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  • Final Call for Special Olympics plus Olympic Fringe Events

    Final Call for Special Olympics plus Olympic Fringe Events

    A final call has just gone out for those who wish to watch or get involved with the Special Olympics GB National Games which are taking place in Sheffield this week. Please do what you can to show your support by coming into the city to enjoy the Games and Fringe activities.

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  • Launch of MS Benefits Advice Service

    Launch of MS Benefits Advice Service

    We are pleased to announce that people affected by Multiple Sclerosis in Sheffield , Rotherham and Barnsley can from today contact our exclusive new service for benefits advice, developed in partnership with MS Society Local Groups. Contact our dedicated MS benefits advice service phone number on 0114 253 6774 or email us at msbenefits@disabilitysheffield.org.uk.

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  • Could you be a member of Sheffield’s Independent Advisory Group on policing?

    Could you be a member of Sheffield’s Independent Advisory Group on policing?

    South Yorkshire Police are recruiting to the Independent Advisory Group (IAG) which aims to discuss the impacts of policing on different communities and look at ways in which the police can improve the policing service to the diverse communities within Sheffield. SYP has IAGs in all four districts and to become a member of the Sheffield IAG, you must be aged 16 or over, live or work in Sheffield and not be employed within the policing family.

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  • Invitation to join the Peer Leadership Academy and the Strategic Co-production Group.

    Invitation to join the Peer Leadership Academy and the Strategic Co-production Group.

    Do you have ‘lived experience’ of a personalised approach to health care and want to be more involved in the development and delivery of NHS health care programmes ? Then the next Peer Leadership Academy and the Strategic Co-production Group could be for you.

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  • NHS England Personal Health Budget Survey

    NHS England Personal Health Budget Survey

    For the first time NHSE is taking an entirely ‘bottom up look’ through their Lived Experience Programme at what motivates people to take up the offer of a PHB and who could benefit from one. If you wish to give your views their survey is still open but only until Thursday 20 July.

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  • Get Yourself Active and Swim England Survey

    Get Yourself Active and Swim England Survey

    Share your stories –good and bad – and take their short survey to help Swim England understand your swimming experiences and any barriers to participation.

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  • Sheffield Equality Hub Network Newsletter for July

    Sheffield Equality Hub Network Newsletter for July

    Catch up with all the latest news and events from across the Sheffield Equality Hub Network.

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  • Loneliness and Disability Report

    Loneliness and Disability Report

    Produced for the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness, ‘Someone cares if I’m not there’, explores why loneliness affects so many people with disabilities, from the perspective of disabled people themselves and is leading a national conversation around disability and loneliness during a month-long campaign from 10 July to 11 August.

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  • Film4 Seeking Deaf Woman to Play Lead Role

    Film4 Seeking Deaf Woman to Play Lead Role

    A casting company for film and television is looking for a Deaf woman aged 18-35 years from the UK to play the lead role in a Film4 commissioned short film. No previous acting experience is necessary.

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  • Could You Mystery Shop for Sheffield Theatres?

    Could You Mystery Shop for Sheffield Theatres?

    As a mystery shopper you would be given a free ticket to a show at either The Crucible or Lyceum in exchange for a chat about your experience and how the experience could be improved.

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A fantastic presentation thought provoking and good questions from the floor around promoting this film/message to the general public not just professionals.
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