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Author: Lily Williams

Free Social Care Training

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27th November 2023

Just a reminder to micro-providers out there that the Devon Grey Matter Learning platform is still available for anyone working in social care in Devon. Please note though – there is a new statement on the website explaining that this is funded until the end of March 2024. At present it is not clear whether … Read more

Event: Carers Rights Day 2023

22nd November 2023

Joseph Young (Community Enterprise Catalyst for North Suffolk) will have a stall at Carers Rights Day 2023 this Thursday 23rd November, from 10:00 – 15:00, at East Point Pavilion, Royal Plain, Lowestoft. He will be talking to carers who might be interested in using their skills to start an enterprise, and who might be looking … Read more

Safeguarding Awareness

Central Bedfordshire News circle

20th November 2023

Community Voluntary Service Bedfordshire are running an online safeguarding awareness session on Monday 11th December, from 11:30 – 14:00. It will enable those working or volunteering in small voluntary organisations and community groups to understand what is meant by safeguarding, and what to do if you suspect there is an issue. Please email to … Read more

Event: Living with Dementia (Dementia Friendly Wallingford)

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20th November 2023

Wallingford is now Dementia Friendly, and will be hosting an event on Tuesday 28th November, from 11:00 – 15:00, at St Mary’s Church to bring everyone together and share what this means. In addition it will be a good source of information, and there will be advice from local organisations (service providers, specialist nurses etc) … Read more

New Employability Support Collaboration

16th November 2023

A new collaboration forged by All Age Autism Support Service (AAA Support Service) will see Birmingham Community Leisure Trust working with four All Age Autism Grants Holders offering employment training and support services across Birmingham and Solihull. You can click here to access these support services. United Support Group has started delivering Drop-In Employment Advice … Read more

Canva Get Together

16th November 2023

Community Matters Yorkshire are running a free online Canva Get Together on Tuesday 30th November, from 11:30 – 12:30, for those interested in using Canva for visual design. The Get Together has no agenda and will be governed entirely by what you would like to know, but will likely include tips for creating graphics, animations, … Read more

Community Catalysts attend Dementia Gwynedd’s November Super Group Meeting

Circle reading 'Gwynedd News' and 'Newyddion Sir Gwynedd'.

16th November 2023

Dementia Gwynedd (working with Dementia Actif Gwynedd) have set up a Super Group, co-ordinated by Emma Quaeck and her dedicated team. This is a gathering of people and a forum for discussions around Dementia. The Super Group includes people living with Dementia, their family members, professionals from Cyngor Gwynedd, BCUHB, and third sector and private … Read more

Dementia Awareness Training

14th November 2023

This great free dementia awareness training from The End of Life Partnership is suitable for either unpaid carers (family/friend), or professionals who are wanting to attend in a personal capacity, or in order to better support family carers. It is fully funded for West Cheshire employees, and will be delivered via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday … Read more

Online Course: Writing a Successful Funding Application

9th November 2023

The School for Social Entrepreneurs are running a short course on ‘Writing a Successful Funding Application’ – aimed at beginners and people who may not have written a funding application before, or maybe just want a refresher! They will helpfully be using the National Lottery Community Fund’s Awards For All online application form as an … Read more

Video: Natalie’s Story

9th November 2023

Community Catalysts have made a video with Natalie Bevan, from Mrs B’s Care and Support Services in Rhondda Cynon Taf, to promote her enterprise and the RCT project.  Read more

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