A number of partners are working together to apply for funding to get people more active and increase participation in football and other sports. Active Humber would like to know how you feel about physical activity and what would encourage you to get more involved. This will help them to understand more about the kinds of activities they could offer.
CASE is working with partners on a new short project called Sensemakers. The project involves finding out what has worked well and not worked in terms of a wide variety of organisations through the CV-19 pandemic across the East Midlands.
CASE are looking for organisations to complete a survey. The ultimate purpose is to identify case studies of good practice that can be shared and showcased across the sector, and then to inform the design of business support going forward.
Though the survey is open to all types of organisation, they are keen on a co-operative voice to be heard. If you would be interested in taking part in the survey, the link is as follows:
From The Children’s Society’s Prevention Programme:
The Children’s Society’s Prevention Programme are working with the Home Office and the Department for Transport to identify exploitation and abuse concerns linked to Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles.
We have created a survey and are interested in hearing from all professionals who may be able to provide insight into the scale and nature of exploitation and the use of Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles.
The survey closes on Friday 26th March 2021.
We would like to capture the insights from as many people as possible. Please do circulate this to colleagues who you feel may have insights to share, including licensing teams, police, social care, education and staff working in children’s homes.
If you do have any work occurring within the Taxi service or transport to raise awareness of Child Exploitation and would like support with this do reach out and we will aim to support in any way we can.
The NHS Volunteer project is seeking information about the volunteer response to Covid. This survey is for individuals and organisations that were involved in some aspect of volunteering during the pandemic, either as a volunteer, an organisation that used or deployed volunteers, or a person who wanted volunteer assistance.
The survey is specifically for people in the Humber, Coast and Vale area, which includes North East Lincolnshire.
We would be grateful if you could complete the survey and if relevant send it to your wider network.
Help us to shape the future of your healthcare services
Across the Humber, the NHS and local partners are looking at ways to improve healthcare in our region and we want your input to help us make the best changes for you and your family.
The Humber Acute Services programme is looking at how to make healthcare work better for local people. It is looking at the types of healthcare and treatments that people typically receive from one of our five main hospitals in the region:
Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby
Scunthorpe General Hospital
Hull Royal Infirmary
Castle Hill Hospital
Goole and District Hospital
We are thinking about how these services could be provided differently in the future, whether in hospitals or GP surgeries, at home or on the high street.
Please take 5 minutes to complete this short survey to help us understand what is most important to you as we work to plan for the future.
The survey will be live from Monday 8 March to Monday 5 April 2021.
Occupational therapy aims to support children and young people to meet their daily physical, sensory, learning and self-care needs. Their aim is to help children improve their ability to live as independently as possible so that they can participate in the activities that are important to them. Occupational Therapists do this by identifying challenges in their everyday lives. We want to ensure the right support and services are in place to help you to understand, manage and reduce or resolve their symptoms where possible.
This survey can be completed by a family member or the child / young person accessing the service. For an even greater understanding of your views, it could be answered together.
To support children and young people who experience speech, language, communication issues and/or eating, drinking or swallowing difficulties, support is available from various teams dependent on individual age and need such as; Family Hub staff, School staff and Hospital Therapists.
This survey consists of 17 questions and should take about 10 minutes to complete.
VCSE Alliance, working in partnership with North East Lincolnshire Council are launching a new online directory service to support the voluntary and community sector by providing an online platform for organisations and groups of all sizes to promote their activities and services. Simply Connect will grow to be a significant resource to support the sector and the community, providing publicly searchable information. Simply Connect is a free service for users and organisations.
If you know of a VCS organisation or group that maybe struggles to get the word out about the great work it does, share this with them! Even if your usual service activities have been temporarily suspended, it’s still worth making contact. If you’re providing a benefit to our community in North East Lincolnshire, we want to hear from you. Email enquiries to email@example.com or call Adrian on 07394 564500.
Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), designed by Aura and the University of Hull,– The Future Net Zero Survey seeks to understand how the region’s businesses are preparing to ‘build back better’ after the twin challenges of Covid-19 and Brexit and how they are innovating and working towards meeting the 2050 Net Zero targets set by the UK Government on all carbon emissions.
The results will feed into a significant study which will provide the region – through the Aura Innovation Centre and its partners in the survey (including KCOM, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Hull City Council, business and experts from the University) – with a unique insight into how SMEs in the region are addressing the barriers and issues to meet Net Zero targets. It will highlight how companies are seizing opportunities to tackle and transform the way we do business and help ensure that the UK stays at the forefront of the green industrial revolution.
North East Lincolnshire is home to thousands of current and ex-serving men and women and their families from across the armed forces.
You are representative of this community and you all form an important part of North East Lincolnshire’s community, bringing with you skills and a contribution that is both unique and valuable.
As part of our commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant and together with other key public and private sector organisations, we are constantly seeking ways to strengthen those existing partnerships and help the local armed forces community. Your responses to this survey will help with this.