Sometimes we need to say a special thank you to people for the good work they do. This is your opportunity to nominate someone who has gone that extra mile for either yourself or in your community. Interested? Take a look at the link to find out how!
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Free event on 26th April 2016 in Oxford at Dean Court Community Centre, Pinnocks Way, OX2 9DH
If you would like to attend you will need to complete either the attached application form or register on event brite. Please take a look at the Easyread application form OxfordGPES event flyer_Oxford
This guidance aims to support women with learning disabilities with some of the challenges they face when accessing cervical screening services. It will assist healthcare professionals involved in delivering the screening service, providing a pathway to follow and guidance on broader management of women with learning disabilities within the cervical screening pathway.
You will find attached the Kent & Medway Policy for Cervical Screening for women with Learning Disabilities. The aim of the policy is to provide guidance and describe good practice to ensure that women with learning disabilities have equal rights of access as all other women to NHS Cervical Screening Programme (NHSCSP). Please feel free to download and disseminate this policy to benefit from the guidance within this document which will provide a clear pathway to follow.
Come along to Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1YD on Friday 11th March 2016 at 13.00pm to 15.00pm.
If you are interested please take a look at the invitation for the event on England Vision Strategy/ Local Eye Health Network South East of England Regional Event. Aylee Richmond a member from SeeAbility will be available.