Entries by Claire Jackson

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We’re Hiring – Living Well Coordinators

Job Title:  Living Well Coordinators (Social Prescribers) Responsible to:  Adapt (NE) and West Northumberland PCN Hours: 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm. Full-time – this post is open to job share Location: GP practices across the West Northumberland Primary Care Network Salary: £23,761 per annum Benefits: 25 days holiday per year, […]

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Cafe @ Burn Lane reopens for business!

Welcome back to Cafe @ Burn Lane. We have made some changes to ensure that we can keep our staff and customers safe. We have extended the cafe into the meeting room next door, meaning we can still seat 30 people safely across the two rooms; plus there’s outdoor seating on our patio. We have […]

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Dementia Support and Activities West Northumberland

The latest edition of ‘Activities and Support in West Northumberland’ for people living with dementia or memory loss is out now. This is a comprehensive guide to support groups, classes, dementia friendly film screenings and cafes, singing classes, advice services, physical and sporting activities and lots more. Due to Covid-19 some services may not be […]

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Cafe @ Burn Lane update July 2020

Although many cafes and restaurants are re-opening this week in line with updated government guidelines, we have taken the decision not to re-open Cafe @ Burn Lane until Tuesday 8 September. We want to wait a little while longer to open our doors to the public again and make sure that we have everything in […]

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Update on our services

Since the start of lockdown at the end of March, most of the team here at Adapt (NE) have continued to work from home. Our advocacy service has been as busy as ever, providing support remotely to people across the county through our NHS, Care Act, Relevant Person Representative, Independent Mental Health and Independent Mental […]

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Latest Coronavirus Information

The main symptoms of coronavirus are: a new, persistent cough, a high temperature and loss of sense of taste and/or smell. If you have any of these symptoms you should stay at home and self isolate. Find more information below.     Test and Trace – how it works   NHS 111 coronavirus service   […]

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Be Alert to Coronavirus Scams

Here are just some of the coronavirus scams we are aware of, but please note that criminals come in all shapes and sizes and can contact you at the door, by phone, post or online People offering miracle cures or vaccines for coronavirus – there is no specific treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19). Treatment aims to […]

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Northumberland Communities Together

Northumberland County Council is launching a new initiative – Northumberland Communities Together-  to support the phenomenal volunteering networks that have been rallying support across the county in response to COVID-19. Find out more about Northumberland Communities Together   The three Food Bank sites in West Northumberland sites are closed to the general public due to […]

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Customer Notice 20 March 2020

UPDATE Monday 23 March As the government has asked for all cafes, pubs and restaurants to close, we cannot go ahead with our plans to open Cafe @ Burn Lane. Our office is open for shorter hours with most staff working from home. Please get in touch if you need to – we will get […]

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SpeakUp2020 in the Healthwatch Northumberland Survey

Healthwatch Northumberland has a survey each year, asking about your health and social care experiences in the previous 12 months. It might be a new year but your experiences from 2019 still matter. You can feed back as a patient or carer. By sharing what went well for you, what might be improved and what […]