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Routes Healthcare need experienced childminders across the North West of England

Routes Healthcare are looking for experienced childminders throughout the North West of England in areas including Sale, Manchester, Stockport, Oldham, Bolton, Altrincham, Bury and Rochdale. View our complete range of childminder jobs online now.

Ideally candidates will be NVQ or CACHE Level 2 or 3 in childcare and will be competent in looking after children of all ages. Different locations and shift patterns are available with competitive rates of pay. We will be required to obtain a CRB and references.

For more information about these vacancies and to apply, please contact our Sale office on sale@routeshealthcare.com or call 0161 359 3342.

Posted by: on September 17th, 2012 @ 10:34 AM

Routes Childcare - The local company with the Worldwide experience!

Posted by: on September 10th, 2013 @ 1:32 PM

Child mental health issues 'missed'

Thousands of young people may be "slipping through the net" because adults do not spot the warning signs of mental health problems, experts warn.

MindEd, a new website, backed by groups including the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, is being launched to raise awareness.

A survey of 2,100 adults found a third were unsure of signs of depression in children.

More than 850,000 children in the UK have a mental health problem.

The survey, carried out on behalf of the child and adolescent mental health groups behind MindEd, also found half of those questioned would be worried about saying anything if they did suspect there was a problem, for fear of being mistaken.

POSSIBLE WARNING SIGNS

  • Loss of appetite or weight loss
  • Waking early
  • Excessive boredom
  • Poor concentration

Two-thirds would back extra government investment in children's mental health services to equip professionals with the skills to identify and treat these children earlier.

Posted by: on March 25th, 2014 @ 09:43 AM

Huddles 'help children's hospital care'

It's good to talk, we're always told. And now child health expert Dr Peter Lachman says "huddles" - informal meetings of hospital staff - are a simple way of improving children's hospital care.

A lot can be said for good communication - it's a simple art which if done properly can build and maintain strong relationships, improve efficiency and most of all, improve outcomes.

Done badly, it can cause uncertainty and confusion.

In healthcare, good communication is essential if we are to ensure best practice and offer patients, regardless of postcode, access to safe, high quality care at the earliest opportunity.

To read more please click here.

Posted by: on December 2nd, 2014 @ 09:34 AM

NICE guidance on end of life care for children aims to end inconsistences in treatment

An estimated 40,000 children and young people are terminally ill in England. The quality of care they receive varies across the country. Draft guidance recently released from NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) outlines what the best palliative care for children looks like. 

Posted by: Sharon Tither on July 6th, 2016 @ 10:48 AM

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