Learning Disabilities Resources
The NHS App
An easy read leaflet regarding the NHS App can be found here
Covid 19 Health Information
What your NHS COVID pass letter tells you
What is the coronavirus?
Who can catch coronavirus?
Who can get very poorly?
What is the vaccine?
Risks of not having the vaccine
How is the vaccine given?
Who can have the vaccine?
How is the vaccine given?
Having the vaccine
After the vaccine
A Request to Support Individual Needs (COVID-19 vaccination) form an easy read guide
Speaking to your GP About the Coronavirus Vaccine an easy read guide
Important Information About Coronavirus June 2020
Updated Information on Shielding
Stay At Home What to do if you or someone you share your home with has coronavirus symptoms
Face Covering Information
Support Bubble Information
Going To Work Safely
How To Travel Safely
Top Tips To Stay Safe From Coronavirus
What is cervical cancer - a short film explaining what cervical cancer is
What is HPV - a short film explaining what HPV is
What do cervical screening results mean - a short film explaining what cervical screening results mean
NHS England Newsletter issue 12 is an easy read format and contains information on:
- The coronavirus
- Coronavirus grab and go guide
- The coronavirus vaccine
- Who should have a keyworker
NHS England Newsletter issue 11 is an easy read format and contains information on:
- Getting help with difficult feelings - help when you're feeling sad, angry, worried or confused
- Support for children and young people in crisis - spotting signs you're in crisis and how to get help
- Mental Capacity Act - getting the right support to make decisions
NHS England Newsletter issue 10 is in an easy read format and contains information on:
- Looking after your teeth
- Mindfulness (learning to settle your mind and relax)
- Reducing restrictive practices
- Stopping people dying too soon
- Social prescribing (getting help through other things rather than medicines and treatment)
Financial and Employment Information
The i-work team can provide support to help you find employment
Disability Nottinghamshire is a registered charity promoting the independence and choice of all persons with disabilities and impairments within Nottinghamshire. They provide free, confidential and impartial information, advice and advocacy in respect of any aspect of disability to people with disabilities and impairments, their carers, friends and families as well as professionals and students. They also provide help and advice regarding benefits and can help with completing applications.
Towards Work aims to support those first vital steps towards gaining employment through a personalised service and support to overcome barriers an individual might face.
Portland College is a leading specialist college working with disabled people to develop their employability, independence and communication skills - and with employers to create an inclusive workforce and support business growth
Onup is a social enterprise project for young people with learning differences providing opportunities to develop skills and contribute to the community
The Adventure Service is a company that provides outdoor adventure activities for all people, especially working closely with those with learning disabilities
Rumbletums is a community cafe and a supported training project for young people with a learning disability, some of whom may also have an additional physical disability
Pulp Friction provides work experience for young adults with learning disabilities and/or autism to develop work-readiness, social and independence skills by training members in catering and hospitality settings
Stay Up Late is a charity that promotes full and active social lives for people with learning disabilities
Disability Tennis is a fun session of light tennis coaching for players with learning difficulties and/or autism, designed to help players to engage with sport in a friendly, social manner
Eastwood Youth Link Club is a youth club for young people with disabilities aged 13-24 years
Aspley YMCA Disability Football Club is an inclusive football session for those aged 10-18 years
Dig In Community Allotment Stapleford run by local people for local people and is open to all whatever your age or level of ability
Resources A collection of free helpful resources from Advocacy 2 Engagement for people with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities.