South Asian Health Action is a national charity that supports the physical and mental health needs of the local South Asian community. SAHA is a patient, carer and community led charity based in Leicester with reach in Leeds and London. They aim to address the lack of South Asian voices to address health inequalities, diversity and inclusion and also to work with other members in collaboration. Their main partners are the NHS, racialised minoritized, patients, community organisations, faith organisations, research and medical institutions.
Carers UK recently published a new report which looks at "what good looks like", as well as areas for improvement, regarding carers' assessments, with a particular focus on the experiences of carers from communities who face additional barriers and other health inequalities. The report's aim is to stimulate conversation around the unique challenges faced by carers from underrepresented backgrounds and make recommendations on how to best support them – especially Black, Asian and minority ethnic carers and LGBTQ+ carers.
This King's Fund report shares insights and evidence about how to collaborate well to build a stronger collaborative ethos across health and care services.
The National Children and Adult Services Conference is a must-attend event for councillors, directors, senior officers, directors of public health, policy makers and service managers, and any individuals or organisations with responsibilities for children and adult services in the statutory, voluntary and private sector.
We are delighted to welcome The Migraine Trust as a new Coalition for Personalised Care (C4PC) Partner.
We are delighted to welcome The Migraine Trust as a new Coalition for Personalised Care (C4PC) Partner. Founded in 1965, they the UK’s leading research and support charity for the 10m people affected by migraine. Their aims are to fund and promote research, support people affected, and campaign for better diagnosis, care, and treatment access.
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Between 2019 and 2022, the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) at Sheffield Hallam University undertook research on behalf of the Centre for Ageing Better, Leeds City Council (LCC) and the Leeds Older People’s Forum (LOPF) into the effectiveness of the neighbourhood network (NN) model in the City of Leeds.