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'Don't quack like a duck, soar like an eagle'

'Don't quack like a duck, soar like an eagle' created by Incontrol-able published on 28 April 2016

You may remember from my blog last month that I said it would probably snow after Easter?  Well, here I am writing the blog for May and it's snowing outside!  Spooky!! The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are looking for people to share their experiences of receiving care linked to conditions such as Depression, Anxiety and Stress.

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Dementia Awareness Week in Hartlepool - 14th to 20th May 2016

Dementia Awareness Week in Hartlepool - 14th to 20th May 2016 created by Rachel Hogg published on 21 April 2016

Welcome to a week of activities and events Saturday 14th May 10-4pm @ Tees and Hartlepool Yacht Club Launch Event: Move a Memory Mile - 10:30am start, registration from 9:30am Push the Boat Out taster sessions, Multi Sport, Information Stalls, Refreshments and more. Monday 16th May

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Public Awareness Campaign

Public Awareness Campaign created by Rachel Hogg published on 15 April 2016

CQC wants to hear from people who have received care for Depression, Anxiety or Stress Do you get help from health professionals for feeling anxious, feeling stressed or feeling low?  The Care Quality Commission (CQC) wants to hear about your experiences of health and social care for a public awareness campaign they'll be running this summer.

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Take a Moment

Take a Moment created by Rachel Hogg published on 14 April 2016

Through March and April 2016, the Stroke Association are raising awareness of the  link between high blood pressure and Stroke, and showing people just how easy it is to get their blood pressure checked. On 1 March the Stroke Association launched the Take a Moment campaign asking people to take a moment to order a free blood pressure information pack.

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Campaign to encourage older people to feedback about the care they receive

Campaign to encourage older people to feedback about the care they receive created by Rachel Hogg published on 13 April 2016

On 29th March, CQC launched a campaign to encourage older people and their loved ones to feedback about the quality of health and social care they have received. We're encouraging older people to feedback on their care, as research has shown that older people are far less likely to complain about services and are less aware of the ways they can share their views.

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