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Community Equipment Amnesty (06/10/2016)
Do you have NHS equipment at home that you no longer need? Then Liverpool Community Health's Community Equipment Service wants to hear from you!
Non-return of NHS-loaned equipment costs the local NHS about £500,000 each year – money that could be re-invested to support other patient… Read more about Community Equipment Amnesty
Stopping suicide is everyone’s business (05/09/2016)
Join us on 10 September and reach out to people who may be struggling to cope. Connecting with others and letting people know that #ITSOKAYTOTALK is our key message for this year's World Suicide Prevention Day.
What is World Suicide Prevention Day?
Deafblind Awareness Week - 27th June - 3rd July 2016 (29/06/2016)
Deafblind Awareness week is 27th June – 3rd July 2016.
Sight and hearing loss can happen to anyone gradually over a period of time and many people don’t notice it until it starts to impact their ability to do normal everyday tasks.
If you’ve noticed this has happened to you … Read more about Deafblind Awareness Week - 27th June - 3rd July 2016
Trans Health Merseyside Survey (22/06/2016)
Trans Health Merseyside is consulting with transgender and gender non - conforming people in Merseyside on issues of wellbeing, employability and hate crime support.
Feedback from this survey will help inform and develop the services Trans Health Merseyside delivers throughout it… Read more about Trans Health Merseyside Survey
Carers Week Event - 9th June 2016 (11/05/2016)
Come along to the Carers Event at Williamson Square on Thursday 9th June between 12pm - 6pm.
The event takes place during Carers Week and will be a range of organisations and services offering:
Calling All Family Carers! Have Your Say in the Refresh of Liverpool's Supporting Carers Strategy (12/04/2016)
Are you a family carer?
Would you like to be part of this exciting opportunity to meet with representatives of Liverpool City Council and NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group to tell them your views and experiences of:
Stay Well This Winter (09/02/2016)
The Stay Well This Winter campaign has been developed to help the public, and in particular those with long-term conditions and those over 65 prepare for winter and ward off common winter illnesses so they do not require a visit to the hospital.
Winter can be challenging on the h… Read more about Stay Well This Winter
Welcome New Students! (18/09/2015)
This month Liverpool welcomes thousands of new students to the City.
To give them a warm welcome and help them settle in, all the Universities in Liverpool are holding Freshers Fairs throughout September. This gives new students the opportunity to take advantage of plenty of free… Read more about Welcome New Students!
The Care Act – What changed in April 2015? (13/05/2015)
On 1 April 2015 parts of the new Care Act became law, marking one of the most significant reforms of social care for over 60 years.
To be phased in this year and in April 2016, the changes will make care and support more consistent across England, help millions of unpaid carers and … Read more about The Care Act – What changed in April 2015?
Mental Health Taskforce want your views (08/05/2015)
In March 2015, NHS England announced a new Mental Health Taskforce which will develop a five year national strategy for mental health, covering all ages. The strategy will align to the Five Year Forward View and will be informed by a wide range of lived experience and professional experti… Read more about Mental Health Taskforce want your views