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Royal Deaf community outreach day at Portsmouth Deaf Centre Saturday 2 July, 10am-4pm
Address: 279 Arundel Street, Portsmouth, PO1 1XL
RAD will be there hosting the event, providing valuable information Representatives from other organisations will also be joining us.
There will be workshops where we will provide information and opportunities to ask questions. BSL interpreters on site to support with communication. Come and see what RAD can offer. We look forward to meeting you all there!
To find out more, email or send a BSL video to: firstname.lastname@example.org or SMS to: 07880371629 @healthwatchpo Queen Alexandra Hospital @portsmouth_hospitals @citizensadviceportsmouth Portsmouth Sensory Service
A new service called 999 BSL has been designed to ensure no deaf person will be excluded when, and if they need to make an emergency call. The service is provided through an app, or can be used via a web based platform, and will connect the user to a British Sign Language interpreter who will then pass the message onto the emergency authorities. For more information click the following link. 999 BSL
Kooth Digital Health: The Healthwatch Report Waiting Times, Thresholds to Access and the Democratisation of Mental Health Care.
Kooth Digital Health sees emerging trends in Health in the UK and share this information with the NHS, health and social care. Aware that Healthwatch are at a local level, and listen and feed back patient stories and voices, they started a project working with Healthwatch to gather some of this information together and add it to the work they had already done, and by utilising the Healthwatch mental health report and the Healthwatch webinar hosted by Kooth, the result is The Kooth Report.
The report outlines the challenges of waiting times for support, thresholds to access for certain services, and the uncertainty brought on by the introduction of Integrated Care Systems.
An event is being held tonight on Zoom discussing the Impact of Covid on Sickle Cell Disorder Communities.
To join the meeting, click HERE.
The Meeting ID is 87891358454