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  • Healthwatch Sheffield Want to Hear from People Living or Working in Sheffield Care Homes

    Healthwatch Sheffield Want to Hear from People Living or Working in Sheffield Care Homes

    Due to the Covid-19 outbreak Healthwatch Sheffield cannot visit care homes to hear from residents directly , but it’s more important than ever that they hear about people’s experience of living in residential or nursing care.
    If you or a relative live in a care home, or if you work in one, Healthwatch Sheffield would like to hear from you and will then share good practice and raise issues with Sheffield City Council, as well as various boards and committees across the city to make sure your voice has an impact.

  • DPAC asks "How is Coronovirus affecting you?"

    DPAC asks

    Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) are aware that the disruption due to the Coronovirus pandemic is having a particularly adverse effect on disabled people. In order for DPAC to raise the alarm about some of these issues they’re asking what’s happening to you.

  • Have you had your flu vaccine?

    Flu is an unpredictable virus that can cause mild illness in most people. However, it can cause severe illness and even death among vulnerable groups of people, including disabled people and people with a long term health condition. As we approach Winter, the NHS have published helpful details on “who should have a flu vaccine” and who is eligible for the free vaccination, including carers.

  • Free Lifewise event to safeguard older people from crime

    The Post Office, Fire Service and Police along with other partners will be offering advice and support on fraud and scams to the over 65’s at this community engagement event on Tuesday August 28th from 10.15am to 2.45pm at the Lifewise Centre in Hellaby, Rotherham. Book your place early to avoid disappointment.

  • Widen Your Circle of Friends at the Remember When Cafe

    ‘Remember When,’ a new cafe on Silkstone Road, Frecheville (at the Sports Club and Social Ground) have launched their Friendship Circle, and are looking for people to join. If you’re looking for something new to try this friendship circle could be just the thing!

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