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16th September 2019
An innovative partnership between local public services is celebrating a successful first year amidst glowing feedback from local people.
13th September 2019
Anyone who has experienced or been affected in any way by pregnancy loss or the death of a baby is invited to attend a special service at Coventry Cathedral. Bereaved parents, family members and friends are set to commemorate the all too brief lives of their babies from 2pm on Sunday, October 13.
5th September 2019
On Monday 23 September and Tuesday 24 September, local healthcare provider South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) is hosting eye health talks.
21st August 2019
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust is hosting a free Dementia health talk for families, carers and health care professionals, at The Sydni Centre on Wednesday 11 September.
15th August 2019
A partnership of hospitals, hospices and volunteers across Coventry and Warwickshire that supports people affected by Parkinson’s disease has been recognised with a national award.
29th July 2019
A global event aimed at highlighting the benefits of breastfeeding is being held in Solihull. At 10:30am on Friday 2nd August 2019, The Global Big Latch On will take place at John Lewis, Touchwood. Attendees will take part in a synchronised breastfeeding event with thousands of others around the world.
16th July 2019
A local exercise programme has been awarded for helping mums to-be and their babies to take care of their bodies and assist with health and mental wellbeing during and after their pregnancies.
15th July 2019
A new role is helping to improve care provided to patients by bridging the gap between Support Workers and Registered Nurses.
12th July 2019
A pilot programme has been launched in rural north Warwickshire to provide a rapid response home-based service twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to people approaching the end of life.
9th July 2019
A new role that breaks down barriers between health and social care is set to play a key part in improving the lives of some of the region’s most vulnerable people.