A virtual teaching session to help young people cope with the pressures of coronavirus is being offered by our Wiltshire business unit to all secondary schools in the county after a successful trial over the summer.
We have launched a new system that allows health and social care professionals to securely share records of 189,000 residents to provide better, proactive and more focused community care across Bath and North East Somerset (BaNES).
Our Essex children and families community service model should be adopted by others in a post-pandemic world, report shows
Health and social care providers across the UK should consider our Essex ‘Civic Health Model’ as part of their post Covid-19 response to combat health inequality and help break barriers to social mobility, a new report states.
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.
Essex School Nurse Tracey Torrie wins Queen’s Nursing Institute award for helping vulnerable families during lockdown
School Nurse Tracey Torrie was awarded the prestigious Dora Roylance Memorial Prize during a special online ceremony on Wednesday 30th September for her work at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A jobseeker diagnosed with a brain tumour at the age of six has told how landing a new role at the world famous Roman Baths through our special career mentoring scheme has ‘given him purpose’ and had ‘a huge impact on his life’.
Rugby playing Gabriella Alves is urging people across Bath and North East Somerset to quit smoking for Stoptober as doing so has improved her health and her performance on the pitch.
Wellness Service Manager Sarah Button has told how we are helping to raise awareness of hidden disabilities, and it’s all thanks to her ‘inspirational’ eight-year-old.
When Covid-19 made it impossible for our Wiltshire’s Community Paediatric team to hold essential face to face appointments with young people with ADHD, their colleagues in the Public Health School Nursing team stepped in during their summer break to help out.
Sending your little one to primary school for the first time can be emotional and stressful, and we understand it may be even more so this year. Read our advice.
Family nurse Alison Ancrum has found an unexpected positive side to the coronavirus pandemic – going for socially distanced walks with parents and their children to help them open up and be more frank.
Our online breastfeeding sessions have led to an increase in people using the service and even mums with babies just a few days old are able to log on and take part.