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Nominations have opened for the 2015 Well Child Awards. These annual awards, supported by long term partner GSK, celebrates the inspirational qualities of the UK’s seriously ill children and young people along with the dedicated health professionals who go that extra mile to really make a difference to their lives.

There are six categories open for nominations in the Awards, which can really have a positive impact on the morale of winners, their families and others who provide support.

Categories for each award are as follows:

Inspirational Child or Young Person – A child or young person between the ages of four and eighteen who has kept smiling against all odds in coping with or overcoming serious illness, and who deserves to be celebrated for their extraordinary courage.

Most Caring Child or Young Person – A special child between the ages of three and eighteen who devotes much of their time and energy freely and lovingly to care for a friend or sibling who is sick.

Doctor – A doctor working with children and young people, who has a real talent and commitment to helping them feel better.

Nurse – A nurse working with children and young people goes the extra mile for the children in their care.

Health Team – A team of doctors, nurses, or other healthcare professionals, who work together to make a huge difference to the lives of seriously ill children.

Special Recognition Award – A professional other than a doctor or Nurse who goes that extra mile for children and young people in their care (Nominations from Children and young people only please)

For more details on how to nominate and what is involved please follow the link: https://www.wellchild.org.uk/get-inv…/wellchild-awards-2015/

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