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  • Social Club Offers Health and Care

    Social Club Offers Health and Care

    A new social cafe and lunch club has been set up by SACMHA Health and Social Care, a Sheffield-based organisation which aims to provide culturally sensitive help, particularly to those who feel marginalised or who struggle to access mainstream services. It will take place at the SADACCA building on The Wicker, every Thursday from August 5th.

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  • Keep in Touch Guide for Carers

    Keep in Touch Guide for Carers

    Sheffield Carers Centre new ‘Keep in Touch’ guide aims to help carers, and those they care for maintain social connections whilst also following physical distancing guidelines. The 12-page guide highlights the importance of having social interaction and lists some of the most popular ways people are now keeping in touch.

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  • Finding Romance Out of This World

    On May 29th, something exciting is happening in Sheffield. OUT OF THIS WORLD is an evening for single people aged 25-35, where you might meet new friends, find romance or even come first in a quiz! The evening is autism friendly, suitable for people with mild to moderate learning difficulties and designed to include disabled people and people with sensory issues.

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