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Accessible information from NHS and care services – know your rights

Healthwatch Suffolk have written some helpful information about accessible information from NHS and care organisations. What is the Accessible Information Standard? The Accessible Information Standard is mandatory for all organisations that provide NHS or adult social care. We have gathered some key information about the accessible communications you should expect from services. The standard aims to make sure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss get information that they can access and understand and that they get…

great yarmouth beach at sunset. event is for local people to the great yarmouth area


Open Doors to the Community: spotlight on health and wellbeing

James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is working with Great Yarmouth Borough Council and East Suffolk Council for local residents. The event will be on Friday 26 November, 10am until 2pm. The event will be at The Shrublands Centre, Magdalen Way, Gorleston, NR31 7BP. More information will be available soon. If you have any questions, you can e-mail: joanna.pawlett@jpaget.nhs.uk

Southwold beach in the sunshine


Disability Advice North East Suffolk coffee morning

Disability Advice North East Suffolk are running a coffee morning in Southwold on the 1st September for anyone with a disability or long term health condition, or those who care for someone who does. Do you have a long-term health condition or disability? Or care for someone who does? Have COVID-19 left you feeling isolated? Would you like to make friends and find out about local services? Event details: Wednesday 1st September, Stella Peskett Hall, Southwold, 10-12. Refreshments will be…


Felixstowe becomes a PING! Town

Suffolk’s second PING! Town was officially launched in Felixstowe with the opening of 8 outdoor tennis tables sited throughout the town. The tables – located at 6 key play areas in the Town along with 2 in the heart of the town centre at Great Eastern Square – have been made possible thanks to a wider partnership between Table Tennis England, Suffolk County Council led Most Active County Partnership – which will see increasing numbers of tables located in a…


‘How to’ Zoom presentations

Waveney based organisation The Voice Cloud have been awarded funding by East Suffolk Council as part of their Hidden Needs programme to run a series of unique interactive ‘How To’ sessions. ‘Connections’ comprises twelve monthly bespoke Zoom presentations led by experts and professionals who will provide an opportunity to identify bird song and wildlife sounds, learn about garden therapy and receive an introduction to understanding Dementia among other subjects and themes. The project has been designed to tackle the effects…

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