START2GREAT is a FREE package of business support provided by the Marches Growth Hub. It is for anyone who wants to set up a business and includes individual coaching, masterclasses and workshops. Working with SIL the Hub will support any disabled people in Herefordshire who have a business idea by offering free support to help […]
We cordially invite you to the 2017 Annual General Meeting on Thursday 5th October from 12pm-3pm with lunch at 12.15pm. This year’s theme is assistive technology with a guest speaker, election of trustees, buffet lunch and market place of assistive technology providers and services. RSVP before Friday 22nd September 2017 to Shelagh Callaghan on 01568 616653 or […]
NEWS RELEASE Number 030/17 27 July 2017 SIL achieves Coveted Disability Confident Leader status Services for Independent Living (SIL) is pleased to announce that the organisation has been recognised as a ‘Disability Confident Leader’ in the UK and is one of only 25 organisations in the country to have achieved this accolade. SIL, which ensures […]
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WISH OFFICE, BASED AT HEREFORD LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY 10TH JULY 2017. The team will be based at Moorfield House Surgery, 35 Edgar Street between 2pm and 3.30pm, alternatively you can call 01432 383880 between 9.30am-5pm. The office will reopen as usual on Tuesday 11th July 2017 at 9.30am. […]
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is encouraging disabled members of the public to participate in their ‘Share Your Experience’ (SYE) initiative. The aim is to gain and use people’s experiences of services regulated by CQC to improve the overall quality of care in England. This consists of five questions which can be answered anonymously and […]
We are excited to present our first ever Yearbook. Find out what we do behind the scenes and learn more about some of the extraordinary things we get up to! We hope you enjoy our review and if you would like to attend some of our events, please contact us for information on what’s […]
Changes are afoot for the Hereford City Shopmobility Service as cuts in grant funding over recent years begin to bite. The service is managed by Services for Independent Living (SIL), which has had to rely heavily on grant funding to keep the service running.
Due to a funding shortfall it has been decided to reduce the number of days that Shopmobility will be open. From the 1st April 2017, we will be running the service each Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. The times of opening remain unchanged.
Dewis Centre for Independent Living are providing a free of charge advocacy service for adults aged 18 and over (or 16 and over in transition) who are ordinarily resident in the ABUHB area who: Have a mental health issue Are at risk of developing a mental health issue Are caring for someone with a mental […]
Since Christmas Gwent’s Foodbank supplies have drastically depleted. They are in need of a variety of items. If you would like to donate something please drop it into the box at the Wellbeing Centre 24 George Street Pontypool NP4 6BY or alternatively items can be taken to the Phoenix Project in Brynmawr. Please click on […]
It’s an exciting time for the Wellbeing Information and Signposting in Herefordshire (WISH) team as they look forward to saying goodbye to the hub in St Peter’s Street and moving into their new accommodation in the refurbished library in Hereford’s Broad Street at the end of January.
Hereford City Shopmobility Service received an early Christmas present thanks to the generosity of the Herefordshire Masons, who gave a much needed boost to funds. In recent years the Shopmobility service has struggled to make ends meet and has been reliant on the generosity of local businesses and external grant funding to enable it to […]
SIL Mannequin Challenge! Click here to view video