Adult Social Care Information and Engagement Team - November 2018 Briefing

06 Nov, 2018

The Adult Social Care Information and Engagement Team have released their November 2018 issue of the Briefing for user/carer groups and health networks.

The briefing contains information on:

  • Consultations on council services launched
  • Surrey Disability Network - New Twitter account
  • Winter health campaign continues
  • Views sought by Sutton, Surrey Downs and Merton Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • Modern Slavery - The Clewer Initiative
  • Walk and Live Confidently (WALC)
  • Sports activities for disabled people
  • Upcoming Urgent Care workshops for North West Surrey residents
  • Community Mental Health and Learning Disability Services Relocation for North West Surrey
  • New social care and support guide published on NHS website
  • Get Safe Online - Be aware of what you share
  • North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group Community Forum
  • Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) Communities Carer Engagement Event
  • I Am Able Festival
  • Current open Surrey County Council consultations

All of which can be accessed here

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