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  • TEC : You Said, We Did, What do you Think?

    TEC  : You Said, We Did, What do you Think?

    Sheffield City Council is holding workshops at various times and for different target groups on September 12th (MS teams) and 13th (face to face) to capture your thoughts on developing their new Technology Enabled Care (TEC) Service Delivery Model. The workshops will feature key information captured from the Focus Groups and share an early design of the new service.

  • UN CRDP Consultation Events

    UN CRDP Consultation Events

    The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People is a major global catalyst for the progression of disabled people’s rights.Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations play a key role in the examination process, submitting “shadow” reports to the UN Committee responsible for the CRDP. Participants in our workshops in November will help shape the shadow report as DDPOs prepare for the next examination of the UK under the CRDP.

  • Health and Social Care Strategy Consultation

    Health and Social Care Strategy Consultation

    Sheffield City Council is inviting feedback on their new draft Adult Health and Social Care Strategy, called ‘Living the life you want to live’.Alexis Chappell, Director of Adult Health and Social Care will be sharing more detail on the strategy in a Q&A session on 28 September and you are invited to workshops on 7 & 20 October.

  • Online Workshops : Help Shape the Future of Sheffield Health and Social Care

    Online Workshops : Help Shape the Future of Sheffield Health and Social Care

    Two on-line workshops delivered via Zoom have been announced for service users and carers, during which SHSC want to explore how you would like to see them working together more closely with service users and carers/young carers. The feedback from the workshops will help guide SHSC to better co-produce the Trust’s strategies as well as improving the services and care they offer. The workshops will be running online on Thursday 9 July 10am–12 pm and Friday 10 July 2 pm–4 pm if you’d like to take part.

  • These Job Opportunities Are Just Different

    The Yorkshire and Humber office of the charity Just Different, set up to provide meaningful paid employment opportunities for disabled adults, is searching for workshop presenters on a self-employed basis. This will involve going to schools, businesses and community groups and talking about difference in a way that encourages acceptance, tolerance and understanding.

  • Set Phasers To Stun-ning

    Sheffield Hallam University students are running a series of workshops to make sci-fi themed costumes through March at Highfield Trinity Church on London Road.

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