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Umatter allows the user to carry out their own assessment. In the comfront of their own home.
Workers who undertake your assessment have been trained to ask questions sympathetically. They will understand that some areas which need to be discussed may cover delicate issues, a… Read more about Umatter
New Active 10 Health Message From Public Health (05/06/2018)
Walking briskly gets your heart pumping faster and clears your head, as well as reducing your risk of heart disease and some cancers.
So, take the first step and download the free Active 10 app today.
Stronger Communities Middlesbrough (05/06/2018)
Our aim is to create fairer, safer and stronger communities. As part of this we’d like to invite you to share your thoughts and experiences of living in your local community. We want to hear from you about how we can best support all our communitie… Read more about Stronger Communities Middlesbrough
Community Fun Day (29/05/2018)
Come along and celebrate the NHS 70th birthday with us, at this free event!
On Thursday 5th July 2018, 2pm to 5pm
North Ormesby Market Square
The theme for the day is Look after yourself, look after NHS. We have lots on offer including:
- Health Checks
- Read more about Community Fun Day
The bullet Point List below are posters for the mental health foundation:-
Disability Matters Newsletter 102 (18/05/2018)
Volunteering Fire Support Net. (11/05/2018)
Volunteering provides individuals with a range of additional skills and qualications, CFSN volunteers are trained to deliver Heart Start (rst aid courses) to the community, PAT test electrical equipment (portable appliance testing) plus much more.… Read more about Volunteering Fire Support Net.
Middlesbrough Council's Social Care contact centre, Emergency Duty Team phone has changed to 01642 524 552.Read more about Social Care Emergency contact telephone has changed number.
Ageing Better Middlesbrough (13/04/2018)
Disrespect NoBody Campaign (12/04/2018)
The third phase of the Home Office Disrespect Nobody campaign will run from today, 29 March, to the beginning of May 2018.
The aim of the campaign is to prevent young people, both boys and girls aged 12 to 18 years old, from becoming perpetrators and victims of abusive relationships.… Read more about Disrespect NoBody Campaign