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Who’s Who in Health and Care Guide for the Sector

Regional Voices have updated their Who’s who guide to help organisations find information and contacts, within the new Health and Care structure. 

The Procedure for Raising a Question with a Norfolk County Council Committee

A person resident in Norfolk, or who is a non-domestic ratepayer in Norfolk, or who pays Council Tax in Norfolk may ask at an ordinary meeting of a Service Committee through the Chairman any question within the terms of reference of the Committee about a matter for which the council has a responsibility or particularly affects the County. 

Norfolk County Council's Children's Centre Briefing - Details of Vision and Providers available

At the beginning of 2016 contract extensions were signed with the current providers for a further 3 years, with an option to extend for an additional year. A refreshed service specification focusses on achieving outcomes for children and families, with an emphasis on working with partners from the statutory, voluntary and community sectors (the list of Children’s Centres and providers is attached in the full article).

Community Action Norfolk's Work to Reduce Fuel Poverty in Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk has been funded by British Gas Energy Trust’s Healthy Home Fund to support its work on fuel poverty in Norfolk.  

The Insurance Act 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 comes into effect in August 2016 and will relate to all insurance transactions.

Monthly Carer Drop-in Sessions (West Norfolk)

West Norfolk Carers offer monthly confidential support to carers at 20 GP surgeries in West Norfolk through their GP Liaison.

The National Rural Crime Network - Advice and Information

The National Rural Crime Network shares best practice, information and examples to help raise awareness of the impact and problems caused by Rural Crime. 

Mental Health Services Recommendations

The Mental Health Taskforce has recommended a £1billion investment in mental health services.

Helpline for Child Abuse Whistleblowing

Employees and volunteers from any sector that have concerns about how their organisation is dealing with cases of child abuse are able to report their concerns to a helpline serviced by the NSPCC.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia – Your Questions Answered

Alzheimer’s Research UK has published a free guide for those living with or caring for someone with dementia, and their friends and family.

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