Health and Social Care News
The Health and Social Care Update is a fortnightly bulletin sent to members of Action Hampshire’s health and social care network. It includes events and training, funding opportunities, issues around regulation and registration such as safeguarding or the CQC, policy and practice, and a what’s new section. It covers both local and national developments.
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Changes to short breaks and youth services on hold, the health and social care experiences of the transgender community, safeguarding developments – this and more in our Health & Social Care Update. Read more
All over the UK, there are people who show amazing courage, determination and compassion on a daily basis in an effort to overcome the debilitating effects of stroke. Nominations for a Life After Stroke Award must be in by 30 January 2015.
The Deputy PM is calling on people to nominate unsung mental health heroes in their local area as part of his campaign to raise awareness of mental health problems. Read more
Age Concern is running a survey asking men over 50 about their experiences of health and social care services. The results gathered will be used by them and by Healthwatch Hampshire to improve men’s services across the county, and so the more… Read more
The latest issue of our Health & Social Care Update is out now – the Autumn Statement, doing business with Southampton City Council, transforming learning disability services, plus lots more. Read more
A call to respond to proposed cuts for short breaks for disabled children, the Better Care Fund – just a load of hype? West Hampshire health system coming under pressure and the CCG wants your help. All this and more in the latest issue. Read more
CAMHS want to ensure their services meet the needs of everyone, and are keen to hear from people within Hampshire's BME communities. Read more
Local charities issue call to action on Hampshire proposals to cut short breaks for disabled children
The Hampshire Parent Carer Network, Rose Road Association and Enable Ability are all urging local people and organisations to respond to the County Council consultation on cuts to short breaks services for disabled children.Read more