AWARD 1 | IMPROVING LIFE EXPERIENCES AWARD
3D Drumchapel win Improving Life Experiences Award
3D Drumchapel has been working with children and families in their area for 28 years with the aim of supporting and building strong family foundations. This award recognised their commitment and expertise to improving life experiences of a children and young people.
AWARD 2 | HEALTH AND WELLBEING AWARD
Children’s Wellbeing Team at Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity (ECHC) win Health and Wellbeing Award.
Children are precious and so is their health and wellbeing. ECHC Children’s Wellbeing Team works within the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People in Edinburgh, delivering activities and support to help children and young people to have a positive hospital experience. The team has made a huge difference to the health and wellbeing of a children and young people.
AWARD 3 | HEALTHCARE RIGHTS AWARD
Hospital Paediatrics and Neonatal Rights of the Child Group win Healthcare Rights Award
The rights of all children and young people to the best possible health is enshrined in United Nations Convention. This award acknowledges the extraordinary steps taken by the Hospital Paediatrics and Neonatal Rights of the Child Group to advance the healthcare rights of children and young people.
AWARD 4 | HEALTH-RELATED PLAY AWARD
Edinburgh health play specialist Audrey Mackay wins Health-related Play Award
Health-related play is more than just a chance to have fun; it’s an essential part of treatment that can help to speed up recovery – either in hospital or at home. This year this award recognised the importance and complexity of supporting children and young people who have a brain injury or brain tumour through health-related play. Audrey Mackay works as a play specialist within the Borthwick Ward at the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People in Edinburgh. It’s where young patients with conditions affecting their brain, spine, or nervous system come for tests, treatments, and in-patient stays.
AWARD 5 | CHILDREN’S CHOICE AWARD
12-year-old Enoch Wisdom Membi wins Children’s Choice Award
Enoch Wisdom Membi is dedicating his Children’s Choice Award to all children with Sickle-Cell Anemia disease. The twelve-year-old, who himself suffers with the disease, is not only striving to overcome the complications of the condition but is striving to help others.
AWARD 6 | YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARD
12-year-old Mackenzie Cameron from Cardross wins a Young Achiever Award
12-year-old Mackenzie Cameron has been through more than most kids his age – and more than most adults too. Born with a rare condition, which sadly took the life of his sister, he’s spent a lot of his young life in hospital – sometimes for day treatments, sometimes for long periods.
Seven-year-old Emily Donn from Renfrewshire wins a Young Achiever Award
Emily Donn loves anything to do with spies and secret missions, but this seven-year-old secret agent from Renfrewshire didn’t deduce she’d been nominated for a Scottish Children’s Health Award – so was surprised and delighted to learn she’d won a Young Achiever accolade.
never giving up.
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