Together We’re Better (the partnership transforming health and social care for the people of Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent, made up of NHS and local government organisations) is embarking on a new era of integrated working to ensure people are better supported to lead healthier and more independent lives.
Audley Health and Wellbeing Event, date has now been agreed for Wednesday 17th October 2018 running 10am to 2pm and we would like to invite you to come along and show off what support, services and activities you offer.
If you would like to have a stall at the event, could I please ask you to let me know as soon as possible.
If you can email me using the link to the left, we will try our best to accommodate everyone
the Greater Chesterton Locality Action Partnership Health Event, date and time has now been agreed for Thursday 11th October 2018 running 10am to 2pm and we would like to invite you to come along and show off what support, services and activities you offer.
If you would like to have a stall at the event, could we please ask that you let me know as soon as possible.
If you can email using the link to the left, we will try our best to accommodate everyone.
Clayton, Westlands & Seabridge Health Event.
Information on NHS services, welfare benefits and social care.
Free soup & roll, tea and coffee.
This event will bring together representatives from the local voluntary and community sector and public sector to share knowledge and promote the earliest help work that happens within the Tamworth Community.
"Earliest help is working with children, young people and families to offer the right support at an early stage before a small needs becomes a bigger one."
It will update on earliest help so far, share the 4 priorities, explore how to address the priorities and network and build relationships.
This exciting programme will help to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people across South Staffordshire and will act as a starting point to facilitate closer collaboration between schools/colleges and ALL services providing mental health support. Voluntary sector organisations providing services supporting the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people are being asked to attend these events to take part in these conversations.
A local group is hoping to help isolated members of the community to get out and experience – and remember -the joy of cycling.
Lichfield Re:cycle, which already reconditions used bikes, provides free long term loan bikes to those in need and organises community cycling events, has been touring Lichfield and Burntwood with a trishaw. Community groups have been invited to take a ride in the rickshaw style vehicle, to see whether there is any appetite for a ride service to be offered locally.
A statement from Cllr Alan White, Deputy Leader, Cabinet Member for Health, Care and Wellbeing, Councillor for Lichfield – Lichfield Rural East
I am pleased to inform you that the contract for the provision of Healthwatch Staffordshire services has now been awarded to ensure residents can continue to share any views they may have around both health and social care provision.
I am writing to advise, Staffordshire County Council (SCC) will not be exercising their optional one year contract extension with South Staffordshire Network for Mental Health (SSNMH) for the Service Use Participation Service after 31st March 2018. SCC and SSNMH are currently in discussions in respect of this decision; it is agreed by both parties that’s protecting the users of mental health services is the priority of these discussions.
I would be grateful if you could please share this message with your colleagues and partners, as appropriate.