Subject: Annual Review Summary and Infographic 2018-19
We have just published our Annual Review Summary for 2018-19 and a one page infographic. You can read them on our website at:
https://www.somersetccg.nhs.uk/publications/annual-report/ along with our full annual report.
If you would like hard copies of the Annual Review Summary for your organisation, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how many you would like along with your address and contact details.
Subject: Primary Care Networks launch in Somerset
Thirteen Primary Care Networks started working in Somerset on 01 July and each is led by a GP or a nurse. While patients won’t see any sudden changes, they will, over time, see a wider range of clinical services available in their local GP surgery along with a greater variety of health and care practitioners.
GP practices in Somerset have been working in collaborative networks for several years, with a particular focus on patients with multiple health conditions or who are physically frail. The 2019 national GP contract settlement formalises this, with GP practices forming themselves into Primary Care Networks which serve populations of between 30,000 and 50,000 patients.
Subject: Frome Community Hospital Summer Fair
Frome Community Hospital summer fair will take place on Saturday 13 July from 11am-3pm at Frome Community Hospital, Enos Way, Frome, BA11 2FH.
For more information contact Melissa or Stacey on email@example.com or call 01373 454740
Subject: Short Breaks publications now available
The following Short Breaks Publications are now available to view and download from the Somerset County Council website www.somerset.gov.uk/cwd.
- Summer Activity Calendar
- Summer Newsletter
- Activity Passes Flyer 2019-2020
Just click on the ‘Short Breaks’ tab.
Subject: Short breaks annual family fun day
Just a brief reminder that the short breaks annual family fun day is this Saturday. It’s a great day out for families who have a child / young person with a disability or additional need in Somerset.
Saturday 06 July 2019, 11am-3pm, Brookside Academy, Brooks Road, Street, BA16 0PR.
Free parking and free activities. If you need any further information please contact the Short Breaks Team on 01823 358117.
Subject: Little book of mental health re-published
The little book of mental health: a practical guide for everyday emotional wellbeing has been re-published by Public Health at Somerset County Council.
The digital version can be downloaded by clicking here.
Printed copies can be ordered via Louise Finnis, Health Promotion Manager – Mental Health, Public Health, County Hall firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Somerset Young Carers Groups Grant Award Opportunity
Information from Children’s Commissioning, Somerset County Council
We are pleased to announce a new grant opportunity available from August 2019 for the facilitation of Young Carers Groups throughout Somerset. Please feel free to consider/share with anyone you feel may be interested as appropriate.
We are interested in funding innovative organisations able to clearly demonstrate how they would;
- Support and improve the personal development of Young Carers by building their confidence, improving their wellbeing and/or reducing the anxiety or isolation they experience;
- Offer groups that build the resilience and independence skills of Young Carers in Somerset;
- Offer groups that provide opportunities for Young Carers to learn new skills and try new things;
- Provide safe, accessible and welcoming spaces for Young Carers to meet their specific needs;
- Ensure 4 sessions are offered per calendar month, made available from August 2019.
All decisions to award will be made by local area panels which will include Young Carers, with decisions being published week beginning 15 July 2019.
This funding is available initially for 1 year.
Any interested organisations interested in this opportunity will need to complete and return the application form (click to download) by 10.00am, Monday 08 July 2019.
If you have any questions about this, or if there is anything specific you need to discuss with someone about completing the application form please email ChildrensCommissioning@somerset.gov.uk in the first instance, and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Subject: Adult mental health first aider training
Adult mental health first aid is a course for everyone who works or lives with adults (16 upwards). You can learn how to support adult mental health, provide help in an emergency and guide them towards the appropriate support.
It is a two day course running on 24 and 25 July from 9am-5pm at Fairlands Middle School, Masons Way, Cheddar, Somerset BS27 3PG. The cost of this course is offered at an initial subsidised rate of £50 per delegate. This includes the course materials. Max 16 delegates.
Contact Jon Wood on 07497 119 643 or email@example.com
For further information visit https://mhfaengland.org/individuals/adult/2-day