With less than a week to go until Scotland’s local council elections, Children’s Health Scotland is proud to be part of a group of Scottish young people and organisations that have signed an open letter to council election candidates, calling for youth voices and concerns to be heard.
Walk your Dog Month: the benefits of dogs for children and young people
January is Walk your Dog Month. They say that a dog is for life, not just for Christmas, so to everyone who made a new furry edition to their family at the end of 2021, here are some great reasons why dogs are man’s best friend.
Seven-year-old Emily Donn from Renfrewshire wins a national Scottish Children’s Health Award
Today we are pleased to announce that seven-year-old Emily Donn from Renfrewshire as a winner of a Young Achiever Award. Emily’s story is captured below by journalist and TV Presenter Catriona Shearer.
ECHC Children’s Wellbeing Team win a national Scottish Children’s Health Award
Today we are pleased to announce the Children’s Wellbeing Team at Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity (ECHC) as the winner of the Health and Wellbeing Award. Their story is captured below by journalist and TV Presenter Catriona Shearer.
SMS:CONNECT Service receive £56,000 funding from the ALLIANCE Self-Management Fund
We are thrilled that our SMS:CONNECT Service has received £56,000 funding from the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland Self-Management Fund .
Care Day 2020
Care Day is an annual international celebration of the Care Experienced community and this year it takes place today – Friday 21 February 2020. It exists to celebrate and champion all Care Experienced people and this year the theme is Reimagining.