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Accessible Information

Do you have any information or communication needs?

Do you require information in a different format?

 

If you (or a member of your family who is a patient at this practice) have information or communication needs, sensory loss or a disability, please let us know.  This will ensure we are able to communicate and assist you in the most appropriate way.

The following leaflet provides a clear overview of the Accessible Information Standard click here.

For an Easy Read version of this leaflet click here.

This leaflet is also available in audio or video format.

NHS England can only provide hard copy Braille versions of leaflets in response to individual requests.

Public Health England have published 7 new audio versions of national patient information screening leaflets for people with sight loss.  These are available in MP3 format and can be accessed from the following links:

Screening tests for you and your baby: introduction

Screening tests for you and your baby: screening for infectious diseases in pregnancy

Screening tests for you and your baby: sickle cell and thalassaemia screening

Screening tests for you and your baby: screening for Down’s, Edwards’ and Patau’s syndromes

Screening tests for you and your baby: physical abnormalities scan

 Screening tests for you and your baby: diabetic eye screening

Screening tests for you and your baby: newborn and infant physical examination

Screening tests for you and your baby: newborn hearing screening

Screening tests for you and your baby: newborn blood spot screening

AAA screening invitation leaflet

Bowel cancer screening: the facts

Bowel cancer screening: the colonoscopy investigation

NHS breast screening: helping you decide

NHS cervical screening: helping you decide

    For further information visit the NHS England website.

     

    Charities including Action on Hearing LossCHANGESense, and the Royal National Institute of Blind people (RNIB) will also be able to provide further support.

     

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