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  • Sheffield Voices Health Consultations Report

    Sheffield Voices Health Consultations Report

    Sheffield Voices was commissioned by the Clinical Commissioning Group to run a series of events in May to find out what people with learning disabilities and autistic people feel about health services in Sheffield. They connected with around 100 people who were able to give their views in this Easy Read report.

  • A Conversation about What Matters To You

    A Conversation about What Matters To You

    Sheffield Health and Care Partnership is encouraging as many people as possible across the city to have a “what matters to you” conversation with someone on Thursday 9th June as part of an International Person Centred Campaign.The campaign organisers claim that having better, more meaningful conversations with others about what matters to them, helps people feel more confident, more motivated and more likely to achieve their ambitions.

  • Key Issues Accessing Health and Care

    Key Issues Accessing Health and Care

    Each month Healthwatch Sheffield collates the key issues they’ve heard from members of the public, voluntary sector colleagues and stories shared on Care Opinion about health and social care services in the city. See what April’s key issues are.

  • Putting Active Disabled People In The Picture

    Putting Active Disabled People In The Picture

    Disability Rights UK has teamed up with the Centre For Ageing Better to launch ‘Picture Yourself Active’, a new, publicly accessible image library of over 300 photos depicting older and disabled people getting active to challenge pervasive negative stereotypes. The images include some from Disability Sheffield’s Sheffield Cycling 4 All project at Hillsborough Park.

  • Free Health Training

    Free Health Training

    Free health training for people with a Learning Disability or Autism and their families and parents is available online during March using Zoom. It is about understanding the 4 Major Health Issues – epilepsy, dysphagia, sepsis and constipation.

  • Helping You To Get Doc Ready

    Helping You To Get Doc Ready

    To support you to have a better conversation with a doctor about your health and wellbeing the NHS has produced this new ‘infographic’ so that you can be ready to talk about your health giving you pointers for before, during and at the end of your appointment. You can also get Doc Ready for a conversation about your mental health.

  • Tips For Maintaining Better Health

    Tips For Maintaining Better Health

    Put on a few pounds during lockdown? Now that things are starting to get back to normal following the coronavirus crisis, you may be thinking of ways to stay as healthy as possible. Well Sheffield City Council would like to help you do this and has launched the Better Health Sheffield website with videos, lists of tips and contact details for people and groups who can help you.

  • Chilypep Children’s Wellbeing Practitioners

    Chilypep Children’s Wellbeing Practitioners

    Some staff at Chilypep , a youth empowerment charity based in Sheffield ,are training to be CWPs and are now open to referrals for children and young people in Sheffield and Barnsley who may be experiencing low level anxiety or low mood.Chilypep have produced an information Letter for Children and Young People explaining the offer of 6-10 sessions of low intensity CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy).

  • Racial Equality Hearing Dates

    Racial Equality  Hearing Dates

    The Race Equality Commission was set up in 2020 to provide a non-partisan strategic assessment of the nature, extent, causes and impacts of racism and race inequality in the City .The Commission’s programme of hearings starts again this month with events live streamed and available online for all to watch for free including the Health Hearing Day on 13 May.

  • Hope for the Future

    Hope for the Future

    The College of Medicine was founded in 2010 to reform healthcare so that it works for everyone in a way that’s inclusive, progressive and compassionate. The College wants to redefine medicine beyond pills and procedures, to reconnect practitioners with patients, people with their environment and use both conventional and non-conventional approaches to health. Their new manifesto, Hope for the Future, is their vision for better healthcare in the next decade.

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A fantastic presentation thought provoking and good questions from the floor around promoting this film/message to the general public not just professionals.
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