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Domestic Violence: 3-hour Awareness sessions.

A 3-hour awareness raising session for Adult Social Care Staff to enable them to explore the nature, scope, impact and intentions behind abusive behaviour in intimate partner and family relationships, for a diverse population.

For further details:

http://urban-echo.co.uk/domestic-violence-you-are-not-alone/

e: TrainingHSC@hackneygov.uk.

Open to staff from Hackney ASC and all members of the City & Hackney Safeguarding Adults Board including Agency staff.


Aviva Community Fund

https://www.aviva.co.uk/good-thinking/community-fund/?source=ACFNEWS4&entry=143602&cmp=sml-acf--image-180817--acfnews4-143602-hero

The Aviva Community Fund opens on 12th September. It offers you the chance to get funding for an important cause in your community, and it’s open to everyone. There are 4 project categories, with funding ranging for £1,000-£25,000. We want you to enter a project for your community and tell us what a difference these much-needed funds could make. Get enough votes from friends, family and supporters in your community and your project could be entered into the Finals, where a judging panel will award the funds.


Deprivation of Liberty half day training - new dates available to providers

Aims and Objectives of course:

 This course will cover:

 ·         The six quality requirements for deprivation of liberty

·         How the deprivation of liberty safeguards relate to human rights

·         The two requirements or ‘acid text’ for deprivation of liberty

·         How applications are made for a deprivation of liberty

·         Recognising the difference between restriction and deprivation of liberty

·         Recognising where there is a risk of deprivation of liberty

info and booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/improving-londoners-health-tickets-37806927538


Improving Londoners Health

Improving Londoners' Health - a Health Network meeting, 18 October 2017

The London Plan states that the voluntary and community sector has an essential role in tackling health inequalities at the local level, particularly in promoting and supporting community involvement’.

The Mayor has launched a consultation on his health inequalities strategy which will provide an opportunity for the voluntary sector to outline their role in working collaboratively with the GLA to tackle inequalities in health. The new strategy aims to address inequalities and improve the health of health of Londoners in childhood, mental health, where they live, healthy communities and developing healthy habits.

We know what black and minority ethnic communities have poor health experiences and health outcomes. Our Health Network will:
· provide an opportunity to have a debate about ethnic health inequalities;
· find out about specific work to address these inequalities.
· Provide the opportunity to examine and offer feedback on the Mayor's strategy, particularly in relation to black and minority ethnic communities.
This event is for voluntary and community sector organisations working with children and families, particularly those working with black and minority ethnic communities.

To register for the event, go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/improving-londoners-health-tickets-37806927538


Tackling the divide between health and social care

The National Pensioners Education and Welfare Centre is proud to announce that PROFESSOR DAME JUNE CLARK will give the annual Jack Jones Lecture

Wednesday 4 October

6pm refreshments for 6.15 pm start

The Cowdray Hall, Royal College of Nursing Headquarters,

20 Cavendish Square, W1G 0RN

 

Free tickets can be obtained from https://jackjones-lecture2017.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 

Professor Dame June Clark was a member of the Royal Commission on Long Term Care, which reported in 1999, and she has remained a passionate advocate for its recommendation that all care (personal and nursing) needed by older people (based on proper assessment) should be funded from general taxation and free at the point of use.

 

June (as she likes to be known) trained as a nurse and then as a health visitor  in the 1960s. She worked in the NHS for 25 years before developing a Department of Nursing at Middlesex University from 1990 and returning home to Wales in 1997 when she became Swansea University’s first professor of nursing.

 

Throughout her career June has been heavily involved with the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) including as President 1990-1994. She acted as consultant to the World Health Organisation and the International Council of nursing.

The National Pensioners Convention is proud to have June as a delegate representing RCN retired members on its leading committees.


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