The draft sexual health standards are now available to download from the Healthcare Improvement Scotland website. The consultation is now live and you can provide feedback on all aspects of
Angus Council, Dundee City Council, Perth & Kinross Council and NHS Tayside have come together to form the Tayside Regional Improvement Collaborative (TRIC).
The Improvement Lead for the TRIC is Sheena Devlin, Executive Director of Education and Children’s Services for Perth & Kinross Council.
The TRIC’s vision is:
“Our children and young people will have the best start in life and Tayside
will be the best place in Scotland to grow up.”
The Tayside Collaborative has five working groups which reflect the priorities identified in The Tayside Plan for Children, Young People and Families:
LATEST TRIC NEWS
NHS Tayside Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service – New Webpage Launched on Wednesday 31 March 2021
NHS Tayside Child and adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) has recently updated its NHS Tayside webpage. Five hundred children/young people, parents and carers and professionals who support them took part
The Scottish Government has launched a Wellbeing for Wee Ones Campaign on Parent Club which is aimed at parents of young babies and seeks to: Illustrate how interacting with babies