CQC Inspection of Tameside General Hospital
Patients and families who have used the hospitals services in the last 12 months can come to meet Care Quality Commission inspectors on Tuesday 19th July 2016
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has reviewed how well different health and care services work together to support the needs of older people in England
Voluntary Sector North West
St. Thomas Centre
26 June 2012
Nearly 1.5 million young people have been identified as not in employment, education or training (NEET). In the current economic climate, there is a danger that more young people will become long term unemployed and move further away from being work ready.
The funding is focussed on supporting young people aged 18-24 who have been out of work, education or training for over 12 months. Talent Match is being targetted to 21 areas in England and the areas in the North West are Greater Manchester and the Liverpool City Region.
The Big Lottery Fund are looking for organisations to work in partnership to develop locally owned solutions that bring about the following outcomes:
The North West Leaders Board, which comprises of local authority leaders from the region along with other representatives including VSNW Chief Executive Warren Escadale, have issued a report on the implications of leaving the EU for the North West
The Department of Health (DoH) are planning to produce a new carers strategy and have announced a call for evidence. The deadline for this has been extended to 31st July 2016
The final report of the VCSE Review, Joint review of partnerships and investment in voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in the health and care sector, has been launched
The CQC inspection of Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust takes place on 7th June 2016. Patients who have used their services in the last 12 months (and their families) are encouraged to give feedback on their experiences