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18 June 2021 
Review Date: 19 July 2021

Rules and Roadmap

To protect us, national coronavirus restrictions remain in place across West Sussex.

See the GOV.UK website for information about what you can and cannot do.

These rules apply even after you’ve had your vaccine and/or if you have received a negative COVID-19 test result. 

The Government has published its roadmap out of lockdown, which sets out the steps for easing restrictions. However, the pandemic is not over yet, so it’s important to not let your guard down, to remain vigilant and to keep on acting like we have the virus in order to protect each other.

Every time we 'act like we have it', it brings us one step closer to easing restrictions, so please be patient, look after one another and visit Keep West Sussex Safe.

See the GOV.UK website to find out more about the roadmap out of lockdown

 

 

 

20 April 2021
Review Date: 23 July 2021

Stop, Look, Care Training

"Stop, Look, Care" training aims to increase carers' confidence in identifying the signs of deterioration in health and wellbeing and taking the appropriate course of action to manage it quickly.
Sussex Clinical Commissioning Groups are offering 12 free training sessions to care providers and family carers from 16 April to 23 July 2021. The case studies used are taken from the LeDeR programme so are considered to be relevant for the care of people with a learning disability.
Please use Eventbrite to select a date and book onto a training session.

 

 

 

18 June 2021
Review Date: 24 June 2021

Invitation - West Sussex Social Care Provider COVID-19 Briefing

Our fortnightly briefing for all social care providers, in partnership with local Public Health, Infection Control and Health colleagues, continues with the next meeting to be held on Thursday 24 June 2021 at 10am-11am.

The briefing is for staff working in domiciliary care, residential or nursing homes, supported living, extra care schemes, supported housing providers or day services. This is not exclusive and anyone working in an adult social care setting is welcome to attend.

Currently on the agenda for the next meeting is a discussion on 'Staff and Management Welfare – Ways Forward'. Guest speakers to be announced shortly.

The briefing will be held on MS Teams. Unfortunately the number of people that can attend is limited; please can you therefore firstly register your attendance by clicking this Eventbrite link. We will then send you the MS Teams link to join.

 

Last updated: 18 July 2021