trip to the National Memorial Arboretum in April. Carers and the person they are caring for were treated to a day Continue reading In memory to the fallen………………….
Dates for carers training for the next few months provided free by Approach. • NEWCASTLE – 17th/24th/31st July 2pm -5pm at Holy Trinity Church, Chesterton • CANNOCK – 23rd/30th July & 6th August 5.30pm –8.30pm at Pye Continue reading July – August 2018 Free Informal Training for Carers
If you or someone you know needs help or advice about Direct Payments these information sessions could provide important help to you. Why not go along and find out more.
The following guidance is provided by Staffordshire County Council………………………….. What is abuse? Abuse is behaviour that can lead to harm or distress; for example hitting, pushing, bullying, stealing, neglect, or sexual activity without consent. It can happen to both Continue reading Protecting children and adults from abuse
A lottery supporting South Staffordshire! South Staffordshire Community Lottery is a weekly online lottery created to support local causes in South Staffordshire. Tickets are only £1 per week! With 60% going to local good causes and prizes up to £25,000! Continue reading South Staffordshire Community Lottery
How does the NHS in England work? Watch our new animation – just click on the link below. The King’s Fund https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/audio-video/how-does-nhs-in-england-work?utm_source=The%20King%27s%20Fund%20newsletters&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=8793341_NEWSL_The%20Weekly%20Update%202017-10-19&utm_content=animation_image&dm_i=21A8,58GZH,FLXCRQ,K5NAC,1
A message from Martyn Baggaley – Senior Commissioning Manager, Staffordshire County Council One of the things I’m looking to do over the next 4-6 weeks or so is to grow the membership of the All-age Disability Partnership in Staffordshire. Continue reading A wider understanding of Disability in Staffordshire
A new website has been launched by the Pension Tracing Service to help people find their lost pension savings: www.gov.uk/find-pension-contact-details There is currently an estimated £400 million in unclaimed pension savings. This is money people have previously saved for their Continue reading The Pension Tracing Service