Helping people with dementia live life to the full


A wide ranging strategy has been launched which aims to help people in Wolverhampton with dementia to live the best possible life. Dementia is a debilitating illness which is estimated to affect more than 3,000 people in the city - with that number expected to rise by over 50% by 2035. Learn more about Wolverhampton's Joint Dementia Strategy 2019 to 2024 here. Find out more...

Join the flu fighters to keep flu at bay


Flu can be a very unpleasant illness for children, with potentially serious complications, including bronchitis and pneumonia. The children's flu vaccine is offered as a yearly nasal spray to young children to help protect them against flu. Not only is it needle-free – a big advantage for children – the nasal spray is quick, painless, and works even better than the injected flu vaccine. Here you can find out more about the free nasal spray, and to read and download the first story - Flu Fighters Versus Chilly, Achy and Snott. Find out more here...

Suicide rates in city continue to reduce

Suicide rates in Wolverhampton have reduced to their lowest levels for nearly a decade, latest figures show. Wolverhampton’s Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum is working hard to raise awareness of suicide prevention and the importance of good mental health and wellbeing. Find out more here. Find out more...

Healthwatch Wolverhampton Annual Report now published

Healthwatch Wolverhampton Annual Report now published

Healthwatch Wolverhampton Annual Report is now here! It’s full of examples of the work Healthwatch have been doing to represent the views of service users. Download a copy of the report here. Learn more here...