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Lets Work Together Workshop

Who should attend:

This FREE workshop aims to equip individuals with the tools, training and skills they need to provide the 'eyes and ears' for partner organisations.

It offers a wide range of support and signposting to local people to help them live healthy, safe and independent lives.

The Workshop will cover the following risks:

Lets Work Together Workshop

Who should attend:

This FREE workshop aims to equip individuals with the tools, training and skills they need to provide the 'eyes and ears' for partner organisations.

It offers a wide range of support and signposting to local people to help them live healthy, safe and independent lives.

The Workshop will cover the following risks:

Lets Work Together Workshop

Who should attend:

This FREE workshop aims to equip individuals with the tools, training and skills they need to provide the 'eyes and ears' for partner organisations.

It offers a wide range of support and signposting to local people to help them live healthy, safe and independent lives.

The Workshop will cover the following risks:

Action on hearing Loss Drop in Session

ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT YOUR HEARING OR THAT OF A FAMILY MEMBER?

DO YOU NEED TO TURN THE TELEVISION UP?

DOES MUSIC STOP YOU HEARING WHAT PEOPLE SAY?

Then come along to see us at our drop-in session -

  • for FREE and CONFIDENTIAL information and advice from a national charity (established since 1911)
  • for a simple hearing screening test
  • or just join us for a cup of tea and a chat!

 

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Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent set to introduce One Health and Care electronic integrated care records

Patients’ health and care records in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent will soon be available electronically to authorised health and social care practitioners.

It will mean a doctor in a hospital, or a paramedic who attends a 999 call will be able to access the same crucial information as a GP, such as details of allergies and current medications, bringing potentially life-saving benefits.

Rotary Community Library Brereton Joins Places of Welcome.

Brereton Community Library near Rugeley is very pleased to announce that we have joined the national Places of Welcome network. Every Thursday morning between 9.00 and 12.00 anyone at all is welcome to come along for a chat; a free cuppa and biscuits; support and information if needed. Our friendly team of volunteers who manage the library for Rugeley Rotary Club in partnership with Staffordshire County Council are looking forward to meeting you.

A PLACE OF WELCOME FOR CHESLYN HAY

The Cheslyn Hay Community Managed Library is now offering an extra special welcome to all visitors including free refreshments, friendly volunteers and lively chat every Thursday between 10am and 12 noon.  The Library, which is run by the Bloxwich Rotary Library Service, has recently joined the national Places of Welcome network which is made up of small community organisations providing an unconditional welcome and hospitality to local people for at least a few hours each week. This is the second Library in Cannock Chase which is officially a Place of Welcome!

FIRST PLACE OF WELCOME FOR STONE

Following the recent unveiling of their refurbished kitchen, Stone Community Hub is the first community organisation in Stone to join the Places of Welcome network. The kitchen is used primarily on a Monday where a free two course lunch is provided to anyone in need, who is lonely or eats alone for the main part. The kitchen is also used daily when the Hub is open as a Place of Welcome for the provision of hot and cold drinks, biscuits and cakes free of charge every weekday (except Thursdays) from 10am – 1pm.