A pioneering community health hub that has supported hundreds of local people in Thornton Heath to stay well and manage their health turns one this week (Monday 9 August).
Earlier identification of need, and better support, closer to home, are at the heart of new proposals to ensure all children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) reach their full potential
A letter from Croydon Council’s health and social care scrutiny sub-committee calls on the government to stop the withdrawal of funding for IVF treatment in the borough.
Sent to Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt, the letter […]
The importance of planning exactly for when you die, so your wishes are adhered to, is the thinking behind Dying Matters Awareness Week.
In order to get people talking about what many consider a difficult subject, Croydon Council […]