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A 74-year-old Skelmersdale man is among a number of people with respiratory problems being supported to regain their self-confidence and independence on a new exercise programme launched in West Lancashire.
Young people who have received support from Devon’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service attended the Exeter Pride event to engage with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community.
A Citizens’ Panel member believes Virgin Care is adding value to local healthcare ever since becoming a member of the panel early this year.
Two Virgin Care Community Matrons working in Surrey Heath have been recognised by local NHS commissioners, colleagues and patients for making a difference in the care they provide to patients and in supporting colleagues.
West Lancashire Adult Community and Urgent Care Services is encouraging locals to sign up to its Citizens’ Panel, a virtual group of local people who want to be informed, asked and involved in delivering transformation, as it gears up to mark its first full year in May.
Each month Virgin Care makes one change in every single service it runs as a direct result of feedback from the people who use the services.
Virgin Care is making it easier to access Wiltshire Children’s Community Services, enabling children and their families to get the help they need more efficiently.
Parents, carers and social workers have praised Virgin Care-run registered children’s homes for helping improve their children’s confidence and skills following a stay at one of the homes across Devon.
Wellbeing House – a short-term residential service that aims to de-escalate mental health problems before they reach crisis point – received national recognition at the 2018 UK Housing Awards held in London last week.
Virgin Care, one of the largest independent providers of NHS services in England with more than 400 health and social care services, is celebrating a successful year of projects to improve services designed, developed and delivered by its frontline health and care colleagues.
Inpatient Therapists in Surrey can continue to give extra help and support to people returning to living independently following rehabilitation at Farnham Hospital, after Virgin Care together with the hospital’s League of Friends and the local Farnham Hedgehogs charity funded a newly modified car.
A new initiative for people staying on the ward at Livingstone Community Hospital has started to help encourage feedback that allows the hospital to improve services for the people who use them.