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’.
More and more people are using postal testing kits for their sexual health testing across Grimsby and Scunthorpe, ever since Virgin Care introduced its online sexual health hub in 2017.
Virgin Care has published its achievements made over 2017/18 across all its community services the organisation runs on behalf of the NHS and local councils, following publication of its Quality Account.
Four new mobile heart rate monitors are helping Swale’s Cardiac Heart Failure and Cardiac Rehab teams capture better heart-rate activity, after a kind donation from the community hospital’s League of Friends.
Groups and charities working to improve health and ease loneliness across Bath and North East Somerset are invited to apply to the county’s Community Wellness Fund.
St Luke’s Health Centre in Pantile Avenue, Southend on Sea, is pleased to announce that it has achieved an overall rating of ‘good’ from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after its most recent inspection in July.
A smoker of 50 years has finally quit for a healthier lifestyle and praised the help he received after seeking free local support that’s available across Bath and North East Somerset.
Purfleet Care Centre is pleased to announce that it has achieved an overall rating of ‘good’ from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after its most recent inspection in July.
Doctors at North and North East Lincolnshire Dermatology services have praised new equipment available that’s helping patients to feel the difference after using a special ring-fenced fund to improve the service.
Children, young people, parents and carers will now have an improved experience when seeing Wiltshire’s speech and language service after it developed the way it explains appointments to help prepare them and reduce anxiety.
A service user has been able to access support to help him return home from hospital sooner than he thought was possible to be with his family and receive the care and support needed in the comfort of his own home.