People aged 40 and over, along with those in high risk groups, will be able to book in for their life-saving Covid booster jab three months after their second dose as the NHS vaccine programme is extended today.
Local NHS services encourage public to ‘be kind’ to staff this Winter
NHS services in Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire are calling on public to be kind and respectful towards staff during the busy Winter period.
Unvaccinated mothers urge pregnant women to get jabbed
Powerful new video shows their experiences of severe COVID-19 during pregnancy
Berkshire Women’s Aid: Change of Helpline number
The BWA Helpline provides information to professionals and acts as the first point of contact for survivors to access advice and information about domestic abuse, or self-refer to one of our services.
Chief Executive Designate announced for the Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire & Berkshire West Integrated Care System
Dr James Kent has been appointed Chief Executive Designate of the new Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West (BOB) Integrated Care Board (ICB); due to be established in April 2022.
Don’t turn up for a COVID booster jab until you are invited
The NHS in Berkshire West is currently providing COVID booster jabs to people who are eligible at the moment and had their second jab at least six months ago.
Anti-bullying week: A Guide for Parents and Carers who may be Worried about a Child's Mental Health & Wellbeing
As we are in Anti Bullying Week the below may be supportive for parents who wish to support or are worried about their child:
Covid-19 Vaccinations in Numbers Berkshire West
Please see the latest Covid-19 Vaccinations infographics with updated figures. These figures are accurate up until 15 November.
A Quick Guide to Covid-19 Vaccinations
Here is a quick guide to Covid-19 Vaccinations on who is eligible for what.
Support for Families of Neurodiverse Children & Young People
Oxford Heath NHS Foundation Trust has recently launched an animation series for parents and families supporting neurodiverse children and young people.
If you need medical help and are unsure what to do, call NHS 111 for help and advice. They are available 24 hours a day.