The next meeting of Epilepsy HERE will be held the Annual General Meeting at Canterbury Umbrella Centre ,St Peter's Place, Canterbury,Kent,CT1 2DB on Tuesday 5th July at 7.30 pmin the presence of the Lord Mayor M. Gore Metccalfe and the Lady Mayoress Mrs. Lillian Metcalfe .Come along to hear Denise Wilkes the Head of Clinical Services in the Kent Community NHS Trusttalk about the specialist nurse services and meet others with an interest in epilepsy and find how we can help you.
Wednesday 20th July 2016
Please come along, see what we do and enjoy a day with us at Canterbury Umbrella.
St Peters Place, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2DB
01227 767 660
Your opportunity to make a difference to your NHS
If so, the Swale Patient Liaison Group (PLG) would love to hear from you as we are expanding!
What we do
We are a group of local people who act as ‘critical friends’ to NHS Swale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the organisation that plans and buys most local health services. We work with patients, members of the public, third sector organisations and charities to help shape local healthcare, ensuring that our community is represented in planning and delivering NHS services.
All are welcome to apply for this voluntary role
We welcome applications from everyone but are really keen to engage with people who live rurally, carers, young people, new mums and members from all groups who regularly tell us that they want their voice to be heard more often. If you feel the same way, please use this as your opportunity to get involved and make that change.
This is a voluntary role, and our group meets bi-monthly. You will be reimbursed for travel costs and may be eligible for other out-of-pocket expenses as a result of attending Swale PLG meetings.
Find out more or request an application form
Applications must be submitted by 10 June 2016 and can be returned via the email address above or by post to: Freepost RTEZ-GUZS-HJYY, NHS Swale Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS Swale CCG), Bramblefield Clinic, Grovehurst Road, Kemsley, Sittingbourne, ME10 2ST.
Why not come along to our "Coffee Break" at Whitstable United Reformed Church, Middle Wall, Whitstable CT5 1BW on any third Tuesday for a friendly coffe and chat.
Purple Day takes place March 26 annually in countries around the world to help promote awareness of epilepsy. Epilepsy affects over 50 million people worldwide or approximately 1 in 100 people. In 2010, hundreds of people representing all continents except Antarctica participated in Purple Day for epilepsy and that number is already expected to increase in 2013