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  • Dementia Workshops Bury & Rochdale, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

    Living Well Partnership Academy
    Call for carer involvement in innovative new project Tell us your story 

    From health education courses to interactive online platforms, the Living Well Partnership Academy is a new project that aims to help people gain a greater understanding of health condition and most importantly, how best to manage them

    Why we need carers help?
    In order to get the content right the academy must be carer-led and so we need to draw upon your experiences to achieve success and really make a difference to the lives of carers.

    Dementia learning events
    We are hosting a series of events to meet with carers to hear about, and learn from, their experiences of caring as well as their contact with health and  care services. If you care for someone with Dementia, please book onto one of the following sessions. Travel, lunch and refreshments will be provided.

    Bury – Thursday 8th May 2104
    10.00am-3.30pm
    Bury Carers Centre
    Victoria Buildings
    9-13 Silver Street
    Bury BL9 0EU

    Rochdale – Friday 9th May 2014
    10.00am-3.30pm
    Carer’s Resource Centre
    35-37 Oldham Road
    Rochdale
    OL16 5QJ

    To book a place and for more information
    Contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)
    Call: 0161 716 3178
    Email: pals.penninecare@nhs.net

    Comments Off | Posted on April 22nd
  • HMR CCG Local Health Grants

    HMR CCG prides itself on finding innovative ways to improve the health and wellbeing of the borough.

    Over the last two years, we have given one-off grants totalling £2.5 million to local community and voluntary groups to fund more than 150 projects with a health benefit.

    To receive a grant through the Social Investment Fund, projects have to demonstrate health and community benefits to the Rochdale borough through:

    • Promoting and supporting a healthy lifestyle and independence
    • Supporting new mothers and families around breastfeeding
    • Supporting women around breast cancer screening
    • Supporting people with dementia including carers and families
    • Supporting people with learning disabilities including carers and families
    • Supporting people to manage their own health and wellbeing
    • Promoting mental wellbeing

    In 2012/13, £1 million was shared between 69 projects.

    In 2013/14, £1 million of grants was awarded for new projects and £500,000 was shared between those schemes from the previous year that were able to demonstrate meeting their targets. This will enable local projects and initiatives that have made a real impact on local health to continue or extend their work.

    Each year, the CCG governing body decides the level of funding and focus for the Social Investment Fund criteria.

    Visit HMR CCG’s website to find out more 

    No Comments | Posted on April 2nd

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