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Staffordshire sets out future plans for residents with disabilities

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Proposals that will shape the way services are provided to people with physical or learning disabilities have been agreed at a key council meeting. Staffordshire County Council’s cabinet have today agreed to take forward the new Whole Life Disability Strategy for 2018-2023. The strategy sets out how the County Council plans to meet the needs of people with disabilities, and ...

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New support service for veterans launches

A new drop-in centre to support ex-service men and women or their families has been set up at Stafford Library. Ex-service men and women or their families will now be able to get emotional, financial and practical support at the library on Fridays between 10am and 2pm. The drop-in sessions are being offered through local Armed Forces charity SSAFA (Soldiers, ...

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Disability Strategy to be Discussed at Cabinet

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Proposals that will shape the way services are provided to people with physical or learning disabilities are to be discussed at a key council meeting. Staffordshire County Council’s cabinet will be discussing the Whole Life Disability Strategy at their cabinet meeting on June 21. The strategy sets out how the county council plans to meet the needs of people with ...

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Still time for people to shape disability services in Staffordshire

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There’s less than a week left for local people to give their views on proposals that will shape the way services are provided to people with physical or learning disabilities. Staffordshire County Council has been asking people for their views on how it can support people with physical or learning disabilities, autism, or sensory impairments, to lead independent and fulfilling ...

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Grave Talk masterclass for Dying Matters

A free online masterclass on how to talk about death and dying is being held as part of Dying Matters Awareness Week. Local expert David Primrose, Director for Transforming Communities at the Diocese of Lichfield, will be giving the talk to give advice to people who want to start running community discussions or online support groups around death and dying. ...

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£208K Funding boost to improve air quality in Staffordshire

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People living in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent are set to benefit from a new project to improve air quality in the area. Staffordshire County Council and Stoke-on-Trent City Council will share £208k funding as part of Government plans to tackle air pollution Local campaigns to highlight the benefits of clean air, tackling anti-idling in vehicles and encouraging people to consider greener ...

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Still time to nominate for Staffordshire Dignity in Care Awards

With just one month to go, people are being reminded there is still time to nominate work colleagues, carers, friends and family members for a special award. Staffordshire County Council’s Dignity in Care Awards, now in their sixth year recognises care services and individuals who Ensure people in care are treated with dignity and respect. Alan White, Deputy Leader at ...

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A New Healthy Lifestyle Service for Staffordshire

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Residents most at risk of developing poor health in later life are to be targeted with focused health and lifestyle support as part of a new service launched in Staffordshire from April 1. The new Healthy Communities Service will  be open to residents aged 50 and over who live in 52 areas of Staffordshire identified as where people are likely ...

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Campaign urges people to speak openly and honestly about death and dying

People in Staffordshire are being encouraged to speak openly and honestly about death and dying, in an effort to break the stigma and ensure their final wishes are known. A new campaign by the Staffordshire Health and Wellbeing Board, ‘Dying Matters, Staffordshire’ aims to help people drop the euphemisms about death, and instead talk openly about what they want to ...

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Stay well and look after your neighbours during cold weather

People in Staffordshire are being encouraged to take a few simple steps to help keep well during cold weather, with freezing and snow set to continue over the next few days. The county council is also urging people to check on older family, friends and neighbours to make sure they are safe and well, particularly if they have any health ...

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