You can now view the Carers Federation Annual Report for 2017-18.
NHS Nottingham City CCG have commissioned a video animation aimed at citizens to encourage them to attend medical appointments, and to take children and adults they care for to their appointments. The animation is aimed at raising awareness about the consequences of missing appointments and to ensure that children and adults get the medical care that they need.
Click on the following link to watch the video
SERVICES AVAILABLE IN BROXTOWE FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS
ChangePoint is a FREE Weight Management and Obesity Prevention service commissioned by
Nottinghamshire County Council. We aim improve the health of everyone in our local community by working with key partners and offering a range of services.
Within schools we provide free interactive
educational sessions, emphasising Healthy Eating and
Physical Activity. Sessions include learning whilst
being active, with 4 main topics:
* Eatwell Guide
* Chop and Taste
* Portion Sizes
* Healthy Lunchboxes
Did you know we can also support with facilitating:
* The Daily Mile Project
* Sports Days
* School Events
For more information please contact your district
Health Coach, Adam Lever via:
Nottingham City Council, NHS Nottingham City CCG and the NCSCB have jointly commissioned a video animation to encourage practitioners to identify children as ‘Was Not Brought’ as opposed to ‘Did Not Attend’ when referring to them not being presented at medical appointments.
At Nottinghamshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), the Single Point of Access Team are looking at the best way to offer self-referrals. We would like to get this right and offer it in way that works for Young People and their families, and we are therefore seeking your views.
It would be appreciated if you could please take a few minutes to complete the following short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SV7FFMS
My brother Ben has learning disabilities. When I was younger I just had to watch out for Ben and make sure he didn’t hurt himself or break anything. Now Ben is getting older, bigger and heavier, I have to do more to help him. Dad works away from home and Mum has a bad arm so can’t lift Ben anymore. I have to get up early and help get Ben ready before going to school. Then, when I get home, I sit and play with Ben so he doesn’t get lonely. When it’s time for bed I help Ben get ready and lift him into bed. I love Ben and enjoy spending time with him but it doesn’t give him much time to do the things I’d like to do. Harry, aged 12.