Get Online is a drop-in service run by North Bristol Advice Centre for people to develop their digital skills and get more confident online. Continue reading “Get Online drop-in sessions have reopened”
Around 2.4 million people, aged 16 and over, who are registered with a GP practice in England will receive an invitation to take part in Europe’s biggest patient experience survey in early January.Continue reading “NHS England’s GP Patient Survey 2022”
Your Park Bristol & Bath want to hear from you!Continue reading “Your Park Bristol & Bath – Community Consultation”
University of Bristol has been funded to run a new project by The National Institute for Health Research School for Social Care Research, which will run for 18 months (December 2021 to end of May 2023). The aim of the project is to work with 30 families living in England, who support an adult with a learning disability in family homes.Continue reading “University of Bristol – Invitation to advisory group for family carers”
Glaucoma UK runs free digital glaucoma support groups every fortnight. They cover topics ranging from the basics of glaucoma, to living well with the condition, and the latest research.Continue reading “Glaucoma UK Digital Support Groups”
If you care for a child with a disability or long-term illness the University of Exeter would like you to take part in their Parent Carer Wellbeing Study!Continue reading “The Parent Carer Wellbeing Study”
Please note: CarersLine will be closed for the holidays from Friday 24 December 2021, opening again on Tuesday 4 January 2022.
The strategy sets out South Gloucestershire Council’s vision and priorities for people of any age with a learning disability in South Gloucestershire for the period from April 2022 to March 2027. The strategy is the first All-age learning disability strategy for South Gloucestershire.Continue reading “S. Glos: All Age Learning Disability Strategy Consultation”
Healthwatch Bristol want to find out more about the process of being discharged to a care or nursing home, to find out where the system is working well and where it needs to be improved.Continue reading “Healthwatch Bristol: Discharge from hospital survey”
Are you experiencing stress, anxiety or low mood following a cancer diagnosis? Join a free 8-week online Mindfulness based course specially designed for people living with cancer and for their supporters/carers. Continue reading “Mindfulness for cancer carers and those living with cancer”
The Autumn/Winter edition of the volunteers newsletter is now live.Continue reading “Volunteers Newsletter – Autumn/Winter Edition 2021”
Top to Toe is for people with a learning difficulty and autism.Continue reading “Top to Toe – January 10th”
Bristol City Council and Murmuration Community Therapy are looking for people who can share their experience as a parent or carer of a child or young person with SEND in Bristol.
Carers Support Centre has made a short film all about caring, to mark Carers Rights Day. Featuring 4 local carers, this film aims to increase carer awareness and reach unidentified carers. In the film, Cheralyn, Tony, Fanuel and Amanda share how they started caring, how they realised what they were doing was caring, and how receiving support improved their lives.
South Gloucestershire Disability Equality Network (SGDEN) invite you to the next SGDEN online event and AGM, taking place to link in with the International Day of Disabled People.Continue reading “South Gloucestershire Disability Equality Network Event & AGM – December 2nd”
Carers UK have released their State of Caring 2021 report.Continue reading “Carers UK – State of Caring 2021”
South Gloucestershire Council is writing a new strategy for unpaid carers. This strategy is the council’s plan to support you, working alongside partners in health, social care, employment, education and more. The council wants to produce a plan that is accessible and engaging to unpaid carers.Continue reading “South Gloucestershire Carers Strategy Focus Group – November 11”