The balls now in your court…
Dominic Welburn, introduction blog.
Creating a Community: Working Together
By Tracey Smith, Senior Staff Nurse, Rick Mason, Recovery College Lead, and the service users of Hamilton Ward, Cheswold Park Hospital.
Hi all, my name is Sian
I’ve been with the Involvement Network team (for 2 days each week) since the end of April and so I thought it would be good to introduce myself and give you a little bit of information on who I am.
Hi everyone, my name is Julianne
I’ve been with the Involvement Network team now for just over 6 weeks so I thought it was about time I officially introduced myself and told you all a little about me!
We always hear mention of animals at our Network Round Robins; from Armadillos to Racehorses and everything in between! We love animals here at the Yorkshire and Humber Involvement Network and hearing stories of how pat dogs, pet guinea pigs and other furry (or not) friends bring you happiness and joy.
I was admitted to Hospital over a year ago and back then it felt like almost everything was impossible. Things were so overwhelming, I didn’t think I’d achieve any of my dreams and goals. Despite everything, I soon realised I could not just give up, I still have my whole life ahead of me and wanted to keep myself motivated.
A Blog from Cheswold Park’s Pride Group members on their recent co-produced Pride History Month presentation.
After working with the Yorkshire and Humber Involvement Team in one way or another since 2006, I have decided it was time to use my skills in other ways.
The last 12 months have seen a lot happen here at Cheswold Park in terms of involvement and co-production and has prompted some reflection on what has been achieved and the resulting benefits
This blog has been written by Sophie – a service user from Waterloo Manor. She wrote this based on a project that she worked on to raise money and awareness for Black History month