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Carers Week 8 – 14 June 2015: New scheme to support carers in Leicestershire

3rd June 2015

There are currently an estimated 70,000 unpaid carers in Leicestershire. This is a physically and emotionally demanding task, with carers being more likely to suffer from ill health than those without caring responsibilities.

To support carers in the area West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG are working collaboratively with Leicestershire County Council to commission a new service to identify carers earlier and provide them with advice and support to better care for themselves, as well as for their loved ones.

Don't let allergies ruin your summer

2nd June 2015

For some people the warmer temperatures bring misery in the form of allergies such as asthma, hay fever and eczema.

These allergies have trebled in the last 20 years, with one in two people having one or more allergy before the age of 18.

East Leicestershire and Rutland and West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are advising people to visit their local pharmacy to get advice and treatment for allergies.

New plans to support people with dementia in Leicestershire and Rutland

13th May 2015

• A range of schemes are being introduced across Leicestershire and Rutland to support patients living with dementia.
• Services have also been commissioned from the Alzheimer’s Society to provide support for patients both whilst in hospital and in the community as well as for carers.
• West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Leicester City CCG and East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG are supporting Dementia Awareness Week 17-23 May with the theme “Life doesn’t end when dementia begins”.

Tell us your views on health services for people with diabetes

5th May 2015

People living in Leicester city, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) are being asked for their views to help improve services for patients with diabetes.

There are two diabetes services that people are invited to comment on: a patient education course for patients who have been diagnosed with diabetes in the last 12 months, which operates across LLR, and an Integrated Community Diabetes Service for patients in Leicester city.

Get prepared this Easter bank holiday weekend

25th March 2015

People across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are being encouraged to get prepared for the Easter bank holiday and make sure they have sufficient stock of any prescription medicine they might need.

As many GP surgeries will not be open from Good Friday (3 April) to bank holiday Monday (6 April), it is important that those who make use of repeat prescriptions check now to ensure that their supply will last until at least Tuesday 7 April.

Artwork vision of future Hinckley healthcare

5th March 2015

West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is inviting the residents of Hinckley and the surrounding area to view artwork created to interpret the answer to the question “What needs to happen so that community services in Hinckley support people to keep well and recover as fully as possible?”

Once they have viewed the artwork they will have the opportunity to add their feedback and let the CCG know if they agree with the answers.

Ashby community health services - proposals outlined

11th February 2015
Subject to planning permission, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) is proposing to transfer LPT commissioned outpatient and clinical services, currently provided at Ashby and District Hospital, to the Hood Park Leisure Centre in Ashby. School nurses will transfer to Ibstock Community College and other local solutions are being investigated to accommodate office facilities.


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