If you live in South Gloucestershire you can now access One You on the South Gloucestershire Council website. This will help you get information around a wide range of health issues and checking your general health, as well as FREE one-to-one support from a trained practitioner.
If you are a carer living in the greater Fishponds area and want to make a difference to other carers using local facilities, joining Considerate Friends could be for you!
Be prepared for the future – learn to understand dementia as it progresses and how to seek support.
After a very successful consultation with carers aged 36 – 65 years old, we would like to invite you to share your views on the design of a new online national service, helping to improve home care options.
If you or someone you care for or support use Special Care Dental Services in the South West then NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE and NHSI) would like to hear from you.
Sirona Care & Health has recently been awarded the contract to deliver Community Health Services across the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire area from April 2020.
Are you are current or past carer for someone who has received palliative or end of life care? If so, Bristol University are inviting members of the public to attend two workshops on the subject, and you will be paid to attend.
Soundwell Music Therapy Trust is holding a FREE monthly support group for carers in South Bristol.
Interested in online support for caring for a friend or family member affected by psycosis?
Would you like to draw on your experience as a carer to make positive change?
Bookings for the next Bristol Carers Open Meeting have now closed.
Bristol Reclaiming Independent Living (BRIL) want to hear from other disabled people, social workers, carers, families and other organisations about the barriers disabled people face in living independently in Bristol.
BNSSG CCG (Bristol North Somerset South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group) is asking for views and comments to update and deliver their primary care strategy.
South Gloucestershire Council is consulting on its Better Care Stronger Communities voluntary sector funding programme. This includes funding for services for carers including carers’ groups, support to both adults and young carers and support to carers in health settings.
If you or the person you care for is sight impaired, Vision West of England have launched new regular drop in sessions; social and information sharing meetings; and one to one appointments with a sight advisor at Bedminster library.
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (BNSSG CCG) has begun a review of mental health services across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
Sheffield University has launched a survey on mobile phone use in caring for older adults and are looking for carers of anyone aged 65 or over to fill the survey out.
Bristol Parent Carers are organising and Evening Support Group on Thursday 11th July 6.30pm – 8.30pm.
NHS have published a series of leaflets on their website aimed at families and carers of people with learning disabilities.