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Plymouth's latest Wellbeing Hub is now open! Based at the Stirling Road Surgery, St Budeaux we can connect you with organisations and information that can improve your overall wellbeing. This is the latest in a series of a dozen Wellbeing Hubs that have been commissioned.
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Could you help someone who is feeling lonely this winter? There are almost 48,000 older people living in Plymouth and many live alone with no family or friends nearby. AGE UK Plymouth is appealing for people in Plymouth who may be able to give up a small amount of their time to help older people connect with others in their own neighbourhoods.
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Do you know what the Plymouth Local Offer is? Plymouth City Council would like parents of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to tell us whether you have used the Plymouth SEND Local Offer website and whether or not it was useful. This survey only takes a couple of minutes to complete.
An award-winning FREE service has been rolled out across Devon designed to show people how to access local health, social care and wellbeing services using the internet.
Creating a page on the Plymouth Online Directory is free, really simple and only takes a few minutes.
The Celebrating Excellence in Care awards are organised by the Quality Assurance & Improvement Team at Plymouth City Council to showcase and celebrate best practice across adult social care.
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Are you aged 18-30? Want to start your own business? If you are unemployed or working less than 16 hours per week join the Prince's Trust free programme. Learn about all different aspects of self-employment and how to write a business plan in our free course. Covers marketing and sales, finance, budgeting and business planning.
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Could you spare some of your time to help befriend a lonely older person? Plymouth City Council is working with local partners including charities and social care providers, taking a whole health and social care systems approach, to tackle the growing issue of loneliness, and more volunteers are being urged to come forward.