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The Children’s Accident and Emergency Department at Calderdale Royal Hospital sees around 16,000 children a year who are sick or injured and need emergency care.  Visiting A&E may be scary and confusing for children, but having a calming and welcoming area to wait in can help to alleviate worries and stress. The team at Royal Calderdale want to upgrade their existing waiting room to a bright, spacious area with sensory wall panels and an LED projector to create soothing lighting effects. The equipment should last at least 15 years, benefiting many thousands of children visiting the A&E unit each year.

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“The contribution of two Acheeva work stations has enhanced what we can offer to many children and students. Two young men are now able to access the larger workstations and their care and quality of life has improved dramatically. Michael now has the extra-large learning station available every day. Please thank everyone on our behalf who raised the money.”

Andy Tearle
Deputy Headteacher
Kings Mill School, Driffield

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