This free training is appropriate for anyone working in the Mid Sussex area with older people aged 65+ living in their own homes or families with children under five. It is taking place on 27 January at Clair hall Haywards Heath starting at9.30 am – 1.30 pm.
Bookings are necessary. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact email@example.com or leave a message on the unattended answerphone 01444 242760 if you eg you run an older people’s or toddlers’ group, cannot get along to the training but would like to know more about Heat for Health.
Top tips for adults
- Keep warm – set your heating to at least 18°C in winter and dress for the weather indoors and out
- Keep healthy – have the flu jab if aged 65+, eat well and stay activeto make your home more energy efficient, improve your heating and reduce your energy bills. Visit for more information about this.
Take up all the help that is available to you to make your home more energy efficient, improve your heating and reduce your energy bills. Visit www.midsussex.westsussexwellbeing.org.uk/topics/healthy-home/keep-warm for more information about this.
Ring Mid Sussex Wellbeing on 01444 477191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and guidance.
Heat for Health is a Mid Sussex partnership initiative to help keep you warm and well, funded by a grant awarded to Mid Sussex Older People’s Council by the British Gas Energy Trust.
Prompted by statistics that a national newspaper reported as showing the highest number of winter deaths since the turn of the millennium, the partnership including Mid Sussex District Council, Mid Sussex Wellbeing and the Children and Family Centres, is hoping to raise awareness particularly in households with an older person aged 65 or more or a child under 5 of the importance of keeping not too hot and not too cold in order to stay healthy, and the help available to do this.