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Disability

Our practice offers the following facilities:

Parking

Patients with a blue disabled parking badge are be able to park in the disabled bays in our parking facility. You can get a blue badge by applying through the local council. There is more information on blue badges and links to allow you to apply under the section Driving And Medical Conditions.

Under our parking section in “about the practice” we cover our parking facilities in more detail.

Wheelchair Access

The Practice is wheelchair accessible, fitted with automatic doors for ease of access.

Examination couches

We have examination couches which can be adjusted to support examination on the couch. If you have any concerns please ring ahead and we will make sure we can cater for your needs including with a longer appointment.

Disabled WC

We have a disabled toilet for the use of our patients.

Hearing loops

We have a hearing assistance system in the form of a portable hearing loop that can be taken into any clinical room and or used at reception. Please just request at reception.

Hearing Link provide more information on hearing loops

Communication support services for deaf people

We can access communication support services through an external company. Please let reception know if you require this support.

Guide dogs

We very much welcome guide dogs in our surgery. Our receptionist team can provide a bowl of water for an assistance dog, please just make a request at reception.

Large text or alternative font

We are happy to provide any letters in large text or alternative fonts, on request. Please ask at reception for further details.

Our annual health check for all patients with learning disabilities

An annual health check is available in the practice or through the support of the local community learning disability team for all patients with a learning disability over the age of 14. Please see under Learning Disabilities (Adults) and Learning Disabilities (Children) under “Annual health check” for more information. Please also see under our section on “vulnerable people” more about our support for learning disabilities

Local accessible places

From AccessAble
Search for accessible places to go Home | AccessAble

Easy read information

Easy Read is a way of making written information easier to understand. There is a separate page on Easy Read Information, which is a good source of some helpful easy read leaflets on common health conditions and services.

Other information

From Legislation Gov UK
Equality Act 2010 Equality Act 2010

From NHS England
Reasonable adjustments  NHS England » Reasonable adjustments

From Gov UK
Reasonable adjustments for people with a learning disability Reasonable adjustments for people with a learning disability – GOV.UK

From the Care Quality Commission
Reasonable adjustments for disabled people GP mythbuster 67: Reasonable adjustments for disabled people – Care Quality Commission

 

 

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