Sue Kirkley is Co-ordinator of(NSCB), which has a strong tradition of partnership working on children’s safety. With support from Making the Link mentors, Sue is creating a multi-agency child accident prevention group which will develop the city’s first child accident prevention strategy and action plan.
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Latest case studies
Read our latest case studies which showcase the work being done to prevent childhood accidents:
- Thermosatic mixing valves learning nuggets
Sefton Council is working with local partners to supply and fit free thermostatic mixing valves (TMVs) in the homes of families with children under five years old.
- The Honest Truth Partnership
The Honest Truth Partnership provides driving instructors with resources containing essential information for their learner drivers, to promote responsible driving and reduce the number of young drivers killed and seriously injured on the roads.
- Cambridgeshire learning nuggets - resources for health visitors
Lynden Poole, Health Promotion Resource Library Officer in Cambridgeshire, explains how the standardised packs of health promotional information for new parents were developed.
- Kent Community Health learning nuggets
How Mags Trend, Community Staff Nurse at Kent Community Health NHS Trust, has used CAPT’s DVD resource packs on falls and burns and scalds to raise awareness of accident prevention among health visitors, children’s centre staff, community group volunteers and new parents.
- St Werburgh's Park Nursery School & Children's Centre
Charlie Mee, Lead for Family Support and Community Services at St Werburgh's Park Nursery School and Children's Centre in Bristol tells us why St Werburgh’s organises six ‘child safety and health weeks’ a year and how they make each one a success.