As the local County Voluntary Council a big part of our role in county is to make connections, connections within the third sector and connections between the third and the statutory sector and the third and the private sectors. We have a number of projects and members of staff to help us to make those connections:
Engagement and Collaboration Manager.
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The proposed 2019 to 2022 delivery plan is the final plan which will support the strategy.
We are consulting on priority areas which will include:
- improving access to mental health support for children and young people
- further improvements to crisis and out-of-hours provision
- improving the access and range of psychological therapies
- supporting vulnerable groups
- Have you or a family member been diagnosed with sight loss?
- Would you like to share experiences with other people in similar situations?
- Are you interested in finding out about services available to you?
Our free, informal, community-based courses and phone groups provide information, advice, support and practical solutions for people adjusting to sight loss and those close to them.
We aim to help you adjust to your sight condition, increase your independence and boost your confidence. You’ll get the chance to meet and share experiences with others in similar situations.
- Welfare rights
- Getting out and about
- Tips and gadgets for everyday living
- Assistive technology – computers, tablets, phones
- Eye health
- Leisure, hobbies and interests
Plus, you’ll hear about a range of organisations and local groups about services out there to help you.
It’s taking place on Monday 21 & 28 October 2019, 10.30am to 3.30pm at Teifi Leisure Centre, Ceredigion College, Park Place, Cardigan SA43 1HG.
You are welcome to bring along a family member or friend with you.
Book your free place today!
- Call us on 0300 123 3933
- Email us at email@example.com
- Visit our website rnib.org.uk/livingwithsightloss
July is fast approaching and once again Screening Division, Public Health Wales will be running its annual Screening for Life campaign. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the NHS screening programmes in Wales. This year’s focus is to raise awareness of screening for people invited to take part for the first time.
You can support the campaign by setting up screening events or carrying out screening activities in your community. We have developed a practical Screening for life resource pack to give you ideas and resources to raise awareness of screening.
We also have a social media campaign on Facebook/Screening for Life and Twitter @PublicHealthW. Show your support by following the links, liking our page and sharing our posts.
For further information and support contact your local Screening Engagement Team
We welcome phone calls in Welsh
Joanne Mizen: 01792 453143 firstname.lastname@example.org
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