Hi all – don’t forget our first meeting of the year is tonight at the Royal British Legion, Longton. Thanks for all your support last year!
At the usual venue: Royal British Legion, Longton. If you can bring any raffle prizes along on the night that’d be great.
Please note, the next meeting after Christmas will be Wednesday 7th February as we skip January.
Hi all – just a quick reminder that it’s AGM time again. Where did the year go….?
See you next week. Not sure if Fred’s going to sing though.
Just a quick reminder that we meet at 19.30 on Wednesday the fourth of October at:
The Royal British Legion
195-197 Meir Road
Stoke on Trent
FIVE WAYS TO WELLBEING
While you’re here, I pinched this off a leaflet my Mum was given. It’s intended as something for older folk to think about, but the principles could apply to us all…
Click the picture to visit the site.
Firstly, welcome to John and Lisa who joined us for the first time at the August meeting.
John has done an amazing job of fundraising £500.00 plus the donation of a stereo for the 102 Ward at Royal Stoke. Thanks to all his sponsors for their kind support.
We wish him all the best with his ongoing treatment and look forward to see them both at future meetings.
A quick note to remind you that the next meeting will take place on Wednesday 6th September at 7.30 pm.
Hope to see you all there!
Don’t bring a jigsaw though…
First of all, a big thank-you to Dave Rushton who attended our July meeting and gave us an interesting insight into Healthwatch Stoke-On-Trent.
Healthwatch act as a link between the users and providers of healthcare. PALS (widely advertised in hospitals) are not independent, whereas Healthwatch are completely independent.
Healthwatch have the power to ‘enter and view’ facilities an make reports on what they find.
Healthwatch work with individuals, community groups and other organisations and provide useful feedback to the providers of healthcare whether or not the feedback is positive.
We can all join in with the Healthwatch community. A good place to start is to read the local Newsletter published online and in printed form. Click on the link below to reach their excellent website…
Contact Healthwatch using the details below…
Headcases Chairman, Fred Goodwin presented a cheque today (13th July 2017) to Wendy Robson, Specialist Head and Neck Cancer Nurse. The money, totalling £876.00 will purchase a new Suction Machine for the benefit of Ward 111 cancer patients.
From left to right: Wendy, Rita, Fred, Janet, Paul, Jackie, Russell.
Welcome to The Swallows
We are a nationwide Head and Neck Cancer Support Charity.
We are Known as ‘The Swallows Head & Neck Cancer Support Group’ because of difficulty a lot of people have with swallowing, this group is designed to help provide information for both patients and their carers.
The Swallows was formed by like-minded cancer patients to help and support fellow sufferers and their carers. If you’re looking for support please come to our next meeting.
Patient & Carer 24/7 Support Line; 07504 725 059