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Vale Health Social Care & Wellbeing ebulletin 15.7.2021

Vale of Glamorgan News
Did you know your organisation can feature for free on GVS’ Bro Radio Show? Explore a different but effective form of advertising to help create awareness of your organisation and let local people know about your latest news and events. Read More
Voluntary Sector News
The GVS Annual General Meeting will be held at CF61 and/or via Zoom (depending on Welsh Government guidance at the time) on Wednesday, 3rd November 2021 at 10.00am. Read More
The deadline for applications is midday on the 30th September 2021. Read More
Home Instead Charities is the new name of our charity, new name, new look, but the same heart… we aim to BRING JOY to the lives of ageing adults all over the UK. Read More
Welcome to this first Carers Wales Bulletin. We have created this bulletin to give a brief snapshot of our work. We will be sending these bulletins on a regular basis and I welcome your feedback on the contents. Read More
See the latest version of The Stroke Association Community Steps Directory and their Photography Competition. Read More
Please see attached the briefing for FAW 2021. Care & Repair Cymru has a single Falls Risk leaflet, A4, back to back English/Welsh, which is not time sensitive and can be used beyond the FAW date, which has been developed using Public Health Wales principles. Read More
The latest version of Wales Council of the Blind E-Bulletin is now available. Read More
The Arts for Health and Wellbeing team, part of Cardiff & Vale Health Charity, are looking to commission artists to create artwork. Read More
Cardiff & Vale University Health Board 
Thank you to everyone who took the opportunity to participate in the Health Board’s Shaping Our Future Clinical Services public engagement which ran for 7 weeks in March/April 2021. We are grateful for the constructive conversations and rich feedback that were facilitated through the programme. Read More
A third of all older people aged over 65 will have a fall every year, and it can have a major impact on their lives both physically and emotionally. But falls are not an inevitable part of growing older and there are many ways to reduce risks. Read More
Achieving Innovation is a new resource developed by Life Sciences Hub Wales to inform and guide those working across industry, health and social care innovation. It summarises key research, provides critical insights and delivers fresh perspectives from cross-sector thought leaders.  Read More
Here at Cardiff and Vale UHB we are taking part in Plastic Free July, an annual global movement that is supported by communities all over the world, in the attempt to reduce plastic consumption. Read More
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB) is marking the one-year anniversary of the Protected Elective Surgical Unit (PESU) or “Green Zones”.  Read More
Health & Wellbeing 
The WEDINOS project has seen a substantial increase in non-prescribed ‘prescription’ medications being submitted to the drug testing service in Wales.  Read More
Welsh Government News 
Breast Test Wales, which usually screens 110,000 women each year is to receive £7.845m of Welsh Government funding to replace imaging equipment, the Minister for Health and Social Services Eluned Morgan has confirmed today (Friday 9th July). Read More
The Welsh Government scheme which supports people on low-pay with a £500 payment if they have to self-isolate is being extended until March 2022. Read More
Training & Events 
 
21/07/2021 | 14.00 – 15.30 Price: £10.00 Online session Read More
 
 
Save 25% on our July training courses by entering code 25LIVE at checkout. Courses taking place on 22nd and 23rd July. Learn how to help and advise people to Break the Cycle of Debt and Prevent Homelessness with a Toolkit to help people facing Possession Action. Read More
Vacancies
 
Initially working across Cardiff and Vale and surrounding areas, the project – staffed by a Peer Coordinator and Peer Support Lead – will develop a network of peers that will reach into the community of PWID and deliver core messages promoting hepatitis C testing and treatment.  Read More
 
 
Contract: Permanent & part time. 21 hours a week. (This could be 3 days or spread across Monday – Friday) Pay: £20,000 based on a full time equivalent 35 hour week. (Pro-rata pay for the contracted hours is £12,000) Read More
 
We are currently seeking an Information & Advice Officer, 35 hours per week, £22,000 pa. (NB – salary subject to pay review). Applications to be returned by 5:00pm Wednesday 28th July 2021 Read More
 
 
Three vacancies at Bawso – Floating Support Worker, Diogel Outreach Worker, Outreach Worker. Closing date for all vacancies is 23rd July 2021 Read More
 
Vacancy for Senior Regional Services Co-ordinator. Closing date 2nd August 2021 Read More

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