Jane Young, Speech and Language Therapy Service Manager at the Trust, has been shortlisted as a finalist at the Shine a Light Awards for her tireless work in championing children’s speech, language and communication development in Nottinghamshire.
The Trust's Healthcare Team at IRC Morton Hall has won a regional Collaboration Award from the National Offender Management Service (NOMS).
The Trust has been awarded a contract worth up to £3million by NHS England Health and Justice to provide integrated healthcare services at Clayfields House Local Authority Secure Children’s Home in Nottinghamshire.
Gay, lesbian and bisexual public sector workers in Nottinghamshire have shared their first-hand accounts of coming out in the workplace, as part of a drive to inspire others to have the confidence to be open about their sexual orientation.
We are delighted to announce that the Trust’s new £21million mental health services hub for children, young people and families will be called Hopewood.
We are pleased to continue our progress with equality, diversity and inclusion by achieving level 2 of the Disability Confident employer scheme.