Reliable apps to help manage your health

Health apps can provide you with important information and support to help you manage health conditions and live healthier and happier lives through exercise and healthy living. Sefton Partnership organisations in the NHS, local authority and voluntary, community and faith sector (VCF), have worked with the Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Applications (ORCHA) to develop an online health app library. The Sefton-ORCHA … Continue reading Reliable apps to help manage your health

Recruitment Opportunity

Living Well Sefton; Deputy Programme Manager Job title: Deputy Programme ManagerSalary: £31,917 Location: Sefton CVS, Burlington House, WaterlooHours: Full time post at 35 hours per weekTerm: Fixed term: Expected up until March 2024Accountable to: Living Well Sefton Programme Manager Job Purpose: To support the successful delivery of the Living Well Sefton programme. To continue to develop positive relationships with the Delivery and Neighbourhood Partners. To support the Living Well Sefton Grants … Continue reading Recruitment Opportunity

COVID is still seven-day-a-week threat warns Health Chief

As the weekend approaches, Sefton Council is reminding people who live and work in the borough that, unlike many of us, COVID-19 doesn’t take Saturdays and Sundays off. Additionally, people are being warned not to drop their guard even if they have been vaccinated. They could still pass on the virus even if they are fully vaccinated with both jabs. Over the last few weeks … Continue reading COVID is still seven-day-a-week threat warns Health Chief

Making Merseyside’s streets safer

Merseyside’s Police Commissioner has launched a survey to find out about how we can make the streets of Merseyside feel safer for women and girls. The public consultation has been announced by Emily Spurrell to better understand the concerns of women across the region.  In our parks, on public transport, walking home from a night out in the city centre – the survey aims to … Continue reading Making Merseyside’s streets safer