News, events and training
Recent network events:
(for smaller voluntary, community and faith groups)
In June three of the networks hosted by T3SC held a joint event to look at the area of the prevention of ill health and the promotion of wellbeing, with Tameside Council’s Wellbeing and Prevention Unit. Over 60 people attended from the Health and Social Care Network, Community Action for Tameside’s Seniors (CATS) Network and the Faiths United Network to hear from the council on how they are planning to improve wellbeing and prevent ill health in Tameside. Discussion focused on where they would need help from groups and helping groups to get to know one another across different networks so we can all work closer together in the future.
Groups looked at the three key areas the council identified and were asked to look at what their groups could do and what they would need in order to contribute.
To develop a comprehensive and flourishing network of Information, Wellbeing and Support Hubs.
To develop our approach to prevention and early intervention.
To develop support and resources that enable groups to contribute to Adult Services and the Health and Wellbeing Service.
To promote your group with other groups and potential supporters/funders please fill in the ‘getting to know you pro forma’ at the back of the report and return to email@example.com so we can compile a directory of services.
(for groups working with Children, Young People and Families) (for smaller groups)
Held in February this event helped groups to look at the changing environment for local service providers within the new national context of health and social care, and services for youth and families to understand how this will affect them locally and where the opportunities for collaborative solutions may be.