South Gloucestershire Community Learning and Skills Service are running a free five-week course starting on the 24th September 2020 for adults aged 19+.
The consultation will close on 9th September 2019 and it’s an important consultation for carers to respond to.
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.
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 next Mental Health Conversations event will focus on developing a mental health strategy for Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
All Bristol and South Gloucestershire carers are warmly invited to our next annual Carers Rights Day event!
Current status: Bookings are now closed. Waiting list is now in effect.
Community health services provide care in or close to people’s homes to help them feel supported, avoid having to go to hospital or help them when they come out of hospital.
South Gloucestershire Wellbeing College has developed a short online survey to ask carers for their views on forthcoming courses.
South Gloucestershire Council is reviewing how they collectively provide early co-ordinated and effective information, advice, help and support for children, young people and families. They know that providing this at the right time and in the right way can have a significant positive and sustainable impact for families.
Healthwatch South Gloucestershire acts as a consumer champion for both patients and the public.
South Gloucestershire Council is consulting on a proposed Healthy Lifestyle and Wellbeing service that supports people to improve their health by modifying the five leading risk factors that contribute to early death and reduced quality of life.
On Tuesday 5th June the government published its long-awaited Carers Action Plan setting out how to support carers over the next two years (2018-2020).
The South Gloucestershire Over 50s Forum would like to hear from 50-70 years olds about what matters to them and how they would like their voice to be represented.
Healthwatch acts as a consumer champion for the patients and the public of South Gloucestershire, hearing the views of the local population and promotes these views to relevant decision makers.
The consultation on the draft Strategy for Children and Young People 0-25 years with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in South Gloucestershire 2018-2023 is now live.
All the consultation documents are available via this web page Web: http://bit.ly/2FdEqBe. The consultation closes at 5pm on Monday 12th March.
Young Carers Voice designed an accessible ‘young carer friendly’ summary.