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CORONA VIRUS


IMPORTANT NOTICE


WE REGRET TO INFORM ALL PATIENTS THAT FROM 16.3.2020 WE WILL BE WORKING UNDER EMERGENCY MEASURES


THIS MEANS ALL ROUTINE DOCTORS APPOINTMENTS THAT ARE CURRENTLY BOOKED, WILL BE CANCELLED AND GOING FORWARD WE WILL BE OFFERING A TELEPHONE TRIAGE SYSTEM.


RECEPTION WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BOOK ANY DOCTORS APPOINTMENTS


IF YOU NEED MEDICAL ATTENTION, YOU NEED TO TELEPHONE US, YOU WILL THEN BE ADDED TO A TELEPHONE TRIAGE MESSAGE BOOK AND A DOCTOR WILL CALL YOU BACK TO DECIDE HOW BEST TO TREAT YOUR PROBLEM


WE WOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT DURING THESE TEMPORARY CHANGES AND HOPE TO RESUME A NORMAL SYSTEM AS SOON AS WE ARE ABLE TO


PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY UNLESS YOU ARE ADVISED TO BY THE DOCTOR

Carers What's On Guide

Sometimes people find that their caring role can make them feel lonely and disconnected with their community. If you are looking after someone else it is easy to put your own needs second, but it is important to try and maintain a balance in your life and have some time for yourself.

Carers FIRST runs a wide range of groups and activities for carers which is published in our quarterly "What's On Guides". Activities include:

peer support groups which give carers the opportunity to meet others who may be in a similar situation to them. It can help your own well being to talk to others who have lived experience of caring and understand your feelings and challenges and who will not judge but offer support

workshops on topics such as looking after yourself and planning for the future

activities and trips such as days out and afternoon tea 

We also include information from other local organisations which we think may be of interest to carers and their family.

Please visit the website for information and workshops time tables. Carers FIRST



 
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