Bath and North East Somerset - Virgin Care
Residents of BaNES and Wiltshire with hearing loss are being offered a free course to help them with communications in their everyday lives.
A 95-year-old has shown how taking care of your health is always important after lifestyle changes helped him lose weight and lower his blood sugar level meaning he is no longer considered diabetic.
Adults with learning disabilities or autism and their carers can benefit from trampolining and bowling sessions from local health and care provider Virgin Care and Bath Sports and Leisure Centre.
Jayne is currently completing the Customer Service Practitioner Apprenticeship whilst working as an administrator in The Learning Enterprise, Virgin Care’s training and development arm, and is based at Milward House in Keynsham, Somerset.
Victoria Bresnan is working on a Business Administration Apprenticeship with Virgin Care’s Bath & North East Somerset Community Health and Care Services.
A specialist paediatric audiologist has been recognised for her commitment to developing a suite of up-to-date patient information for parents of children with hearing loss across Bath and North East Somerset and parts of Wiltshire and Somerset.
A four year old boy’s speech has improved thanks to the help of therapy dog Milly and the Speech and Language Service run by Virgin Care.
Paulton Community Hospital, run by Virgin Care held a Christmas Fayre on Saturday 1 December, to give patients, staff and visitors an opportunity to enjoy the festive season.
We oversee some community health and social care services in Bath and North East Somerset.
A Bath and North East Somerset woman has transformed her life since being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes after accessing free local support to understand her condition.
People living with learning difficulties have been able to enjoy an evening of music, good company and delicious, nutritious food at the SWALLOW Community Café after the charity received dedicated funds to run two Bistro Supper Clubs to support people with learning difficulties
Children, young people, families and carers praised the work done by Wansdyke Play Association this year after making the most of the great outdoors after the association used dedicated funding to support children and their development through ‘play’.