If you live in Calderdale and are worried about a vulnerable child or adult, it is important that you report your concerns to the appropriate people, as soon as possible. This will help to ensure the safety and well being of the individual is put first. I’m worried about a child If you’re concerned, please … Continue reading Child & Adult Safeguarding: How To Report Concerns
Calderdale have some awesome activity sessions kicking off on Monday 25th October, from potion making to 3D character creations, boxing to yoga, cricket to cosmetic making, they have pulled out all the stops and partnered with some awesome local organisations to give all young people in Calderdale the opportunity to try something new this half … Continue reading Half-Term Activities For Calderdale Children
The Disability Partnership Calderdale Annual Report - 2020 - 2021 - has been converted into a video. In it, we look back at a year that challenged everyone in new and unexpected ways. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4W_mKT-Ls0
In addition to pre-booked vaccination appointments, the NHS in Calderdale also runs regular walk-in clinics where you don’t need to book in advance. These clinics are subject to demand and deliver vaccinations on a first-come first-served basis. These clinics are open to anyone: 16 and over who has not already received their first vaccination- please … Continue reading Walk-in vaccination clinics in Calderdale
Did you know the learning disability organisation Magpies, which is based in Halifax, has a full calendar of events is on its website? From their activity rota and trips out, to outreach activities and events at their centre. This calendar is regularly updated to help keep you in the loop. Click on the link below … Continue reading Take a look at what’s coming up at Magpies!
Local health authorities have issued the following quick guide to the priorities as we continue to tackle covid-19 in Calderdale: Calderdale currently has the highest infection rates it has ever had. Not everyone is aware of how widespread it is. The business continuity is going to be affected over the coming weeks due to the … Continue reading Covid-19 in Calderdale: Key Messages Now!
Meeting date: 30 September 2021 Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm Location: Microsoft Teams Meeting Project team attendees • Mark Auger – West Yorkshire Combined Authority • Erica Ward – West Yorkshire Combined Authority • Andrew Bradley – West Yorkshire Combined Authority • Steve Smith – Calderdale Council • Tom Jones – Calderdale Council • Joanna van … Continue reading Report: Halifax Bus Station accessibility workshop
The Health and Social Care Committee and Science and Technology Committee have published a damning new report on the Government’s response to the Covid pandemic. As part of its rigorous analysis, it says: “The disproportionately high mortality rates that people with learning disabilities and autistic people have suffered throughout the pandemic has highlighted the health inequalities faced … Continue reading Report of health and social care committee public inquiry into Covid – Disability Rights UK Responds