World Mental Health Day takes place on Sunday 10 October 2021 and is an opportunity for us all to consider how we are feeling and how we can reach out to those around us who may be struggling. The theme this year is “Mental Health in an Unequal World”, which emphasises how we each experience […]
children and young people
Today we are pleased to announce that the Hospital Paediatrics and Neonatal Rights of the Child Group at Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS as the winner of the Healthcare Rights Award. Their story is captured below by journalist and TV Presenter Catriona Shearer.
Carers Week starts today (7-13 June 2021) with the aim of celebrating and recognising the vital contribution of the UK’s unpaid carers.
More than 90,000 primary school pupils will be entitled to new free school meal support in term time.
This week Children’s Health Scotland are very grateful to be a part of the Co-op Payout Celebration, as we receive a HUGE donation of £1508.58 from the Co-op Local Community Fund.
Last week we were so pleased to announce that environmental advocate and children’s television presenter Rory Crawford is now a Children’s Health Scotland Ambassador! To celebrate this Halloween weekend, Rory read a wonderful rendition of ‘Trixie the Witch’s Cat’ by Nick Butterworth for all of our followers on social media.
We are delighted to announce that Rory Crawford is joining Children’s Health Scotland as a charity Ambassador! Rory has been a big part of CHS for a while and we are huge fans of the wonderful renditions of children’s stories that he reads for us.
For this #feelgoodfriday we’re delighted to unveil the Children and Young People Continence Service Fife as a winner of a Scottish Children’s Health Award. The team has won the Improving Life Experiences Award and their story is captured below by journalist and TV presenter Catriona Shearer.
With current lockdown conditions it has been difficult to keep the voices of families and carers at the forefront of the delivery of the Social Work Programme at Edinburgh Napier University.
Children’s Health Scotland provides training directly to Kinship Carers which we can deliver FREE OF CHARGE thanks to our funding from the Scottish Government and other trusts and foundations.