For Mental Health Nurses Day we’ve asked one of our Nurse Associate Apprentices, Chris Longshaw, to share his experience of his apprenticeship at Cygnet Health Care.
In our latest blog our Apprenticeship Manager, Suzanne Smith, and and Levi Kestle, Graduate of Cygnet’s Nurse Associate Apprenticeship Programme, look at how our apprenticeship pathways are building our health and social care workers of the future.
It is Children’s Mental Health Week (1-7 February) this week and this year’s theme is ‘Express yourself'. In the February blog, we feature some of the many pieces of artwork and poems our Young People have created to mark this awareness week, and here, Ali Curtis, CAMHS Service Lead at Cygnet Hospital Sheffield, describes how the hospital embraces self-expression.
This week marks the International Day of People with Disabilities 2020, an annual celebration of people with disabilities. In our latest blog James O’Neil, Regional Manager, North West, for Cygnet’s Supported Living Services, explains what it means to have a hidden disability, and how we can all help.
In our latest blog Katie Condliffe, an occupational therapist at Cygnet Hospital Bury looks at self-soothe boxes and why they can be a great way to manage feelings of anxiety, panic and stress.
In our latest blog Rosalyn Mloyi, Regional Nurse Director (South), talks about the importance of Black History Month and Agnes Tutani, Clinical Commissioning Nurse Assessor, highlights some of the pioneers and inventors that have inspired her including a number of unsung heroes.