What is the Ask for ANI domestic abuse codeword scheme?
The government has launched the Ask for ANI (Action Needed Immediately) codeword scheme to enable victims of domestic abuse to access immediate help from the police, or other support services, from the safety of their local pharmacy or Doctors Surgery. If you need help please approach a staff member and Ask for ANI.
Further information can be found here: https://safelives.org.uk/Ask-for-ANI-launch
This summer, Public Health England, with support from Sport England, have teamed up with Disney to help get kids active throughout the summer holidays by playing 10 Minute Shake Up games.
Choose if data from your health records is shared for research and planning
There have been posts on social media with false information about opting out of sharing your data with the NHS.
Here's what you need to know:
- There is no 30 September deadline for opting out of sharing your data. You can opt out at any time.
- NHS Digital will never sell your data.
- There are strict rules about how NHS can use your data. It's only shared securely and safely.
- Shared data helps the NHS. It has been used to find the first treatment for coronavirus and for vaccine research.
For further information and to record your preference click here
DadPad – downloadable resource for new Dads/Dads-to-be
The DadPad app is an easy-to-use, freely downloadable resource for new dads and dads-to-be in the Bexley/Bromley/Greenwich area, packed with relevant information, as well as details on local support groups and service providers. Its aim is to provide new fathers with guidance on how to develop the mindset, confidence and practical skills needed to meet their babies’ physical and emotional needs. Here is the link to the DadPad website: www.thedadpad.co.uk
Type 2 diabetes is serious. Find out your risk today. (from home, in only 2 mins!)
Anyone can get Type 2 diabetes. But, being over 40 years old, being overweight or having a relative with it can increase our risk. The good news is that there are steps we can take to lower our risk of diabetes!
Greenwich Health has partnered with the Royal Borough of Greenwich and London Borough of Bexley to support people to reduce their risk of Type 2 diabetes by living a healthier lifestyle.
It’s really easy to find out your diabetes risk score. It only takes 2 minutes and all you need is a scale and measuring tape.