The NESTA Project is now delivering offsite sessions, direct to established Young People’s Service groups. On the 29th & 27th of January, The NESTA Project delivered a black light / infection control session to the M8’s group.
The Black Light session involves showing the young people how germs are spread. With the use of UV paint and UV lights, the young people have to search for different types of germs and discover how they have been spread. This teaches the young people how easy it is for germs to spread, and what they can do to help stop germs or bacteria from spreading.
The session also covers the topic of MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus), teaching the young people about resistant bacteria and why it can be a problem in hospitals.
The young people learn facts about the local hospitals and what a difference they could make if they choose to volunteer at one of the Western Sussex Hospitals Trust’s sites.
Read more about The NESTA Project.
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