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A special Zoom meeting on managing the impact of COVID 19 in the North East Tuesday 19 May 20
You are invited to a special Zoom meeting on managing the impact of COVID 19 in the North East.
Managing COVID 19 in the East of England - a Zoom meeting report
CSP members from the East of England came together on Tuesday 12th May for a regional gathering with a difference. More than 70 members met via Zoom to trial a virtual discussion on managing COVID 19 in the East of England.
Joint response to government inquiry highlights right to rehab
The CSP has led a joint response from more than 20 organisations to a cross-party government inquiry into how NHS and care services are delivered during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
CSP joins call for rate relief
The CSP is part of an alliance of professional and trade bodies that has today called on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to extend rate relief to professionals operating through small businesses.
Temporary changes to assessment and management of children and young people with special needs
The CSP is advising members to familiarise themselves with temporary legislative powers relating to education, health and care (EHC) needs assessments and plans for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in England, which the government has introduced under The Coronavirus Act.
Government grants one-year visa extensions to physiotherapists, after CSP lobbying
Physiotherapists, and their families, will now be included in the government’s new visa extension scheme, following calls from the CSP and other trade unions.
12-5-2020 Managing COVID 19 in the East of England - special Zoom meeting
You are invited to a special Zoom meeting on managing the impact of COVID 19 in the East of England.
New Frontline on its way
The May issue of Frontline is out next week.
CSP Wales welcomes funding for Coronavirus recovery
The Welsh Government yesterday (29 April) announced £10m of funding for Wales’ health and social care organisations to help get those recovered from Covid-19 home sooner.