Disability Sheffield
Zoom: A A A A Current Page  »  About  /  Blog/Latest News  /  Archive

Blog Archive

  • Deepness Dementia Conference

    Deepness Dementia Conference

    Deepness Dementia Media is a non-profit organisation that provides radio shows, online education courses and many other projects in order to encourage living well with dementia. It is run by people living with Dementia for people living with Dementia . Their conference in Sheffield is taking place on the 26th and 27th of September 2022.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • Move More Big Health Event

    Move More Big Health Event

    Speakup Rotherham are holding their annual Keeping Healthy event in Sheffield with partners at the English Institute of Sport Sheffield on 13th September from 10am to 2.30pm.They have 100 spaces for adults with learning disabilities and autistic people from across Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley, to try sporting activities and attend workshops. If you want to go you need to book.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • Speak Up for ME and Fibromyalgia

    Speak Up for ME and Fibromyalgia

    25% of people with ME/CFS are severely ill, leaving them housebound or bedbound.Funded by a Healthwatch Sheffield #SpeakUp Grant, Sheffield ME and Fibromyalgia Group are conducting a survey and focus groups to help improve access to health and social care support for people living with the conditions.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • New Guide to Money Support

    New Guide to Money Support

    The Sheffield Money Support Guide is a new and developing website where you can search for advice and support with your finances and services or initiatives that help to ease the cost of living.As well as benefits and debt advice topics include food support,clothes, community eating, and hardship payments.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • Bus Service Cuts - your chance to share what is important to you

    Bus Service Cuts - your chance to share what is important to you

    Approximately one third of bus routes in Sheffield are vulnerable to being wholly or partly cut at the beginning of October. South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority (SYMCA) are seeking feedback on what services are most important to you. This will inform which service might receive limited support from public money.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • Consultation on Changes to GP sites in the North of Sheffield

    Consultation on Changes to GP sites in the North of Sheffield

    The South Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (formerly Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group) has launched a consultation today on their proposals to locate several existing GP surgeries in several new hub sites. We are keen to hear your views on these proposals and will be running focus group events to ensure that anything not captured in the consultation survey form is captured.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • Scan New Horizons

    Scan New Horizons

    All articles in this online disability lifestyle publication are sourced directly from their community of readers, giving disabled people a voice. Articles span topics from technology, relationships, sports, employment and travel. Check out the content this month.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • PA Advertising Campaign Seeks your Views

    PA Advertising Campaign Seeks your Views

    Want to influence a brand-new advertising campaign in the making, aimed to market positive social care roles including PAs? Sheffield City Council is looking for interested Individual Employers and PAs who would like to influence the advertising campaign and help create stories and adverts.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • Beware Cost of Living Payments Fraud

    Beware Cost of Living Payments Fraud

    You may have seen in the media that there has been a significant increase in scammers attempting to obtain personal information by sending out texts suggesting that people are eligible for cost of living payments. If you are elgible, you don’t need to take any action and the DWP never ask for personal details by SMS or email.

    FULL ARTICLE
  • New Guide to Living Well in Sheffield

    New Guide to Living Well in Sheffield

    Are you looking into improving your health and wellbeing? If so the latest guide to living well in Sheffield is out now to help you find out what’s on offer in your local area and citywide.The 72-page brochure has been produced by Sheffield City Council along with their ‘People Keeping Well’ partner organisations who they fund to deliver a range of health and wellbeing support and activities in the city.

    FULL ARTICLE
Page 1 of 135 Next

Blog Archive

Articles by Category

Articles by Tag

Articles by Date

* indicates required

Sign up to our latest news on local and national disability related issues and events

Recent Feedback    (We'd love to receive your feedback, please click here to add some)

Disability Sheffield is a forward-thinking, energetic organisation doing a lot of positive work in Sheffield. I have no doubt they will continue to do so for a long time to come.
The service received was rated as:  

Ruth

Very good presentation, brave of the speakers to tell their stories and had a very high impact - feedback from Mate/Hate Crime presentation and video session at Safeguarding Working Together Conference
The service received was rated as:  

feedback training

When I moved to Sheffield nearly five years ago it was my "go to" organisation. I expect it to stay that way. All the staff and volunteers seem to pull out little gems of effort that disabled people like me couldn't do without. Professionally and personally - I love em :)
The service received was rated as:  

Andrew Crooks

A fantastic presentation thought provoking and good questions from the floor around promoting this film/message to the general public not just professionals.
The service received was rated as:  

training feedback