CAMHS


What is CAMHS? CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. Teams across the UK work with children from birth to 18 who are suffering, or are at risk of, mental health disorders. It is estimated that one in ten… […]

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Firwood School, Bolton – Shower Trolley Bed


Firwood School in Bolton is a specialist school for secondary aged students who have severe or profound learning difficulties. Many students also have physical disabilities which severely restrict their mobility. Hydrotherapy has multiple benefits for disabled children and young people… […]

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Royal Bolton Hospital – Blood Pressure Monitors


The Paediatric Inpatient Ward at Royal Bolton Hospital takes children from a catchment area across the north of Greater Manchester and parts of Lancashire. The medical team have asked us to supply six Mindray VS900 blood pressure monitors. It is… […]

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Glasgow Paediatric Continence Service


Incontinence in children may be caused by physical disability, a learning difficulty, or psychological or social problems. Most NHS Trusts run a Paediatric Continence Service with a dedicated specialist team or through the community nursing team. They work with children… […]

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North Manchester General Hospital Sensory Room Restoration


The Children’s Unit at North Manchester General Hospital had a sensory room installed in 2009. This room has been available as a place of distraction and comfort for the 3,500 children that attend the unit each year. With continuous use,… […]

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Distraction Lighting for Radiology Department City Hospitals Sunderland


We have agreed to work with the Radiology Department at City Hospitals Sunderland to provide lighting equipment to reduce stress and anxiety in children undergoing X-rays. Visiting hospital can be a frightening experience and when a child is anxious or… […]

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Salford Royal Paediatric A & E Observation & Assessment Unit (Panda) – Diagnostic Equipment


The Panda Unit at Salford Royal provides emergency care for over 20,000 babies and children each year. The care includes triage, assessment, treatment and observation for up to 24 hours for a wide range of conditions and injuries. Critical decisions… […]

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Calderdale Royal Infirmary – Sensory Room & Quiet Area


The Paediatric Unit at Calderdale Royal Infirmary treats over 8,000 babies and children each year. Often parents and siblings accompany children on the visits to hospital and wait while treatment is administered. A number of patients staying on the unit… […]

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Liverpool Women’s Hospital NNU – BiliLux Phototherapy Units


Liverpool Women’s Neonatal Unit takes care of more than 1,000 babies and their families every year.  They provide care for babies born prematurely, with low weight or who have a medical condition that requires specialist treatment. Physiological jaundice is a… […]

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Woodlands Special School, Blackpool – Sensory Integration


Woodlands Special School in Blackpool caters for pupils aged 2 – 18 with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). The pupils’ needs are met through the adaptive and personalised curriculum but some children express extreme difficulty with sensory… […]

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North Manchester General Hospital Neonatal Unit – Sensory Voyager


North Manchester General Hospital cares for babies, children and adolescents with a variety of needs. The Neonatal unit admits a large number of term and pre term babies and, as a Level 2 unit, also accepts a number of babies… […]

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Wythenshawe Hospital Starlight Unit Spot Monitor


In the last year, over 7,250 babies and children attended the Assessment Unit and Inpatient Ward of the Starlight Unit at Wythenshawe Hospital. This number has been increasing year on year. On admission, and throughout their stay, these patients will… […]

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