People with learning difficulties some-times find it hard to get a job.
Come and join us on Wednesday 3rd July from 10.00AM – 11.30AM at Carers Support Centre.
Make a space in your diary and join us at our Autumn Gala Ball on Friday 25th October, 2019.
Thursday 18th July 2019 (doors open at 6.30pm, talks start at 7pm, finish 8.30pm)
BAWA Health and Leisure Centre, 589 Southmead Road, BS34 7RG.
The consultation will close on 9th September 2019 and it’s an important consultation for carers to respond to.
Come and join our discussion on what support exists in Bristol and South Gloucestershire for former carers, and what’s missing. All carers and former carers are welcome.
The Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are inviting you to have your say, influence and shape the future of primary care for patients and staff by attending this workshop.
Are you a carer of someone using drugs or alcohol services in South Gloucestershire? Please see below information on how you can have an input into the local Alcohol Strategy.
A national consultation is now open about government’s intention to increase the provision of Changing Places toilets, about whether this should be a mandatory requirement in building regulations and for which types of buildings/public spaces.
Bookings for Carers Week 2019 are now live!
Healthwatch Bristol and Healthwatch South Gloucestershire would like to speak to people about their personal experiences of using local health care services, or those of someone they know or care for.
It’s important for carers to have a say about this consultation which closes on 2nd May.
Growing pressure on the NHS mean changes are needed to make sure everybody gets the support they need.
The Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) is a coalition of more than 60 charities campaigning for better services for disabled children and their family carers.
Bristol North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (BNSSG CCG) is trying to improve how their health services meet the needs of the diverse communities in the area. To do this, they are setting up an independent panel that will assess their progress to date.
The South Gloucestershire Dementia Action Alliance (SGDAA) has been working to make communities dementia friendly. This means places where those living with dementia and their carers/supporters feel respected, supported, understood, able to access services easily and be a part of their community.
The Government has unveiled its proposals for all health and care staff in England to get autism training.
Health Matters events are free public talks hosted by consultants or senior managers on specialist areas of health, or on issues affecting hospitals.