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St Joseph's Hospice is launching a 12-week Philosophical Approaches to Improve your Wellbeing Programme

St Joseph’s Hospice is pleased to announce an exciting 12-week programme exploring philosophical approaches that can improve your wellbeing. 

 

If you experience a life-limiting illness such as cancer, COPD, heart disease, and want to learn healthier ways to improve your wellbeing, then this course will be perfect for you! 

 

This unique course will explore ways of dealing with emotions such as anger and frustration associated with life struggles and your illness as well as exploring ways to find meaning, happiness and fulfilment in life. 

 

The course starts on Thursday 7th September 2017 from 11.00am – 1.00pm in the Garden Room, at St Joseph’s Hospice.

The course will run for 12 weeks, every Thursday and lunch will be provided

 

Please note that the course is for Hackney residents who are living with a life-limiting illness. 

 

Places are limited so please ensure that you encourage anyone interested to book a place as soon as possible.

 

Philosophical_Approaches_to_Improve_your_Wellbeing_Programme_Poster.pdf


Have your say to shape Hackney pharmacy services

Local people can shape the future of pharmacy services across Hackney by taking part in a survey that will help inform the pharmaceutical needs assessment (PNA).

The PNA will look at current and future need for Hackney pharmaceutical services, how many community pharmacies exist and how accessible they are.

Complete the survey here until 1 September 2017.
It will also be available in GP surgeries, pharmacies and libraries.

If anyone needs the survey in another format or language, contact Alexander.Miller@Hackney.gov.uk or 020 8356 8131.


CHSAB Safeguarding Log Sheet

Communication and Engagement

Across the VCS safeguarding leads, project leads and frontline staff play an important role in safeguarding adults at risk of abuse and neglect and children and young people. The sector supports adults at risk of abuse and neglect to understand their rights and get the support they need in a range of circumstances. As part of our commitment to safeguard service users it is important to monitor the safeguarding trends in our teams as an organisation.

Key areas; financial abuse, domestic abuse, FGM and substance misuse, transition to adulthood or retirement and support with mental health / wellbeing needs.

Colleagues use this template to keep track of the safeguarding concerns emerging in your work. The information will help you to understand key issues for all tiers of the organisation.  The information will be collected on the first of each month. A summary can be exported and shared with the relevant safeguarding board partners to improve practice and relationships. Kindly return to Kristine@hcvs.org.uk

safeguarding_Log_sheet.doc


HMRC Press release - Children remaining in full time non-advance education and approved training

As exam results are released in Scotland today, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding parents who receive Child Benefit and Child Tax Credits to inform them of their child’s educational status ahead of 31 August, otherwise payments will stop.

Parents can use the Personal Tax Account (PTA) service to update both their Child Benefit and Child Tax Credit information online in a matter of minutes; it’s quick and easy, and more than 12 million customers have registered for the PTA so far.

Parents must let HMRC know if their children are aged 16+ and continuing in full-time education or are undertaking an apprenticeship. Alternatively, if a young person leaves education or training - for example to start full-time work or because their course has ended, claimants must report this change straight away to prevent the build-up of overpayments, which they will have to pay back.

Click here to read more - http://www.mynewsdesk.com/uk/hm-revenue-customs-hmrc/pressreleases/hmrc-reminds-parents-to-update-their-childrens-details-as-exam-results-revealed-2098988


2018 GSK IMPACT awards - Deadline 22nd September 2017

Source By: The Kings Fund

GSK's IMPACT Awards reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people's health. Organisations must be at least three years old, working in a health-related field in the UK, with income between £80,000 and £2.5 million. Up to 20 awards will be made ranging from £3,000 to £40,000 plus free training valued at up to £6,000. Organisations will also have a film made, receive help with press and publicity and be given a set of promotional materials.

Deadline 22nd September 2017

For more information click here


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