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HAIL November Newsletter

Posted: Nov 8, 2016

The HAIL Novemeber newsletter is out now, read about our carers trip to South End on Sea, find out what we were up to on World Mental Health Day, see some of the feedback from our carers training and much much more..........

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Big Energy Saving Week 2016

Posted: Oct 11, 2016

Big Energy Saving Week 2016

Big Energy Saving Week starts on 31 October 2016. It is a national campaign to help people cut their fuel bills and get all the financial support they are entitled to.

The week focuses on raising public awareness of how to switch energy supplier or tariff to get the best deal and make homes energy efficient. 

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HAIL Journal for September

Posted: Aug 22, 2016

The September edition of the HAIL journal is out now!

Come and read about our new training service for carers, “The new free carers training started off with the life-saving; limb splinting, wound bandaging practicalities of First Aid.

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Nutley Edge Activity Breaks 2016

Posted: Aug 12, 2016

Nutley Edge is a beautiful rural holiday destination in East Sussex. It is owned and managed by Outward, a charity that has been providing care and support to adults with learning disabilities or on the autistic spectrum for over 40 years.

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Ready to take your ‘First Steps Towards Work’?

Posted: Aug 12, 2016

The First Steps towards Work course is a peer-led programme, specifically developed for Haringey mental health service users.

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HAIL Journal August 2016

Posted: Jul 28, 2016

The August HAIL journal is out now, click here to read about the new HAIL and Public Voice Carers Support Pilot scheme, a pilot running until March next year, that provide, free training, outreach services and our Carer Voucher programme, available to carers in Haringey who provide unpaid care and support to anyone over 18.

 Read other news like the Quality Care Commission will be inspecting North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust on 20th September  2016.

The Cost of Caring.

According to Age UK and Carers UK caring for as little as five hours a week can have a significant impact on employment prospects, with those caring for more than 10 hours a week at marked risk of leaving the job market altogether, costing the economy an estimated £1.3 billion.

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