Differently Abled: making a difference to people with learning disabilities
People with learning disabilities, their friends, family and carers in Hull and the East Riding can get advice and information about the support available to them at a free event next month at the KCOM Stadium.
Carers’ Information and Support Service move to Calvert Centre
The Carers’ Information and Support Service (CISS) has relocated its offices to the Calvert Centre on Calvert Lane from King Edward Street in Hull.
Cuppa and Cupcake
As part of Carers Week, the Carers' Information Support Service is offering people the chance to drop in for a cupcake and a cuppa - and a chat about support for carers.\r\n\r\nIf you look after a loved one, we can tell you about the people and organisations who are there to help you, to give you information and to give you a break, if you need it.
Living with Dementia Event
East Riding Carers Support Service and Hull’s Carers Information and Support Service (CISS) are joining forces to bring a brand new event aimed at people living with dementia and those who care for them to the region.\r\n\r\nThe new event, called ‘Living with Dementia’, will take place at Hull City Hall 10am-3pm on Wednesday 26 April.
On the road for those who care
Carers Week starts on 6th June and to celebrate, the Carers’ Information and Support Service (CISS) is taking to the road. CISS will be rolling out their information bus to offer support, information and guidance to unpaid carers across Hull.
Let's talk about death
Dying Matters Awareness Week 2016 is taking place from 9 May and once again City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) are getting involved. Dying Matters Awareness week takes place every year during May, to promote the importance of talking about dying, death and bereavement.
Could you be a Macmillan volunteer?
Many people know about the invaluable work that Macmillan Cancer Support do for people with cancer and those who care for them, but not so many are aware of the services that are provided in partnership with healthcare organisations and the opportunities for volunteers within these services.
Caring about carers' rights
The Carers’ Information and Support Service (CISS) is holding an open day for Carer’s Rights day on Friday 20th November.
Training offered for Carer Champions
The Carers Information and Support Service (CISS) are looking for people who work for voluntary or public sector services to come forward and become a Carer Champion.
Dementia support for family and friends
The Carers Information and Support Service (CISS) are taking to the road in order to raise awareness of dementia, particularly with family and friends of those affected. CISS will be offering information on what support is available, what you can do if you are concerned around memory loss and how to seek a diagnosis.