Information, Advice & Guidance (IAG)
TSRC and the Family Potential Research Centre at the University of Birmingham would like to invite you to a seminar entitled 'Public service markets don’t work and they can’t: insights from the voluntary sector' delivered by Kathy Evans of Children England.
Announcement from the SSNMH:-
South Staffordshire Network for Mental Health's Toolbox Project has been especially designed for your clients at risk of developing mental illness. They are supported by Stafford Borough Council and Staffordshire Public Health to ensure the people using your services get support to help them deal with issues that might be impacting on their emotional wellbeing.
The Summer 2016 edition of Lichfield District Safer Community Partnership's newsletter is now available to read.
The Olive Branch Programme was initially launched in mid 2007 following the tragic fire death of Olive Simcock. One of the lessons learnt following her death was for key agencies to engage in closer partnership working to better communicate and refer vulnerable persons to the appropriate agency or organisation.
Staffordshire Fire & Rescue are committed to reducing the number of accidental dwelling fires which result in injury or death for the most vulnerable members of our communities through partnership working.
Olive Branch Training is completely FREE of charge.
West Midlands Ambulance service in Leek:-
There is a public meeting starting at 7pm on Friday 29 July 2016 in the Churnet Room at Moorlands House (Stockwell Street, Leek ST13 6HQ) to discuss proposals by the West Midlands Ambulance Service to remove the rapid response vehicle service which currently operates from Leek.
Representatives from the service have been invited to attend and Moorlands residents who want to know more about the proposals are also invited.
The National Crime Agency and Children's Commissioner have announced two important programmes that are designated to help professionals keep pace with, and protect children from, the changing landscape of risk.
They are both free to use and will be valuable in helping schools and social care providers keep children safe.
Please see attached document for further information.
The Dogs Trust are running free dog safety workshops to help people be safe around dogs at home and in the community.
Please see the document below for further information.
Staffordshire County Council in partnership with Health Education England will be hosting a free event on self care and digital innovation on Tuesday, 9 August 2016. It will start at 10am until 4pm (registration will begin at 9:30am).
Update from the Staffordshire Safeguarding Children Board:-
To help you help others, a new Early Help Strategy and a set of practical, easy to use tools have been developed. Everyone across the county will be using these.