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  • Free Money Management Training
    21 November 2017


    Advice NI are offering a Free 1 day course on Money Management to individuals & groups throughout Northern Ireland and two of these sessions are running in Ballybot House on 11th December 2017 and 17th January 2018. This training is funded by the Department for Communities and is designed to equip community groups with the tools, resources and awareness to support users to manage their money and access the support services they require. Please see attached for further information...

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    Nov
    2017
    Universal Credit Information Sessions
    Universal Credit will be the biggest change to the Welfare system in 20 years, affecting many Welfare Claimants in Northern Ireland. Citizens advice are providing free awareness training in Newry and Downpatrick - see details attached   ...

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  • 19

    Nov
    2017
    Alzheimers TRIC 4 Week Free Workshops
    Alzheimers are providing a 4 weeks free training workshop for informal caregivers...

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  • 31

    Oct
    2017
    Brain Injury Foundation - Aviva Award
    The Brain Injury Foundation has been included in the list of charities being considered for the Aviva Awards scheme and need as many votes as possible to help secure grant aid of £10,000. It only takes a few minutes to vote. Log on to Avivacommunityfund.co.uk and follow the steps. Please also encourage as many of your contacts as possible to vote for them.  For further details contact Frank Dolaghan Chair The Brain Injury Foundation Our House 23 Newry Road Camlo...

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  • 30

    Oct
    2017
    Confederation Of Community Groups' AGM 2017
    The Confederation of Community Groups held thier 44th AGM on Thursday 26th October 2017 and launced their 2016/17 Annual Report. Please find the Annual Report, Board photograph and Press Release attached.   ...

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  • 24

    Oct
    2017
    Volunteering opportunity - Mental Health Forum
    The Mental Health Forum are providing a volunteer opportunity for a website administrator. The website of The Mental Health Forum is independent and peer led. It is a well respected interactive information hub for Mental Health Issues, including service provision within the Southern Health and Social Care Trust.  The site hosts space for the Recovery College and other community partners and provides a 'one-stop-shop' for downloadable resources and support or helpline contact points. It i...

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  • 3

    Oct
    2017
    AAA Screening - a free scan for men aged 65 or over!
    The Northern Ireland Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening Programme was introduced across the region in June 2017. Please see details for further dates Oct - Dec 2017 in the NMDDC area...

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  • 3

    Oct
    2017
    Discharge from hospital survey 2017 10,000 voices
    HCSB and PHA are conducting a DISCHARGE FROM HOSPITAL SURVEY - 2017 Make your voice heard and improve health care and help them to plan future services Have you or someone you know been discharged from hospital during the past 2 years? They want to make sure that your contact with their services is as effective, safe and comfortable as possible. In order to ensure this, they are asking, if you have been discharged from hospital during the past 2 years that you would tell us abo...

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  • 9

    Aug
    2017
    South Armagh Home 2 Hospital
    Please find attached a leaflet for Newry & Mourne community Transports new Home 2 Hospital Service running from the South Armagh Area.  To qualify for the Home 2 Hospital Service clients must:  Clients must have no other way of getting to their Hospital Appointments.  All clients must be registered with the Newry & Mourne Community Transport Organisation.  The service covers Hospitals in Belfast, Craigavon, Downpatrick & South Tyrone...

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  • 14

    Feb
    2017
    Maintain and improve wellbeing
    Most of us know when we are mentally and physically well, but sometimes we need a little extra support to keep well. There are five simple steps to help maintain and improve your wellbeing. Try to build these into your daily life – think of them as your ‘five a day’ for wellbeing. See HSC Leaflet attached in a range of languages. ...

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