To read the Winter 2022 Magazine, CLICK HERE. The festive Winter edition of the Children’s Health Scotland magazine is now available to view online. So, get cosy, grab and hot drink, and enjoy!
Eve Mclaren has just started college, studying Animal Care. It’s a massive achievement, but has also been a huge step for her, having been diagnosed with autism and also dyslexia and dyspraxia.
We are thrilled to be able to get out and about once again and speak in person about our work and the services that we provide here at Children’s Health Scotland! So when we were chosen to present a spotlight session at The NHS Scotland Event 2022 in Aberdeen at P + J Live, we […]
Children’s Health Scotland is proud to support Children’s Mental Health Week, which takes from 7 – 13 February 2022 and is organised by Place2Be.
For Holyrood Connect’s 5th annual Digital Health and Care Awards, Children’s Health Scotland’s SMS:CONNECT programme has been shortlisted for the Innovative Mental Health Services Award!
Season’s Greetings! With 2021 drawing to a close and Christmas day approaching fast, we asked the children and young people we work for their Winter Wellbeing tips.
To read the Winter 2021 magazine, CLICK HERE. Our festive Winter 2021 magazine, which is packed full of great news and features, is now available to download or view online. In this edition we feature our Have a Phenomenal Christmas giving campaign which has been launched with the help of Bear and Snowman. All funds […]
The newest edition of the CHS magazine is now available to view online. The Autumn magazine is packed full of great stories, such as celebrating the success of Scottish Children’s Health Week and Awards 2021 and the impact of SMS:CONNECT.
For #BEKIND Saturday of Scottish Children’s Health Week 2021, we want to emphasise how everyone can be kind to themselves as well as others.
For #BEFRIENDLY Friday of Scottish Children’s Health Week 2021, 17 year old Alex discusses how being disabled has affected their friendships and how they sought out social interactions while managing their health.