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PLEASE SEE QUICK LINKS: LATEST NEWS (ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THIS PAGE) FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION 

Thank you to all our patients for your support and understanding over the past few weeks. Information on appointments in primary care can be found here

Do you look after someone?

Carers Hub A revised Carers Hub information sheet of available carer services during the coronavirus along with a list of useful telephone numbers

Do you look after someone who cannot get by without your help?

Do you look after someone, a friend, a relative or a neighbour who, due to an illness, disability, frailty, poor mental health or substance misuse, would struggle without your support?

Information on help and support for carers can be found here

It is important you let the practice know if you look after someone.  We can add you to our Carer Register for you to gain access to information and support, including our Carer Champions at the practice.  Carer Champions help with the identification of carers, act as a voice for carers and are a key point of contact for carer information.

Our Carer Champions are Jayne Daykin and Diane Rowley and both are keen to provide a quality service and help carers as much as possible.  If they are not available at the time of your query, please leave a message and they will contact you at the earliest possible convenience. By completing this questionnaire and returning it to the practice, you can help us to monitor and improve our service.

Do You Look After Someone is a comprehensive carers booklet produced by Nottinghamshire County Council

Carers Emergency Plan is a form requiring completion, to provide the necessary information to help support the person cared for in the event of an emergency situation involving the carer

Carers in Practice an invaluable tool enabling health matters of the looked after person to be shared with the carer, complete and return to your GP Practice

Eastwood Memory Cafe is a not for profit organisation helping those affected by dementia and their carers to live well

 



 
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