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Part LINk funded Partnership Outreach Pilot to Parents/Carers of Disabled Children Evaluation report Now Out
Farewell LINk Event 14th March 2013, Brighthelm - 10am to 3pm. please contact us to reserve your place.Draft programme here.
New LINk Medication Checklist here

The LINk allows health & social care providers to understand what people think about the services they deliver.


The LINk believes it is important that as a critical friend to health and social care services, it leads by example. The LINk has signed up to the following campaigns:

The LINk is committed to supporting and promoting the National Pensioner's Convention Dignity Code.

Time to Change: work together to end discrimination faced by people who experience mental health problems. More information on the Time to Change website.

Getting it Right: pledge to provide equal healthcare to people with a learning disability. More information on the Mencap website.

Thumbs Up pledge to support people with learning disabilities.

10:10 Campaign: reducing emissions by 10% in 2010. The LINk is committed to improving health and wellbeing and recognises that damage to the environment has an impact on health. Evidence suggests that pollution can exacerbate existing health conditions and as a health and social body the public will rightly expect us to take the lead in promoting good practice. As we are funded by public money the added bonus of saving resources has helped as use our funds more efficiently.The LINk is a Brighton and Hove 10:10 Pioneer and also has their own environmental policy. Handy green tips for organising meetings and office working here. More information on this campaign at 10:10 website.
Useful document on Creating A Green Action Plan for Your Organisation from NAVCA

Dignity Champion: we believe passionately that being treated with dignity is a basic human right, not an optional extra. More information on Dignity Champions can be found on the Department of Health's website.

Where Can I Go: Campaign. Campaign to increase the numbers of clean hygienic and safe publicly available toilets in many towns and cities throughout the UK to meet the needs of residents and visitors

Save Dave Campaign - help and support for people over 16 experiencing alcohol-related difficulties,

The Big Drink Debate Manifesto: aims to understand drinking in the South East, looking at what people think about alcohol, how much they drink and how they perceive alcohol-related health and social issues. More information on the Big Drink website.

Dignity Champion
Time to Change
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