Lancashire Healthy Young Person and Family Service - Virgin Care
Our Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service has trained a new team of volunteers who will soon be providing support to parents in Burnley, helping them to develop their skills and give their children the best start in life.
UNICEF, which runs the Baby Friendly Initiative, has revalidated the gold standard awarded last year to Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service.
The immunisation, health and developmental records of nearly half a million children across Lancashire are now being managed by a single information system.
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.
Read about how our virtual groups for parents and carers in Lancashire are bringing families together and helping to beat the isolation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Achievements made over 2019/20 across Lancashire, following the publication of the services’ Quality Accounts.
EPEC (Empowering Parents Empowering Communities) is a unique and innovative programme run by parents, for parents, that is coming to Burnley.
Virgin Care’s transforming health visiting and school nursing services in Lancashire.
Thousands of people in Lancashire have benefited from a group of children’s community services staff who volunteered to become care home swabbers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
School children can access help and advice through our confidential text service during the summer holidays
Virgin Care’s school nurses are on hand to give young people help and advice on a range of issues via its confidential Chathealth texting service.
United Nations organisation UNICEF, which runs the Baby Friendly Initiative, has awarded gold standard to the Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service.
The Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service has transformed its Single Point of Access (SPA) into a virtual service.