Making Caring Visible and Valued this Carers Week (7–13 June 2021)
Carers Week is an annual awareness campaign that celebrates and recognises the vital contribution of the UK’s unpaid carers – supporting family members and friends who are older, have a disability, mental or physical illness or need extra help.
7 June 2021
COVID-19: Targeted community testing to take place in north east Hampshire/Surrey border
A targeted two-week community testing programme is taking place in a number of postcodes across the Hart District, Rushmoor Borough and Surrey border in response to confirmation of a small number of cases of the variant, first identified in India.
2 June 2021
GPs must now offer face-to-face appointments according to new NHS guidance
While half of all GP appointments during the pandemic have still been face-to-face, many practices have turned to telephone or video appointments to help people access healthcare advice safely from home, where appropriate.
18 May 2021
10 Reasons you should tell your GP you are caring for someone at home
Many people care for loved ones or relatives at home and might not realise that it’s important to tell your GP If you find yourself in this situation. GPs can provide support and advice if they know you are a carer.
11 May 2021
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