Community Link service - supporting local needs
A new service to help support local people with their health and wellbeing needs has been launched in the East Riding. The Community Link service, run by East Riding Voluntary Action Service (ERVAS), helps people access the right services at the right time.
Sunshine House is Investor in Children
The local community children’s nursing team, including Sunshine House, a service for children and young people with long term or life limiting conditions, has achieved the Investing in Children Membership Award, which recognises and celebrates examples of imaginative practice with children and young people.
Cuppa and Cupcake
As part of Carers Week, the Carers' Information Support Service is offering people the chance to drop in for a cupcake and a cuppa - and a chat about support for carers.\r\n\r\nIf you look after a loved one, we can tell you about the people and organisations who are there to help you, to give you information and to give you a break, if you need it.
CHCP CIC moving up in Yorkshire
Health and care provider City Health Care Partnership CIC is celebrating today after moving up 60 places in the Yorkshire Post’s list of the Top 250 Companies in Yorkshire.
Time to smile
National Smile Month is here again! Since its creation almost 40 years ago, this campaign has aimed to help improve oral health in local communities. CHCP CIC’s Oral Health promotion team works annually with the Oral Health Foundation to promote this national event.
Glowing report from healthcare inspectors
Health care inspectors have praised the quality of services provided by City Health Care Partnership CIC in an inspection report published today.
Living with Dementia Event
East Riding Carers Support Service and Hull’s Carers Information and Support Service (CISS) are joining forces to bring a brand new event aimed at people living with dementia and those who care for them to the region.\r\n\r\nThe new event, called ‘Living with Dementia’, will take place at Hull City Hall 10am-3pm on Wednesday 26 April.
Local health visitor’s project gets national backing
The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) has announced the eleven nurse-led projects that will benefit from funding and a year-long professional development programme. A local project led by a Hull health visitor from City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC), is one of the recipients.
Protecting babies with Safer Sleep Week
Between 2014 and 2015, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) claimed the lives of 266 babies in Yorkshire and the Humber.