Top Violinist to perform at charity concert
A concert in Bridlington featuring a leading international violinist is hoping to raise money for two local good causes, East Riding Community Stroke Team and Yorkshire Cancer Research.
Visit to Swan House, Bridlington
The East Riding Oral Health Team visited Swan House day centre to give advice on how to keep the service users and staff teeth and mouths clean and healthy. As you tell from the photo. Everyone had a great session and both staff and service users said they had learnt a lot on how to keep a nice smile!
Abolish postcode lottery to good dental health
Survey by The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) and Mumsnet reveals difficulty accessing free oral health care and lack of awareness of dental checks for 1 year olds
New urgent treatment services for the East Riding
Urgent Treatment Centres and 8-8 centres open
Families and health care services launch new Down’s Syndrome Care Pathway for Hull
Families, carers, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the Downright Special Network, local health professionals and people with Down’s Syndrome came together on World Down Syndrome Awareness Day 2018 (21 March) to launch the unique Down’s Syndrome Pathway for Hull.
No Smoking Day Events in the East Riding of Yorkshire
The Oral Health Promotion staff have teamed up with the local Health Trainers to raise awareness of how to stop smoking and effects smoking has on the body and mouth. We attended some out patient clinics in Goole District Hospital and provided short educational workshops for staff and pupils at Hornsea School and Language College.
Evolve – Hull Eating Disorder service opens doors to new premises
Evolve, the Hull Eating Disorder service run by City Health Care Partnership CIC, is opening the doors of its new premises on Thursday 1 March and inviting members of the public, health professionals and partners to come along and see what’s on offer.
Differently Abled: making a difference to people with learning disabilities
People with learning disabilities, their friends, family and carers in Hull and the East Riding can get advice and information about the support available to them at a free event next month at the KCOM Stadium.