There are currently no training events available at the moment.
Adult Social Care jobs and careers event
- Meet employers who have job vacancies in adult social care
- Get careers advice on working in adult social care
- Hear from people working in the industry
- Get help and create a CV
Monday 16 October 2017 10-2pm
City College Peterborough, Brook Street
Inclusive Youth Club
Are you or do you know someone between the ages of 11-19 who is looking to have fun and meet people of the same age? Our Inclusive Youth Club offers a range of different activities, whilst giving young people the opportunity to learn new skills and make friends.
The Youth Club is available to attend every Wednesday evening 7pm-9pm at St Mary's Church, New Road, PE1 1TT.
For more information contact Alan Quinn 07392280075 or Deborah Smalley 07392280076.
Forthcoming changes to coroner duty to undertake inquest in DoLS and other authorisations under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
From Monday 3 April 2017 coroners will no longer have a duty to undertake an inquest into the death of every person who was subject to an authorisation under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (known as DoLS) under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
In these cases an inquest will still be required if the person died before Monday 3 April 2017. However, for any person subject to a DoLS authorisation who dies on the 3rd, or any time after, their death need not be reported to the coroner unless the cause of death is unknown or where there are concerns that the cause of death was unnatural or violent, including where there is any concern about the care given having contributed to the persons death.
Any person with any concerns about how or why someone has come to their death can contact the coroner directly. This will not change where a person subject to a DoLS authorisation. What will change is that the coroner will no longer be duty bound to investigate every death where the deceased had a DoLS in place.
For more information on coroner services please see the Coroner Services Guides.
Representatives from Peterborough Deaf Community meet Commissioners
Representatives from Peterborough’s Deaf Community aged below 50 met with staff from Peterborough City Council led by Commissioner Gary Jones to discuss the issues deaf people face in the city. The representatives talked about issues relating to health and social care, transport, and employment.
The group also talked about way deaf services might be improved.
This meeting comes after a series of successful meetings with deaf people aged over 50 in Peterborough, and is the next step towards creating potential partnership boards with the council for the deaf community with the aim of making progress in combatting long standing inequalities suffered by deaf people in the city.
Andy Palmer, Managing Director of CDA said: “I’m delighted that our relationship with the council continues to develop and shows real signs of making progress.
“Thanks again to Gary and Karen Berkeley of the Commissioning team for thier continued focus on improving the lives of the local Deaf Community which looks like it could begin to make a difference soon.”
The next meeting is due to be in October.
Cambridgeshire Deaf Association website news feature on their Peterborough members meeting with Adult Social Care Commissioning
Members of the local deaf community aged over 50 met members of the Commissioning department at Peterborough City Council today to discuss what works well and how services could be improved.
The meeting was chaired by Gary Jones, the Interim Head of Commissioning for Older People, Carers and Sensory Impairment and organised by Karen Berkley, Assistant Commissoner in Adult Social Care alongside CDA.
The delegates had their say on how the council could work better with the deaf community and this meeting is the first in a developing relationship between the Deaf community and Peterborough City Council.
Andy Palmer, Managing Director or CDA said: “Everyone came away from this initial meeting feeling good and optimistic about what could be achieved in future. Thanks to Peterborough City Council for their enthusiasm in looking at improving services for deaf people and I think we’re all looking forward to next time and to what more we can achieve together.”
If you would like to get involved in the next meeting, please get in touch with Ky Dai, Community Coordinator by text or FaceTime on 07557 258230 or email Ky@cambsdeaf.org or come along to our weekly Peterborough Drop In.