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  • Sheffield Voices Newsletter

    Sheffield Voices Newsletter

    Sheffield Voices self-advocacy group for people with learning disabilities and autism has released its latest newsletter to let you know what activities they held in April. Also mentioned is the upcoming “You Speak We Listen” event, which is taking part on May 26th at Hillsborough Arena including a session around the cost of living and how it is impacting the learning disability community.

  • Heath And Social Care Updates

    Heath And Social Care Updates

    Sheffield City Council has set up a new Health & Social Care Community Involvement newsletter, showing how you can get involved in shaping local social care services.Sign up and every three months you’ll hear about ways to have your say about services, groups you can join and projects to take part in.

  • SACMHA News

    SACMHA News

    Set up 30 years ago to meet the needs of members of Sheffield’s African Caribbean Community experiencing mental ill health, SACMHA’s latest newsletter brings into focus some of their key activities, including Man Talk meetings, community outreach and their new digital inclusion project.

  • SACMHA Newsletter

    SACMHA  Newsletter

    SACMHA was set up over 30 years ago to meet the needs of members of Sheffield’s African Caribbean Community experiencing mental ill health.The issue of their first newsletter aims to capture what is happening in the organisation focussing on direct support through engaging, consulting and informing the African Caribbean community in Sheffield.

  • Continuing Health Care Newsletter

    People receiving Continuing Healthcare ( CHC )in Sheffield are being urged to read and give their views about a new CHC newsletter, which aims to make the process easier to understand, more open and transparent.The newsletter will be published every six months and you can choose to receive it by email or view it online.

  • NHS Easy Read Newsletter

    The NHS England Easy Read Newsletter, designed for people with autism or learning disabilities and focusing on serious health issues, has produced its Winter edition.The NHS England Learning Disability and Autism Engagement Team is also looking for people to get involved in the newsletter and their work

  • Healthwatch Sheffield Latest News

    Healthwatch Sheffield – your local consumer watchdog for health and social care services – has published its latest newsletter, which includes a reminder that voluntary and community groups will be to apply from 19 December for their #Speak Up grant, to receive up to £500 to carry out creative and impactful engagement work within communities.

  • Say Aphasia June 2018 Newsletter

    The June issue of the Say Aphasia Newsletter includes updates on the work being done by Aphasia groups and their supporters around the country , including Sheffield Aphasia Group (SAG) working with Sheffield NHS Speech & Language Therapists,Dr Caroline Haw and Jenni Crisp.

  • Sheffield Carers Centre Newsletter and Carers Week

    The Summer 2018 edition of Connect, the Sheffield Carers Centre newsletter has been published and includes the schedule for activities and events for Carers Week, which takes place from 11 – 17 June.

  • We need your Permission to Continue to Send you our News Bulletins.

    If you’re on our mailing list we hope you enjoy receiving and reading our weekly news bulletins about local and national disability news and events and thank you for taking an interest in our work. Please be aware that on May 25th, changes to data protection will come into effect, which means that we are required to ask you to resubscribe if you wish to continue to receive our news bulletins. It’ll only take 2 minutes….

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