As part of their mental health work, Portsmouth City Council is looking at the devastating area of suicide and is producing a draft suicide prevention action plan, to reduce the number of suicides in the city and provide support for those bereaved or affected by suicide.
Around 24 people take their own lives by suicide each year in Portsmouth. This is higher as a rate than the England average. About 78% of these people are male. Suicide affects children, young people and adults […]
You have a great chance to find out about & comment on new health & wellbeing plans for Portsmouth – please follow the link below for more information along with how to give your feedback – closing date for responses is 30th January:
We are really pleased to let you know of a great full-time opportunity arising with the Healthwatch Portsmouth team, hosted by Learning Links. Please find below links to the advertisement, job description and application form for the post of Community Engagement & Projects Officer.
If you are interested, please download the forms below, complete the application and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for all applications is 5.00pm on Friday 19th January 2018.
Job Advert: job advert Comunity Engagement and […]
The Healthwatch Portsmouth Volunteers Christmas party on Tuesday 12th December was fun, full of laughter and best wishes from the Healthwatch team for all the help our volunteers provide in the wide range of activities they get involved with. Thank to you to all our volunteers who support our work throughout the year. Best wishes for a Happy Christmas and New Year !!
Project one: social care video diaries
Who we’re looking for: Current social care users from a range of backgrounds. We want to get a snapshot of the different types of social care users, so we welcome applications from people using any Adult Social Care service.
What’s involved: We’re looking for people who can share their experiences – both good and bad – of navigating the social care system. We’ll expect you to complete a regular video diary over the space of two to four weeks – ideally we’d like you to record […]
Portsmouth Hospitals Trust is forming a new team of volunteers to help unpaid carers whose loved ones are in hospital or whom are in hospital themselves to access the support available to them. The Trust is recruiting to their new ‘happy to chat’ volunteer team. The role of a Carer Aware Volunteer is to support ward and outpatient areas across the Trust, identifying and supporting unpaid carers.
The role is outlined on the attached document and […]