Child of the North: Inequality after Covid
Children in the North are more likely to live in poverty than those in the rest of England – and inequalities have widened since the pandemic. This week we hosted a Festival of Debate event to explore this subject and its impact on Sheffield families
19 May 2022
What happened next? SACMHA's #SpeakUp report - an African Caribbean perspective on home care
SACMHA Health & Social Care was awarded a #SpeakUp grant to help them amplify the voices of African Caribbean people in Sheffield who use home care. Find out what the next steps are, and how the Council is responding
31 March 2022
Burton Street Foundation - increasing access to health care for people with a learning disability
The families and carers of people with a learning disability #SpeakUp about annual health checks and hospital passports - two resources which can help people get the healthcare they need
17 December 2021
New national report: Recovery of NHS dental care too slow to help thousands left in pain
Lack of access to NHS dentistry has intensified as an issue for people over the last 18 months. The latest national Healthwatch research is a stark reminder that it is an issue decision-makers must react to now, to protect our health.
16 December 2021
Luv2MeetU - how do we fill the gaps in support for people with a learning disability?
What has Covid-19 been like for adults with a learning disability? Luv2MeetU's members #SpeakUp to say they need access to clearer information, plus more support to be independent and manage their own health
16 November 2021
Asperger's Children and Carers Together - supporting families of children with autism
ACCT used our #SpeakUp grant to talk to the parent-carers of children with autism at their peer support groups. They wanted to find out what was important to them, such as experiences of getting support for their children in school.
5 November 2021