June - News and Events Update and Events Update
There will be a BSMHD Trustees meeting in Manchester on Tuesday 2nd July 2014.
Although the meeting is not open to the public, members are welcome to submit items for discussion to the General Secretary no later than Thursday 26th June.
BSMHD are organising a Basic training course in Mental Health Interpreting led by Dr Kevin Baker and Dr Sally Austen on Friday 18th July 2014 at Nottingham Deaf Society, 22 Forest Road West, Nottingham, NG7 4EQ.
The Deaf Health Champions project will be holding a conference at Manchester Conference Centre on Thursday 16th October 2014. This conference will be supported by SignHealth and will use their recent ‘Sick Of It’ report into the health of Deaf people as a platform for raising the awareness and profile of the health needs of deaf people and the Deaf Health Champions project within the North West Region.
Health and Social Care Reform and Govtoday are delighted to announce The Dementia Challenge North; due to the huge success of this event in London in April this year, this conference now moves to the North of England.
The Dementia Challenge North - Continuing the Fight Back conference is for those that live with, work with or are affected by dementia. This delegate focused event devotes maximum plenary time to the issues that really matter with updates on the latest developments in the fight against this most devastating condition.
ESMHD are organising a 4 day International Congress on Mental Health and Deafness in Belfast on 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th September 2014.
Further details and updates will appear on the web site at http://www.wcmhd2014.org
Courses are delivered in BSL/SSE by Deaf Instructors.
There are currently no courses planned, but if you would like to attend a course or get BSMHD to organise a course, please contact the General secretary.
There are now 2 types of courses available - a full 2 day 'Standard' course or a 'Lite' course of 3 hours duration.
The next meeting will be on Wednesday 9th July.
Entry is £5.00 (Please note that receipts are no longer being issued) which includes tea & coffee.
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HDM Scotland is able to continue with generous funding from Edinburgh and Lothians Health Foundation.
To provide up-to-date and evidence based intervention to service users who have mental health and deafness. The post holder, in collaboration with colleagues, will provide a service that holds the recovery model at its centre.
To make a contribution to the training, teaching and supervision of colleagues across the Directorate.
To contribute to research which will enhance clinical practice and develop the services for this service user group.
Develop relationships with the person and their family at the earliest possible stage and work within an evidence based framework to assist the person and families develop positive coping strategies.
To assist the person in pursuing their goals in educational, employment, voluntary work/social activities via liaison with Statutory Services.
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