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Mental Health Forum Members Events

Inaugural Practice Development Conference - 30th November - Edenderry Hall, Seagoe Parish Centre - 9am-1pm
Demonstrating Impact on Nursing, Midwifery and AHP Practice for Sustainable Change and Quality Improvement. Keynote speaker: Lorna Peelo-Kilroe, HSE Lead for National Programme to Enable Cultures of Person-centredness. To book a place please email paula.mccluskey@southerntrust.hscni.net
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Northern Ireland Housing Executive Consultation

Community Involvement Strategy 2018-2023

 

NIHE are commencing a 12 week consultation process for the draft                          Community Involvement Strategy 2018-2023. 

 

There are three regional events scheduled.

  • 4th October - 10.30-12.30pm                                                                  10th Floor Conference Room - Belfast Area Office - Great Victoria Street, Belfast
  • 5th October - 10.30-12.30pm                                                                      Room 8, Twickenham House, 36 Mount Street, Ballymena
  • 9th October - - 10.30-12.30pm                                                                    2nd Floor Conference Room, Marlborough House, Craigavon

https://touch.nihe.gov.uk/iisengine/cmengine.dll/2/index/benefits/index/corporate/consultation.htm

SURVEY: 10,000 Voices Delirium Survey

 

Delirium is caused by a disturbance of brain function. It can be used to describe a state of sudden confusion and change in a person's behaviour and alertness. Have you or someone you know had an episode of Delirium in the past year? Make your voice heard and help plan future services by completing the Delirium Survey.

 

http://merlion.sensemaker-suite.com/Collector/collector.gsp?projectID=10KMOREVoicesExperience_of_delirium&language=en&language=en#Collector

Department for Communities Consultation

The Future of Housing Sales Schemes

 

This public consultation is the next stage of the Department for Communitie's work in response to the decision by the Office for National Statistics to reclassify Registered Housing Assoiciations to the public sector. This consultation seeks the views of interested parties on the future of the House Sales Scheme.

 

https://www.communities-ni.gov.uk/consultations/classification-registered-housing-associations-northern-ireland-consultation-two-future-house-sales

Daisy Hill Hospital - Implementing Pathfinder E-Zine
July 2018
DHH PFG Monthly Newsletter July 2018.pdf
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Alzheimer's Society - Dementia Friendly Communities

Northern Ireland Survey

 

 

The Alzheimer's Society is carrying out research to find out what living in a dementia friendly society means to you. They would like to hear the views of people living with dementia, affected by dementia, the general public, statuatory, community and voluntary groups. The survey is anonymous and should take 10 minutes to complete. Click link to access link.

http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/DFCsNorthernIreland/

 

Latest Peer Support Staff take post in Southern Trust

For the first time in the Southern Trust, a team of Mental Health Peer Support Workers will be based on an actute inpatient ward. Peer support workers are also active in the community teams and PICU.

 

 

10,000 Voices surveys are now available on our website, with their own page located HERE.

NEW FREEPHONE NUMBER

for advice on Welfare Service Changes

0808 802 0020

Mental Health Related Submissions are welcome from

Statutory, Community  and Voluntary services/organisations across

The Southern Health and Social Care Trust Area.

 

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