Coventry Social Workers are celebrating World Social Work Day by reaffirming what social work means to them.
A scheme run by the Council’s library services and Coventry University which helps older people make better use of social and digital media is going from strength to strength.
A leading Councillor is reassuring residents the Council will make sure decisions on the future of health provision in Coventry are fully scrutinised.
Coventry has won national recognition as a thriving centre of social enterprise thanks to the efforts of Coventry University, Coventry City Council and other organisations.
We are all aware that drinking affects our judgement hence we do not drink and drive. Similarly, it affects our ability to look after children.
Coventry City Council will be joining St John Ambulance during their night shift as part of Alcohol Awareness week in Coventry.
A senior councillor is calling on Skanska to provide reassurances following the news that the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire has insufficient fire protection.
From 25 July 2016 the Coventry Health Visiting service will be providing an evening helpline for parents and carers of babies and pre-school children who live in the city.
The Infection Prevention Society (IPS) Hand Hygiene Torch paid a visit to Coventry City Council’s Lord Mayor last week to help raise awareness of hand hygiene.
Coventry Healthy Walks is supporting National Walking Month by offering free, friendly health walks throughout May.
An award-winning programme to reduce health inequalities is to continue in Coventry.
Coventry City players are among dozens of people getting behind a city-wide pledge to help spot and report the signs of child sexual exploitation.
A short film capturing memories of the Sky Blues’ thrilling 1987 FA cup victory has launched on social media as part of a campaign to promote free NHS Health Checks to those aged between 40 and 74.
Four Housing with Care schemes are set to cease providing care and support as part of plans to improve accommodation for older people in Coventry.
A new interactive online film, where viewers choose what happens next, is the latest addition to a campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE) across the West Midlands.
More organisations are joining forces in Coventry to test out a new app which gives people with a disability the choice to get assistance and plan on the go when visiting the city.