One in seven patients in Sheffield feel their mental health problems are going unrecognised by their GP, new figures suggest.
Councillors are poised to approve a proposed deal that would keep John Lewis in Sheffield – and pay for a refurbishment of the department store.
There are lots of great activities to enjoy Sheffield, but in a changing city many fondly remembered pastimes have been consigned to the scrapbook of history.
Annual Reports do you find them boring, complicated and very uninteresting, what if you found an Annual Reort in a video format.
You say you have never seen a report in this format, for they are never produced, except in the written form.
Well now, this is not so, for the Sheffield Adult Safeguarding Partnership have produced their Annual Report for 2018/2019 in a video format.
The full video is approximately is 60 minutes in length.
However, a short introduction has also been produced which is approximately 4 and a half minutes in length, which can be viewed below
Like what you see and wishing to hear and see more, then the full video can be viewed below
Unfortunately, we have currently, not been able to include the promised BSL format in the full length video, but this may be available by contacting
Practice Development DoLS & Safeguarding Team
Little West Wing
Tel No. : 0114 2957183
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We do hope that you enjoyed viewing the videos and that you may now have more interest in Annual Reports
Comment from 61chrissterry
Next July I will be aged 70 and I was born and lived all my current life in South Yorkshire, mainly in Sheffield.
Over those years many projects have been forecast, but few have ever been achieved.
In fact I can only name one the Sheffield Supertram. This cause very much distruption on its routes in Sheffield in it course of building and was run at a loss until it was taken up by Stagecoach. Now it is enjoyed and used by many but its existance is threatened around 2030 unless more investment is found. What a surprise.
WE have been promised more roads to Manchester, the HS2 and HS3.
The new promised roads to Manchester have never come, HS2 is now more of a pipedream, especially to Sheffield and Leeds and who knows about HS3.
Even when there was some investment, ie rail electrification never came to Sheffield, we have always been an investment backwater.
So I am not surprized re this article.
The ‘drowned villages’ which were abandoned and flooded by an enormous reservoir will be seen for the first time in 75 years.
Derwent and Ashopton have been digitally rebuilt by students, and a cache of rarely seen photographs will be displayed only a few miles from where the villages once stood.
The villages, which are now under the 27.8 million cubic metres of water in Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire, will also be remembered by the few remaining former residents.
Their memories will form another part of the photographic exhibition.
How much do you love your city? And what could be done to improve it as a place in which you work, rest and play?
The Special Olympics National Games brought in more than a million pounds to Sheffield, council bosses have revealed.
“You help someone blossom as a Shared Lives carer, and they help you blossom too. They just become part of the family…”
That’s the view of carer Sue Cashmore, 59 years old from Shiregreen, who has been caring for adults in her own home for around 20 years. She’s part of the Shared Lives scheme, a community-based approach to supporting adults, where ordinary people open up their home and lives to support people through respite or live-in care.
Three adults with learning disabilities live with Sue, along with her husband and teenage daughter, and Sue says the experience has been good for all of them:
“You develop relationships with people. And if they are comfortable coming to you and you enjoy having someone in your home, you just feel good.
“The people who we support are all independent in their own way. They don’t all need 24/7 care and they’ve got their own thoughts and feelings. They do what they want to do, and you’ve got to encourage that.
“You’re not just helping them though – it brings out your own personality a bit more. They bring out the best in you and you bring out the best in them. And I think my daughters are better people for having people with learning disabilities live with us – they get a better understanding of things.”
Sue joins Sheffield City Council in calling for more people to become a Shared Lives carer. People are given