Resources

WCYC Communications Tools

Please support us by promoting WCYC in your community, our resources below will support you to do this. If you are unable to print material the tools yourself please contact kelly.baxter@mvdauk.uk.org and we can arrange to have some delivered to you for use. 

Please also keep us informed of where and when you have shared/ displayed resources so we can keep track. 

Many thanks for your support.

Our social media image can be copied from here:

Improving Access in Mental Health South Tees

Healthwatch South Tees (HWST) needs your help to engage communities across Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland. All responses will contribute to the development of Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Foundation Trust (TEWV) mental health Community Transformation programme and inform the approach of the local Mental Health Alliance.

Carers are identified as one of the priority groups.

We Care You Care E-bulletins

We produce and share regular e-bulletins with a wide range of local professionals working with or alongside carers. 

Our e-bulletins include:

  • Information on the Communication and Campaigns project
  • Local and national news
  • Reports
  • Funding opportunities

Subscribe and view our latest e-bulletin:

We Care You Care Website Review

We are seeking reviews from website visitors to help us to improve the We Care You Care website moving forward. 

The website review is now live until midday on Friday 23 July 2021. 

We have created an online survey that will take between 5-10 minutes for people to complete:

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WCYCreview 

We have also created a printable pdf that can be completed and posted back to us for anybody who is unable to complete the form online:

RCBCs Short Breaks for Disabled Children Framework

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council's Short Breaks for Disabled Children Framework has recently re-opened for new bids (see attached poster).  Providers who have experience in supporting and caring for children and young people with disabilities or additional needs are encouraged to apply to join.  To apply to join the Framework you would need to register on NEPO and submit a bid, all registered providers must have an overall rating of Good or above at the time of submission.

The benefits of joining the framework are: