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From 2016 to 2018 we worked in partnership with The Hive Avon, a charity which supports people with learning disabilities and autism, on our

March 31 sees end Bristol Ageing Better and First Contact projects The Care Forum specialises in improving the Health and wellbeing of people across

This leadership programme is aimed at new and aspiring leaders in primary, community and social care. The programme has four modules: Module 1: Leadership and Management Essentials Masterclass. Tuesday 10th

The training hub is a multi-organisational, multi-professional, cross-sector network, comprised of education and service providers from primary, community, and social care. It’s funded by Health Education England to

The Council is considering making potential changes to the charges paid by people newly accessing the care system, who fully fund their own social care

Free Support to learn how to be digitally safe as a provider. Below are the links from the poster. To read more about the

South Gloucestershire Council is responsible for a range of services which your local area receives such as refuse collection and disposal, street cleaning, planning,

A Healthwatch report on dementia finds that less than half of people with dementia in receipt of social care services received a planned review

Health and care is changing rapidly at the moment… and The Care Forum is inviting you to our AGM/Annual Conference to hear the lowdown

Enter and View is a statutory power granted to every Healthwatch which allows authorised representatives to observe how services are being delivered, to collect

Read the latest news from Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group Lots of news, consultations, campaigns and updates.