Helping residents stay Better Connected
Coffee mornings, craft groups, walking football and Pilates sessions are just some of the ways Medway’s older residents can become more connected to their local communities.
Residents encouraged to get their flu jab
We are encouraging all residents to get their flu vaccine this winter.
Carers First is a finalist for Care Charity of the Year
Carers First has been shortlisted for the Care Charity of the Year in the Kent Charity Awards.
Making carers visible and valued this Carers Week
Local charity, Carers First, which we commission to deliver Medway's Carer Support Service, is on a mission to support and recognise carers this Carers Week.
Update on Medway’s Children’s Services: DfE direction revised
Medway’s independent commissioner for Children’s Services has been stood down in light of the council making good progress in its improvement journey to the services it offers children.
Improving health and social care for Medway residents
A new health and social care shared record system is being launched in Kent and Medway which will deliver significant benefits for the region’s care professionals and its 1.8million residents.
Medway encourages ‘hidden’ carers to come forward this Carers Week
Medway Council is encouraging residents who are looking after loved ones to find out more about the support that is available to them.
New app to support people who care for others
Help to Care, an innovative new mobile phone app, has been launched to support people who care for others in Kent and Medway.