Health and Social Care
Letters to my Younger Self exhibition is now on display at Hull Central Library until the end of March.
The exhibition features letters from women in Hull who want to … More
People in Hull are being invited to give their views on health and wellbeing in the city.
An event will take place at Trinity Market on Wednesday 11 March from … More
A community facility dedicated to supporting people with alcohol problems has reopened following a £133,000 refurbishment.
The Bransholme Alcohol Hub – which is based near North Point Shopping Centre but … More
A Hull housing initiative has been named as the best in the country at a national awards ceremony.
Newbridge Village, which includes the revolutionary Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre, … More
Technology to support children with hearing and visual impairments and physical disabilities has been showcased in Hull.
Hull City Council’s Integrated Physical and Sensory Service (IPaSS) supports children and young … More
Some changes might seem small, but they can have a big impact.
This week is Occupational Therapy Week, a national awareness campaign designed to celebrate and raise awareness of occupational … More
A survey looking at awareness of the menopause in the workplace has been launched in Hull.
It is hoped the online survey will be carried out in workplaces across the … More
Stuck for ideas to keep the children entertained during the October half-term? Get involved in a range of Halloween activities at Hull City Council’s children’s centres.
Monday 28 October
Halloween … More
Businesses are being urged to find out how they can help the city’s care leavers.
An open day is taking place to raise awareness of support for care leavers and … More
Do you ever wonder what you child is thinking?
The NPCC and Hull City Council are working together to encourage parents to take cues from their children.
The Look, Say, … More
Potential adopters are being urged to find out if they can help dozens of children in the region who are waiting to find families.
There are 69 children across the … More
A Hull team has been crowned as the winner of the Humber Care Tech Challenge 2019 with their design on how to support people living with the dementia.
Team Ull-tra … More
A Hull inventor and fitness enthusiast has created a unique piece of gym equipment – and it is being installed at Woodford Leisure Centre today.
The Monkey Mill, a unique … More
A project to help vulnerable residents live more independent lives with the help of technology is making waves across Hull.
Glen and Sam Marshall, a father and son from west … More
Hull and the rest of the world today to celebrate International Day of Older Persons.
The Older People’s Partnership Hull and East Riding is hosting a series of activities to … More
Hull City Council is asking residents to share their views on the future of housing in Hull.
A survey has been launched which asks the public what type of housing … More
A domestic abuse conference in Hull is helping to show people from a diverse range of professions how they can be instrumental in early support and prevention for people they … More
Residents who have cared for vulnerable adults for almost 20 years have been recognised for their hard work.
The Shared Lives scheme was launched in 2000, giving carers the opportunity … More
A free project bringing activities and nutritious food to children throughout the summer holidays will launch in Hull this week.
Healthy Holidays ran as a pilot scheme in Orchard Park … More
A partnership in Hull is working to address the issue of problem begging in the city centre.
Hull City Council, Humberside Police, HullBID, Emmaus Hull and East Riding, the NHS … More
Carers play an indispensable role in our society.
More than five million people providing care for a family member or friend with a disability, mental or physical illness, substance misuse … More
Young people in Hull are being asked to help tailor support and activities available to them – and could win £50 in vouchers for their trouble.
Hull City Council has … More
A Hull City Council residential care home has been rated as “good” by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The 220 Preston Road assisted living facility, which provides care to nine … More
The way health data is shared is to change under a new plan launched in the Humber.
The plan will mean a secure NHS network for adult social care workers … More
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