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By Rob Wallace, volunteer manager, St Clare Hospice |
25 June 2019
Young people learn about palliative care and provide much-valued support to vulnerable patients.
By Charlotte Goddard |
Programme of workshops gives parents with disabled children the skills and confidence they need to access support services to improve their families' lives.
By Derren Hayes |
Latest data from the National Child Measurement Programme shows that in the 2017/18 academic year, 22.4 per cent of reception age school children in England were classified as overweight or obese, rising to 34.3 per cent for year 6 pupils.
Struggling South West authority aims to tackle high social worker agency and vacancy rates to improve reputation and stability.
By Gabriella Jozwiak |
28 May 2019
Joined-up approach has expanded public health's reach and embedded prevention focus.
By Nina Jacobs |
Consortium of local boroughs form a regional framework.
By Danielle Aumord |
Support for vulnerable young people measured on its social value.
Data allows targeted commissioning of services to meet specific needs.
Creation of not-for-profit company to run children's services aims to rebuild profession's reputation in Berkshire town.
By Alexandra Hobman, LifeSkills training co-ordinator, Barnardo’s |
LifeSkills is an evidence-based early intervention and prevention programme that improves children's emotional health and wellbeing.
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