Caring
  • Foster carers in spotlight

    July 29, 2018

    Foster carers do so much for the local children and young people they look after. Day in and day out they care for some of the most vulnerable children in Buckinghamshire, getting on with the task at hand and helping to make a real difference to their lives. They were able to take the spotlight […]

  • Views on carer breaks

    June 29, 2018

    If you or someone you care for uses short break or respite services, now is the time to have your say. Both Children’s and Adult Social Care services are consulting on a new strategic approach to short breaks. Parents, carers and people who benefit from help (both current and future) are being asked for their views […]

  • Nurse’s poetry triumph

    June 19, 2018

    Debbie Lawson, a senior nurse working in A&E at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, has been crowned the winner of a national poetry competition. Debbie (pictured) received 49 per cent of the online vote with her free-verse poem entitled ‘One for the team’. Her poem was one of five shortlisted poems selected from more than 5,000 entries in a national poetry competition […]

  • Health care boost

    June 11, 2018

    A future with fully integrated local authority services and healthcare provision has come a step closer with the creation of the country’s first ICT Director with responsibility across a county council, NHS trust and clinical commissioning group. Balvinder Heran (pictured) has been appointed as the Joint Strategic Director of Information Assets and Digital Development by […]

  • Dementia Friends

    May 30, 2018

    Would you know how to help someone who looks confused or disorientated? Did you know that with a few simple pointers you could make a real difference to someone with dementia as they go about their daily life? Did you know it’s still possible to lead an active and fulfilling life even if you have […]