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2017 Child Health Profiles

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Public Health England has published the 2017 Child Health Profiles. They draw together information to present a picture of child health and wellbeing in each local area in a user-friendly format. They are a valuable tool understanding local needs.

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We need your views on local care and support services for adults in Hackney!

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As part of Hackney’s Making it Real programme we need people to work with us to improve adult services

There will be three working groups looking at:

  • Personal budgets, direct payments and self-funding: My Money
  • Flexible integrated care and support: My support, My way
  • Information and Advice: Having the information I need when I need it

We are looking for people with experience of:

  • Using social care services, or
  • Caring for a an adult who uses social care services

If you would like to be involved or would like more information on the working groups please contact us by:

Email: or

Telephone: Jo Blackwood on 0208 356 4959

New opportunity at SMSG for older people with learning disabilities & older people generally

The Bright Ideas Fund

The Bright Ideas Fund


Round two of the Community Business Bright Ideas Fund is open. The Bright Ideas Fund aims to give community groups  the support and tools needed to set up a community business. The £1.85 million, two-year programme is already helping groups with tailored community business development support and early stage finance of up to £20,000.

Round two applications will be accepted until the 31 May from organisations in England only. There will be additional funding rounds in September 2017 and February 2018.


Online course for transforming learning disability services

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Online course for transforming learning disability services

A massive open online course (MOOC) run by NHS England has commenced for anyone working to transform care and support for people living with a learning disability, autism or both.

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