An easy-read report from the CQC (Care Quality Commission) looking at decisions about living and dying well during COVID-19. View or download the report here: https://www.keepsafe.org.uk/dnacpr Press play for audio Download … Read Article about Care Quality Commission: Protect, Respect, Connect
NHS England have a website with lots of information for recovering from COVID-19, including: Managing the effects: Effects on the bodyEffects on the mindCOVID's links with other conditions Wellbeing: Eating wellSleeping wellGetting … Read Article about Supporting recovery after COVID-19
Contact your GP, the NHS is here to help! During this time of COVID-19 there are different ways you can contact your GP to get advice or make an appointment. Suffolk County Council & Essex County Council have produced this helpful guide. You … Read Article about Noticed an unusual change to your body? Don’t sit it out, get it checked out.
This action from learning report is about the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review Programme, which is also called LeDeR. This report gives examples of the local changes that have been made to services so far and highlights the extensive work … Read Article about LeDeR report 2019: Action from learning report by NHS England
Some of the information in this article is upsetting. If you feel upset, it is important to talk to someone about it. This could be someone in your family, a friend or a support worker. LeDeR stands for the Learning Disability Mortality Review … Read Article about LeDeR report: 2019
People should seek medical care when they need it and not be put off by the Coronavirus epidemic, say doctors, charities and the health service. This can be slightly confusing for some of us, as we are still in 'Lockdown'. But it is important to … Read Article about Coronavirus: Plea for public to get medical care when they need it
Don't Miss Your Chance to Have Your Say Anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support is a carer. If the person you care for is … Read Article about Family Carer Survey