All 317 primary schools across Surrey are receiving a specially written book and teaching resource pack to help their Reception and Year 1 pupils develop into emotionally and mentally resilient teenagers and adults.
My Health Passport, the record for looked after children's medical and healthcare history, has received positive feedback from young people.
Following the successful launch in September, the digital resource for year 7 students has now been updated and improved.
Parishioners of St.Johns Church bring Christmas joy to all the children looked after by our Children's Continuing Healthcare Team by donating bags of gifts for each day during advent - known as a reverse advent event.
Chief Allied Health Professions Officer for England, Suzanne Rastrick, visited Leatherhead Hospital on 15 November to find out about our services.
Surrey secondary school children are the first in the country to benefit from being able to access health and wellbeing information and advice through an innovative online poster, launched by Children and Family Health Surrey.
Natasha Dawe is presenting a poster at the ERIC Paediatric Continence Care Conference taking place today at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole entitled: Inspector Ted Love a Dry Bed! Creating a child centred approach to enuresis clinic.