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Essex health team win award for supporting young people’s emotional wellbeing at national NHS Parliamentary ceremony
A team of child and young person wellbeing practitioners (CYPPs) from Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service (ECFWS) were awarded Regional Champions Excellence in Mental Health Care at a recent NHS Parliamentary Awards ceremony held in London.
Learn and play: Children in Braintree will have new and educational outdoor area just in time for summer
The outdoor area at Carousel Family Hub has undergone much needed renovations just in time for the summer and the easing of COVID-19-related social restrictions, thanks to a grant from Virgin Care.
Virgin Care have been featured in a new report which shines a light on the vital role independent providers of primary, community and diagnostic services have played in supporting the NHS during the most recent waves of the pandemic.
Children in Basildon with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), are set to benefit from two newly renovated sensory rooms, built in Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service’s (ECFWS) facilities.
ECFWS is run by Virgin Care in partnership with children’s charity Barnardo’s, who provide free and easy access health services in the community. The project is working to help improve and understand accessibility to dental services for families in the region
UNICEF, which runs the Baby Friendly Initiative, has revalidated the gold standard awarded last year to Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service.
Breastfeeding rates in Wiltshire are above the national average, but our commissioned service is keen to ensure that more women are able to breastfeed and for as long as they want to.
The immunisation, health and developmental records of nearly half a million children across Lancashire are now being managed by a single information system.
Find out more about how we’re supporting children like Alfie develop their communication skills through the use of technological devices.
Despite all the obstacles posed by the pandemic, the team responsible for giving school children in Wiltshire, BANES and Devon their flu vaccine have become record breakers.
Some of Virgin Care’s face-to-face contacts were suspended due to the pandemic, but we’re delighted to reintroduce a new series of sessions in Lancashire.
How we introduced a digital immunisations consent service to transform the way that we give children important vaccinations, improve patient care, save the NHS money and reduce risks.