Armed Forces Day, the annual day of celebration and recognition for our UK Armed Forces community, takes place this weekend on Saturday 25 June.
A healthcare assistant who set up a project to make carers feel valued and supported has been shortlisted for a prestigious UK award.
This Learning Disability Week we are sharing how together, we are supporting, young people with learning difficulties to gain valuable work experience and skills to support their journey into full-time employment by partnering them with 12-week placements across our organisation.
We have been formally recognised (15 June 2022) as ‘Veteran Aware’ by the Veterans Covenant Healthcare Alliance (VCHA), a group of NHS healthcare providers in England committed to providing the best standards of care for the armed forces community, based on the principles of the Armed Forces Covenant.
Congratulations and a massive thank you to our Organisational Development team for their hard work in maintaining our Chartered Management Institute (CMI) standards.
The outstanding work of everyone at the Scarborough Vaccination Hub in providing covid vaccinations for all healthcare staff has been recognised with a Star Award.
City of York Mental Health Partnership, of which TEWV are a part, has joined forces with Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity, to boost the support for people with eating disorders and their families across York and The Vale of York.
A mental health nurse from North Yorkshire is hoping Carers Week will help highlight her call to drive forward improvements for carers everywhere.
Pam supported Robert to write his story. In an earlier stage of his condition, Robert spoke in several venues about how lifestyle is as important as medication and how a diagnosis “is not the end just the beginning”.