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New services to help ensure no lonely day in Norfolk

People affected by loneliness and social isolation in Norfolk can now turn to a comprehensive range of new services for help and support.

1st draft of Norfolk and Waveney adult mental health strategy

We are pleased to let you know that the first draft of our strategy for adult mental health has just been published.

Funding: Wolfson Foundation Mental Health Initiative - Deadline: 11th Jan

Proposals are invited for innovative research projects that advance the understanding and treatment of mental health.  Research should focus on areas broadly defined as anxiety and depression.

Update from the Sustainable Transformation Partnership (STP)` Oversight Group

An update from the STP (Sustainable Transformation Partnership) Oversight Group has been published, including the following:

  • Preparations for winter pressures.
  • 'Flu vaccinations.
  • Review of mental health services for adults.
  • Improving the sustainability of our hospital services. 

Autism Services in Norfolk

Healthwatch Norfolk has published a report into Autism services in Norfolk.

Consultation: Maternity mental health survey

Healthwatch England are looking at mental health at all stages of life and are starting with a survey about mental health in maternity.  

Resource: Advance Care Planning for people with dementia

My future wishes: Advance Care Planning (ACP) for people with dementia in all care settings is an NHS guide for those working with people living with dementia.

Resource: People Growing Older with Learning Disabilities Guidance

NICE have published guidelines on how to provide care and support the needs of people growing older with learning disabilities, and their families and carers. 

10 October is World Mental Health Day

This year's theme, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is young people and mental health in a changing world.

Resource: Help for people with learning difficulties (North Norfolk)

Residents in North Norfolk who find “red” council tax letters threatening, and are, as a result, likely to ignore them, can contact the District Council to be added to a list to be called ahead of time to let them know that they will soon be receiving a letter.

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