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2015 Care Accolades Awards

The 2015 WSPiC West Sussex Care Accolades were held on Thursday 15th October at the Wetlands Centre in Arundel. West Sussex Partners in Care organised the event in conjunction with West Sussex County Council. Click the images to open a larger view. Congratulations to all the winners, runners up and nominees.

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Emergency medication for epileptic seizures

Competencies and workbook regarding the administration of emergency medication for epileptic seizures in individuals with learning disabilities developed by Sussex Community NHS Trust are available to download from this page. Download the Buccal Midazolam Competency excel worksheet. The Buccal Midazolam Workbook. (Word doc). The Buccal Midazolam Workbook – Answers. (Word doc).

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Annual General Meeting – 7th May 2015

The 7th May saw the West Sussex Partner’s in Care Annual General Meeting take place. Below is a transcript of Rosmary Pavoni’s (Chair) speech. Also available for download is the accompanying slide presentation. Setting the scene-looking back over the last year and looking forward Today, West Sussex Partners in Care is the largest representative body […]

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2014 Care Accolades Awards

The 2014 Care Accolades Award ceremony was held on the 16th of October at the Arundel Wetlands Centre and event to be remembered! After a personal video message from the CQC’s Andrea Sutcliffe, Peter Catchpole (the West Sussex Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health) addressed the audience about the importance of quality, followed […]

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West Sussex Care Accolades Awards 2014

The 5th West Sussex Care Accolades Awards held at Arundel Wetlands on Tuesday 15th October 2014 was truly inspirational and our congratulations go to all of those people and organisations receiving awards. The West Sussex Care Accolades is a great way to recognise the hard work and dedication of people working in health and social […]