Monthly Archives: September 2018

Southampton Healthy Living – Southampton City Council

27th September, 2018 / CCIN

April 2017 saw the launch of Southampton Healthy Living – a new and innovative partnership of health, voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations.  Southampton Healthy Living offer a single service to enable individuals, families and communities develop more control over their lifestyle by helping create communities where healthy behaviour is the norm. Health_Healthy Living_Southampton City ...

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An invitation to tackle childhood obesity – Rochdale Borough Council and Unlimited Potential

3rd April, 2018 / CCIN

Childhood obesity in Rochdale is increasingly mirroring patterns of socio-economic deprivation. Reducing childhood obesity is a high priority for Rochdale Borough Council. Weighing and measuring at reception and year 6 presents an opportunity to engage with families of children who are overweight or obese and offer appropriate support. The Energy Club is the main programme ...

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Working ‘Better Together’ in Knowsley – Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

3rd April, 2018 / CCIN

Working ‘Better Together’ in Knowsley is about everyone coming together, pooling resources and expertise to have a greater impact on tackling the Borough’s key challenges. Knowsley Council’s current Corporate Plan outlines what the Council hopes to achieve in the coming years, with the following co-operative principles setting out how it will: Be a strong community ...

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Living Well Collaborative – Lambeth Council

27th March, 2018 / CCIN

Overview Those commissioning public services are increasingly being expected to oversee rapid large-scale local change that achieve financial savings, but also to make services more accessible, personalised and focused on prevention. In Lambeth they have seized the opportunity to transform the mental health care system. By creating a radical new commissioning model and set of ...

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Healthy Heroes – Rochdale Borough Council

19th March, 2018 / CCIN

This is a campaign launched by the Council to fight for a healthy borough. Our local primary schools are working co-operatively to help deliver change by signing up to the daily mile, which means that children walk, run or jog outside for 15 minutes every day.  18 children’s centres have introduced the ‘daily toddle’ which ...

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Health Improvement Service

5th October, 2017 / CCIN

In a workforce of 86 people (on a mixture of full time and part time contracts), 67% (n=58) are local Salford residents. In addition, 8 members of staff within the service are active in a voluntary capacity within a range of organisations within Salford. These include football teams and other sports organisations, churches, festival committees, ...

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