Leading North West businesses were given an insight into the impact of drugs in the workplace in the latest workshop by Gorvins Business Academy.
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Two Lichfield business men are launching a new networking group in a bid to support other local businesses and also help 25 children with life limiting conditions get the holiday of a lifetime.
Brian Milman-Hurst and Gareth Reynolds launch EarlyBirds networking group on Thursday 6th June and will be donating all profits to national charity Caudwell Children’s Keep The Dream Alive appeal.
The appeal was launched by the charity as the Destination Dreams holiday, which has been held annually since 2007, came into jeopardy due to lack of funds.
Today sees the launch of Dying Matters Awareness Week 2013, which aims to change public attitudes and behaviours towards dying, death and bereavement.
The Dying Matters Coalition has various member organisations, including Sue Ryder, which span across the NHS, voluntary and independent health and care sectors.
New research released by the coalition today shows that the majority of people in Britain have not discussed or made any plans for when they die, and as a result are at risk of not getting the appropriate end of life care.
To find out more about Dying Matters, and access a wide range of information and practical resources, visit: www.dyingmatters.org