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Contact 999 by SMS text

The emergency SMS service has been developed by Action on Hearing Loss, BT, Cable & Wireless, the Department of Communities and Local Government, OFCOM, the UK emergency services and all mobile network operators. What is emergencySMS? If … Read Article about Contact 999 by SMS text

Job opportunity: Intensive support nurse, learning disabilities

Want to be part of a friendly, excited and energised team? The Walker Close Learning Disability Intensive support team are looking for a register mental health nurse or learning disability nurse to work in the Intensive Support team. The … Read Article about Job opportunity: Intensive support nurse, learning disabilities

Moving and Handling training from Suffolk Family Carers

Do you have to help the person you care for get out of bed? Or move around the house? Suffolk Family Carers work with occupational therapists who can visit your home and help you learn how to safely move your cared for? Not safely for them but … Read Article about Moving and Handling training from Suffolk Family Carers

Coronavirus Yellow Card reporting site

The Yellow Card scheme collects and monitors information on suspected safety concerns or incidents involving: medicines, medical devices, and e-cigarettes. The scheme relies on voluntary reporting of suspected safety concerns or incidents by … Read Article about Coronavirus Yellow Card reporting site

The NHS COVID-19 app: privacy notice

This privacy notice relates to the national rollout of the NHS COVID-19 app developed to contribute towards the response of the coronavirus outbreak. The app is part of NHS Test and Trace, overseen by the UK Department of Health and Social Care … Read Article about The NHS COVID-19 app: privacy notice

The NHS COVID-19 app: an easy-read guide

The Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership have created an easy-read booklet to about the NHS COVID-19 app. We will be sharing more information about the app over the next few weeks. You can download the introductory booklet by clicking the blue … Read Article about The NHS COVID-19 app: an easy-read guide

New plan sets out how Suffolk will prevent and respond to COVID-19 outbreak

Article published on 30 June 2020. Full article here: https://www.suffolk.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/council-news/show/new-plan-sets-out-how-suffolk-will-prevent-and-respond-to-covid-19-outbreak A plan which sets out how Suffolk would … Read Article about New plan sets out how Suffolk will prevent and respond to COVID-19 outbreak

Face coverings/face masks: latest advice 15th June 2020

Keep Safe have made some easy-read posters and information cards following the latest government advice around face masks. Free to print or use digitally. Use them on their own or in combinations to get the message across. Thank you to … Read Article about Face coverings/face masks: latest advice 15th June 2020

Staying alert and safe: 1. Protecting different groups of people

As the government advice changes from Stay at Home to Stay Alert, we are creating easy-read information about the new guidance. We start with part 1, Protecting different groups of people. This guidance is for the general public who are fit and … Read Article about Staying alert and safe: 1. Protecting different groups of people

Updated guidance on exercising for people with medical conditions and disabilities

In these unprecedented times in relation to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19), it isimportant that the guidance being published / advised by Public Health England is followed, to ensure that everyone is implementing the necessary measures to promote … Read Article about Updated guidance on exercising for people with medical conditions and disabilities

Coronavirus: Plea for public to get medical care when they need it

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

The NHS has recently launched the 'Help Us, Help You' campaign. The campaign encourages people to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer. Find out more: NHS.uk/cancersymptoms ...

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