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  • New Adult Autism Support Hub

    New Adult Autism Support Hub

    Sheffield has a new Adult Autism Support Hub offering free support to autistic people, aged 16 and above, and their (informal) carers and families. The team is able to provide helpful information and advice and support you to connect with local community groups. You can also get involved in their ongoing co-production activities to help design the service.

  • Mental Health Support Hub Launch

    Mental Health Support Hub Launch

    The national charity Mental Health Matters is launching a Support Hub at 44 Bank Street, Sheffield S1 2DS on 31 January from 2 – 4.30 pm. Drop in to learn more about the service and meet the staff team along with other local organisations who provide mental health support.

  • Hubs and Welcoming Places

    Hubs and Welcoming Places

    Voluntary and community organisations were at the forefront of helping people throughout the covid pandemic and are now dealing with the many issues people face during the cost of living crisis. Work is taking place to find out the services, resources and assets available across the city to help the residents of Sheffield and a map of Hubs and ‘Welcoming Places’ is now available.

  • Seminars For Parents of Children with SEND

    Seminars For Parents of Children with SEND

    Sheffield Parent Hub run by Sheffield City Council has a range of free programmes including seminars specifically designed for parents and carers of children with SEND .Groups are friendly, welcoming, and non-judgemental and those taking part have the opportunity to meet other parents and carers and share experiences and ideas.

  • Are You Living Well in the The Big Squeeze?

    Are You Living Well in the The Big Squeeze?

    The Disability Hub joins forces with Healthwatch Sheffield’s Health & Wellbeing Forum on Monday 2nd December 2019 from 1:30pm-4:00pm at The Circle to explore how financial pressures and hardship are impacting on people’s ability to keep themselves well. Join us for information sharing, dialogue and ideas as we hear from local experts from the Clinical Commissioning Group, Sheffield City Council and voluntary and community sector as well as stories from individuals.

  • Review of Independent Advocacy Services 2018-19.

    Review of Independent Advocacy Services 2018-19.

    Sheffield Advocacy Hub, a partnership between Citizens Advice Sheffield, Cloverleaf Advocacy and Disability Sheffield is proud to present its annual review for 2018-19. As well as service user data the review includes stories from people who have used the advocacy service in their own words and outlines some of our important campaigning work carried out through the year. All Hub partners hold the Advocacy Quality and Performance Mark and follow the Advocacy Code of Practice.

  • Disability Hub Meeting

    The next meeting of the Disability Hub is on Thursday 27 June 2019 from 2-4pm at The Circle and we’d love to see you there. The Hub is one of the ways in which disabled people can have a greater say on the services and businesses disabled people interact with locally.By providing a platform for disabled people to represent their needs together it is hoped we can strengthen the move towards a more equitable society, where disabled people enjoy the same opportunities as everyone else.

  • Cancer Information Hub at Moor Markets

    Vital cancer support is now easy to come by for Sheffield shoppers, thanks to a multi-charity information hub at the Moor Markets. The pop up stall is at units 56 and 58 from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday for the next couple of months.

  • Sheffield Equality Hub Newsletter for September

    Catch up with all the latest news and events this month in the Sheffield Equality Hub newsletter.

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