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Empowering Ethnic Minorities: Help & Care Partners with DREC

Help & Care in partnership with Dorset Race Equality Council set to empower minority communities across Dorset through vital support and inclusivity initiatives.Read more.

A new voice for people on the Isle of Wight

The new Island-wide Involving People service will run from the 1st April 2024 with the aim of ensuring that people involved with adult social care services have a voice. The service will provide opportunities for peer support, forums to discuss areas of interest and advice, information, and signposting.Read more.

Tackling inequalities in Cancer care: new website launches

We are delighted to be launching a brand-new Community Research website, championing the collaborative work we are involved in to tackle inequalities in Cancer care across the Wessex Region (Hampshire, Dorset and Isle of Wight).Read more.

Championing Innovative Research with LGBTQ+ Populations for over 20 Years

Help & Care has a long history of supporting the LGBTQ+* community and undertaking groundbreaking research into inclusivity, mental wellbeing, and access to healthcare.Read more.

Supporting Vital Research

Help and Care are working in partnership with researchers from Bournemouth University (BU), and a number of health partners across Dorset including University Hospitals Dorset (UHD) and local primary care networks to develop a new digital intervention to help patients manage their symptoms of frailty and long-term medical conditions.Read more.

Access Wellbeing Landmark Collaboration

The Access Wellbeing Programme, led by Help & Care, BCHA and the Lantern Trust, is set to transform community mental health services across Dorset by ensuring that people can rapidly access immediate comprehensive support without the need for referrals. Read about our collaborative efforts and immediate support initiativesRead more.

Tackling Cancer Care Inequalities at Parliament

Whatever It Takes were invited to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer to share research findings and call for change.Read more.

Early Intervention to Live Better with Dementia

This article highlights why early intervention can help not only those with dementia, but their loved ones. A diagnosis opens doors to extra support, and provides a sense of relief and closure to help people deal with and plan for the future.Read more.

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