Surveys on business skills in Cornwall and for families of armed forces personnel experiencing addiction
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have chosen 15 small charities to support during August – raising awareness of lesser-known issues.
Stakeholders are invited to comment on the outline Draft Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2020-2030
Volunteers needed – directors, drivers, women and people in Penzance – please share!
Find out how you can help people with dementia in your community – free training for staff and volunteers from the Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Friends initiative.
Find out more about Health and Wellbeing Boards’ successes, and the Better Care Fund, which is reopening.
Nominations are open for the Cornwall Adult Health and Social Care Learning Partnership (CAHSC) Care and Support Awards, to be presented in September.
Awareness-raising for breastfeeding, allotments, water poverty, youth, left-handers and humanitarian issues taking place during August.
Make sure the sector’s views are heard in the Government’s consultation on Preventable Ill Health.
Summer holiday safety and activity information – stay safe online, in the sun, and in the sea, and find out where you can have fun. Also, the Max Card, for families with a disabled child.
Find out more about the government’s proposals to reduce ill-health related job loss (including extending sick pay eligibility) and have your say in their consultation.
New proposals for fairer travel insurance for people with pre-existing medical conditions.
Mental Health has become a hot topic in the Tory leadership contest with Boris Johnson offering a solution to the increasing number of cases of mental ill health.
Ensuring that you get the right care from the NHS if you are ill or injured, and helping the medical staff to treat those who need more specialist care as soon as they can.
Funding announced for the Cornish language, plus opportunities for health charities, architectural heritage, music and the arts, people in Liskeard, cycling and against isolation.
Take part in the government’s consultation on adding folic acid to flour, to reduce the incidence of neural tube defects forming during pregnancy.
Support for the families of people with eating disorders is encouraged, to ensure that sufferers get the best possible support as they recover.
What are your thoughts on Cancer Research’s new campaign linking obesity to cancer? Many people are concerned that it’s unhelpful, and even untruthful, and should be withdrawn!
Find out the results of the CQC’s survey of inpatients, and their Declare your Care campaign, for July looking at the standards of care received by Black and Minority Ethnic communities.
If there’s a heatwave… useful advice for keeping cool, how to use sun cream most effectively, plus how to recognise heat exhaustion and what to do about it.