Staff from Stafford and Surrounds CCG, Cannock Chase CCG and South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula CCG along with colleagues from Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit came together for their first joint staff awards on 21 June. 58 nominations were received, and the judging panel spent a long time making their decision. All winners and highly commended staff are listed below but all nominees also received a certificate.
South Staffordshire is to become a more dementia-friendly community as Lindsey Smith joins the Alzheimer’s Society this week (20 June) as a new information worker with a focus on the area.
She will be encouraging individuals and organisations to share the responsibility for ensuring that people with dementia feel understood, valued and able to contribute to their community.
Local and national health leaders are calling on people with diabetes to help set the record straight by sharing their stories, facts and videos to let others know the truth about diabetes.
Statistics show most of us know a friend or family member living with diabetes. Yet, it’s still hugely misunderstood condition with many myths and misconceptions – such as diabetes is a disease solely confined to people who are overweight. Hence the reason Diabetes Week 2016 (Sunday 12 June to Saturday 18 June 2016) has the theme ‘setting the record straight’.
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