CLICK HERE to read our newest Annual Review and Impact Report. It’s full of information about how we help children, young people, families, carers and professionals, and how we plan to continue providing essential services in the future.
The global pandemic has changed the way Children’s Health Scotland works but not its aims and objectives. From its onset, and throughout the past year we have continued to ensure that the health and wellbeing of children and young people has remained at the heart of all we do.
The pandemic has forced us to find new and innovative ways of working so that we can continue to provide much needed support to children and young people with health conditions. Through listening, learning, improving, and upscaling, we have internally modified in order to meet new external demands. As a result, the charity now has four distinct services:
- Corporate Services
- Children’s Health and Wellbeing Services
- Care Experienced Children and Young People Services
- Health Rights for Children and Young People Services
When you read through this Annual Review and Impact Report our commitment to do all we can to support the health and wellbeing of children and young people is evident. The services our staff provide are truly impressive and it is with real pride that we capture some of this work in this report.
We understand that the next few years will continue to be extremely challenging as we emerge from the pandemic into a cost-of-living crisis, but we will remain committed to doing everything possible to support the health and wellbeing of children and young people. This cannot be achieved without the continued hard work, knowledge and enthusiasm of our staff, the dedication of our supporters and volunteers, and the generosity of our funders.
Please read the 2021 – 2022 Annual Review and Impact Report to find out more.