Keri Romano, Project Coordinator holding the trophy, next to Joyce Greaves, CEO who are both flanked by Neil Fitzmaurice, compere for the event and Jane Trevithick from Anthony Collins Solicitors who sponsored the award. We are delighted to announce that KDC’s Big Pathway project received the award for Community Project of 2017 at the … Read more
If you receive a Personal Health Budget (PHB) from the NHS to employ a personal assistant (PA), you can apply for funding from Skills for Care. The funding can be used for care related training to help you as an employer, or to develop the skills of your PAs. It can cover the costs of training and qualifications, travel … Read more
Being disabled in Britain: a journey less equal (Equality and Human Rights Commission report) Being disabled in Britain is a review into disability inequality in Great Britain. It builds on the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s statutory five-yearly report on equality and human rights progress in England, Scotland and Wales, Is Britain Fairer?. We want this … Read more
As part of their community project, a recent cohort of Prince’s Trust 16 – 25 year-olds decided to create a video to raise awareness of autism and associated mental health issues in Knowsley.
Carers Rights and the Care Act 2014 Luke Clements Overview The Care Act 2014 repeals most of the principal adult social care statutes (as they apply in England ) – the laws that oblige social services’ departments to assess and to provide services for disabled, elderly and ill adults as well as their carers. A … Read more
Knowsley Carers’ Strategy 2017 – 2019 – Provider launch event Save the date! Monday 12th December 9.45am – 1pm (to start 10am) The Venue, Civic Way, Poplar Bank, Huyton, L36 9GD Could your organisation help deliver Knowsley’s Carers’ Strategy? The new Knowsley Carers’ Strategy 2017-19 has been written in the light of the Care Act … Read more