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Your Weather Hub

Welcome to Your Weather Hub, your ultimate resource for expert guidance on keeping those in your care comfortable all year-round.

Whether it’s beating the summer heat or staying cozy in winter, we offer tailored tips and resources for healthcare and social care providers. Use our hub to plan ahead and stay ahead of all seasonal challenges.

Beat the summer heat with our FREE resources!

With summer starting on 20 June, you need to be prepared, we’ll be rolling out lots more free resources to keep you and the people in your care cool and healthy. Keep an eye out for our highly popular Ultimate Heatwave Toolkit, along with other handy tips and posters!

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Free resources for you to share with your team to help you deliver the best care to your service users, whatever the weather

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Ready for summer?

Summer is here. Download this free poster with 5 tops tips to help get your  care service ready for the hot weather

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Be aware of health risks

Serious health risks in a heatwave are heat stress, heat exhaustion and heatstroke. Learn how to help prevent them, symptoms and what to do in case of an emergency.


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Take our summer quiz

Know how to keep the people you care and support cool in the hot weather.  Take our quiz to see if you do.

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Answers to our summer quiz

You did the quiz, but did you get the answers right on how to keep your service users cool in hot weather  Find our now.

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Driving tips

Let’s face it, UK weather is becoming increasingly unpredictable. Use this free PowerPoint so you and your team know what to do if you are required to drive in heavy rain and storms.


Winter Driving Pocket Guide - a yellow car driving through snow
Winter Driving

It’s important to be prepared for driving in the winter months, as dark nights and colder weather draws in. Be sure to follow this pocket guide for some handy driving.

Top tips to help those in your care stay warm this winter
Stay warm

We’ve compiled some useful tips for domiciliary care workers to ensure their service users stay warm in their own homes this winter.