Can you take part in research about End-of-Life care?
A team of researchers at Newcastle University and the University of Manchester are looking for people to take part in their research about experiences of end of life care for people of African and Caribbean descent during the coronavirus pandemic.
4 August 2021
Share your views with your local NHS Musculoskeletal (MSK) service
Connect Health would like to invite you to an online focus group to discuss how they can ensure their service meets the needs of people with bone, muscle, joint and spinal problems. This is a great opportunity to help shape the future service.
28 July 2021
Living with Neurological Conditions: A Creative Response to Challenges
Nikita Shepherdson, BSc Psychology with Clinical Psychology, student at Teesside University, Centre for Applied Psychological Science has written a blog launched for World Brain Day which took place on 22nd July.
28 July 2021
Advice for Families: Coughs and Noisy Breathing in Young Babies
Young babies often catch lots of coughs and colds, and their breathing can become noisy. Often, these illnesses can be managed with self care at home. This information taken from the NHS Little Orange Book may be useful.
21 July 2021
See some of our young volunteers in action
Youthwatch Darlington interview NSPCC and Kooth for this year's Children's Mental Health Week 2021.