Keep in touch with the latest news from The Coalition and our partners.
Our partner, Disability Rights UK is one of the National Delivery Partners for Sport England's Tackling Inequalities Fund. The fund aims to reduce the negative impact of Covid-19 and any widening of inequalities in participation rates in sport and physical activity. The Get Yourself Active team at Disability Rights UK is accepting applications from User Led Organisations, or organisations which can demonstrate a user-led project idea, that supports disabled people, and/or people with long-term health conditions, to keep active in a Covid-19 safe environment and in a way that is right for them. For more details about the fund, including how to apply, please contact email@example.com or call on 0203 687 0784.
Starting in January 2021, our partner - Disability Rights UK - is releasing a series of 'Active at Home' videos they have developed alongside Sense and Durham University. These are accessible pre-recorded videos to support disabled people to get active at home during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Society of Occupational Medicine, with Public Health England, are hosting a series of webinars on key issues with follow up briefing sheets for employers, line managers and employees - that can support employee wellbeing, productivity and avoid legal challenge.
The Coalition for Personalised Care, which was previously known as the Coalition for Collaborative Care, is re-launching today as C4PC. The partnership is launching its new brand under the new leadership of Heidi Wright and Kim Ryley as co-chairs.
Expressions of interest for a project which aims to improve people’s mental health through green social prescribing.
Public Health England is conducting an evidence review on social prescribing approaches for migrant populations in England.