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Farm Family Key Skills

Research by the Farm Safety Partnership suggests that as many as 100 accidents per month happen on Northern Ireland farms which require some form of medical attention. In spring 2018, CAFRE in conjunction with NFU Mutual launched Farm Family First Aid Awareness training. This training covers basic First Aid procedures for common injuries occurring on […]

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Chi Me Training

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Introduction to Sexual Health

Introduction to Sexual Health This is a new session aimed at those engaging with people in the community who have the opportunity to promote sexual health and link people with services, e.g. youth and community, teaching staff, social workers, personal advisors etc. Please return your application forms to – HealthandWellbeing.TrainingBookings@northerntrust.hscni.net

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World Breastfeeding Awareness Week 2018

It’s World Breastfeeding Week so we’re highlighting Visit the link below for the health benefits of breastfeeding and its importance to both mum and baby. www.pha.site/Breastfeeding2018 Find a venue near to you at www.breastfedbabies.org #NotSorryMums #breastfeeding #WorldBreastfeedingWeek

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Antrim & Newtownabbey Flood Protection Scheme

If you have been affected by last nights weather and would like an assessment to help claim under the Homeowner Flood Protection Grant Scheme, please contact our environmental health team via T. 028 9034 0160

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Mid And East Antrim Council Play Strategy

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council currently provides 69 play parks, many of which have limited play value and don’t fully engage children and young people. Via the Play Strategy, Council is seeking to improve the quality of the play provision in the Borough, which could result in fewer but better quality play parks. The […]

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Is your waist line creeping up

Measuring up properly can help you check if you’re inching towards bad health. Having a waistline of 37 inches or more for a man and 32 inches or more for a woman can put you at a greater risk of developing heart disease, some cancers and Type 2 diabetes. Find out how to maintain a […]

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Health Matters at Work Initiative

Health Matters at Work Initiative Could your workplace benefit from a FREE Health & Wellbeing Support Service? Due to a funded initiative (supported by the Public Health Agency) Health Matters can provide your business with a free health & wellbeing support service for 1 year. To find out what free services your businesses can avail […]

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