Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
We’re an independent charity offering a safety net for parents who have had a baby born prematurely or sick. We supply items, funds, staff specialists and support to the RVI Neonatal Unit in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, helping to make the Neonatal experience a little easier and more comfortable for parents, babies, siblings and family. We support families while on the neonatal unit and once discharged home.
The Tiny Lives Trust, 19 Riverside Studios Amethyst Road, Newcastle Business Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE4 7YL
Tiny Lives Trust
Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity for everyone with a mark, scar or condition on their face or body that makes them look different. We offer free emotional, social and counselling support for people who have a visible difference which affects their mental or emotional wellbeing. This include a support and information line, one-to-one social and emotional support sessions, an online community forum, peer support group sessions (18yrs +), and online workshops for children, young people and parents, and a skin camouflage service. Our skin camouflage service is available at locations across England & Scotland. Our free wellbeing services are all delivered via telephone, video session or online, meaning they can be accessed across the UK, wherever you live. On our website you will also find self-help guides and resources for schools.
The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane Sheffield S1 4FW
Supporting anyone affected by Spina Bifida, hydrocephalus and related conditions in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
42 Park Road Peterborough PE1 2UQ
The Children and Young Adult service at St Oswald’s is a 6/7 bedded unit currently offering short breaks to 61 children and young adults, aged 0 to 25 years from across the North East.The children and young adults accessing the service have life limiting/threatening conditions and complex health and social care needs. We also provide end of life care to children and young adults using our service and to other children/young adults when death is expected and imminent. These children maybe in-patients at the Great North Children’s Hospital or the Freeman Hospital. We offer an additional choice for a place to die which professionals can offer when planning end of life care. Occasionally we are requested to provide care to a child who has already died to support their family at this difficult time. The service tries to be as flexible as possible to meet the needs of the child or young adult and can respond imaginatively in response to, for example, a family crisis. A specialised team is required to deliver our service; The Children and Young Adult Service at St Oswald’s is nurse led. The Care Team is predominantly registered children’s nurses with a couple of adult registered […]
St Oswald's Hospice Regent Avenue Gosforth Newcastle upon Tyne NE3 1EE