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3 questions for better health

The national NHS Knowledge and Library Services team has worked with people with lived experience to produce two, new, easy read guides for people with learning disabilities. Anyone can have problems understanding and accessing health information.  This could include information about medication, appointments, treatment or their health conditions, as well as the format information is provided in, for example by letter, email and online. Get ready to talk about your health prepares people for what to do before they go for a consultation…


Safety Cards for Social Media 2022

Ineqe Safeguarding Group has made a series of resources to help you stay safe on social media. The guides give you instructions on Safety & Privacy Settings, Blocking & Reporting for the popular social media websites. Facebook Messenger Safety Card 2022 WhatsApp Safety Card 2022 Zoom Safety Card 2022 Twitter Safety Card 2022 TikTok Safety Card 2022 Snapchat Safety Card 2022 Instagram Safety Card 2022 Tumblr Safety Card 2022 Guides were created by Ingeqe Safeguarding Group and came from oursafetycentre.co.uk More…

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Supported Loving toolkit

The Supported Loving network has produced a series of guides to help support people with learning disabilities and autistic people with issues around sex and relationships. Supported Loving is a human rights-based campaign, with associated network meetings, hosted by Choice Support. The network includes people with learning disabilities and/or autistic people, family members, and professionals from varied disciplines and sectors including social care, the NHS, sexual health professionals, trainers and educators, academics, students and psychologists. The Supported Loving toolkit has…


Mental wellbeing audio guides

The NHS have produced a series of mental wellbeing audio guides to help you boost your mood. You can listen to them privately, in your own time, to help you through feelings such as anxiety or a low mood. If you’re not sure how you’re feeling, try the NHS mood self-assessment. You can listen to the audio guides by clicking here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/moodzone-mental-wellbeing-audio-guides/

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