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Supportive Communities: Preparing to Reopen Activity Groups Safely

Are you thinking about reopening your community group? Are you confident that you have all the measures in place to do so? This session will cover:-

- Latest guidelines

- Risk assessments specific to different types of groups and activities

- Management of social distancing – a risk based approach

- First aid guidance

- Track and trace

- Liaising with your premises

- Communication methods

This short session will allow time for questions and answers so that you can get some bespoke advice.

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Supportive Communities: Encouraging a Safe Return to Community Activities

This is a 1 hour FREE online session delivered by Support Staffordshire , working in partnership with Staffordshire County Council.

About this event

Are you about to restart your activities? Do you have people who are going to be anxious about returning to your group or activity? This session will cover:-

- How to communicate with the community and individuals

- Buddying options

- Coaching & motivational techniques

- Simple explanation of guidance relevant to the community including vaccination effectiveness

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Supportive Communities: Encouraging a Safe Return to Community Activities

This is a 1 hour FREE online session delivered by Support Staffordshire , working in partnership with Staffordshire County Council.

About this event

Are you about to restart your activities? Do you have people who are going to be anxious about returning to your group or activity? This session will cover:-

- How to communicate with the community and individuals

- Buddying options

- Coaching & motivational techniques

- Simple explanation of guidance relevant to the community including vaccination effectiveness

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Supportive Communities: Encouraging a Safe Return to Community Activities

This is a 1 hour FREE online session delivered by Support Staffordshire , working in partnership with Staffordshire County Council.

About this event

Are you about to restart your activities? Do you have people who are going to be anxious about returning to your group or activity? This session will cover:-

- How to communicate with the community and individuals

- Buddying options

- Coaching & motivational techniques

- Simple explanation of guidance relevant to the community including vaccination effectiveness

Spotlight on Cannock Chase Dementia Action Week 2021 Activities

17th - 23rd May 2021 is Dementia Action Week, organised by the Alzheimer's Society this is a national awareness week where attention is drawn to the many affected by this profound and incurable disease.

This year the Alzheimer's Society is highlighting the struggle that nearly 1 million people and families in the UK affected by dementia have in getting the support and care they need and are calling for the government to "provide quality social care that is free and easy to access.no matter where you live".

Befriending Skills

This training is funded by Staffordshire County Council. To access this session for FREE you must be a member of Support Staffordshire.  Support Staffordshire reserves the right to charge you for your booking if you are not a member.


Who should attend:

This course is aimed at staff and volunteers who are providing a befriending service to anyone in the community and wish to gain further knowledge and skills.   It is also suitable for managers and supporting staff.

Overview:

Staffordshire music charity Make Some Noise set to launch Song for Wellbeing fundraising appeal on 14 May 2021

To celebrate their 20th birthday in July, local music charity Make Some Noise is set to launch a Crowdfunding campaign Song for Wellbeing on Friday 14 May to support young people following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.