URGENT – Global IT Issues 19th July

Unfortunately due to a global IT outage, many of our systems have been affected. As a result, we may have to cancel your appointment at the Enhanced Access Service this evening. As soon as we have any updates we will be in touch. If your medical need is urgent, please contact your own surgery or 111.

Carers

Help and support is available from many national and local organisations.

The Children’s Society

Advice, support and guidance for young carers and professionals.

Carers Trust

Advice, support, and guidance for anyone caring for another person(s).

Carers Direct Helpline

For advice and support with care issues.
0300 123 1053

CarersUK

Advice, support, and guidance for anyone caring for another person(s). Useful information for professionals.

The Princess Royal Trust for Carers in Hampshire

Advice, support, and guidance for anyone caring for another person(s) in Hampshire. Useful information for professionals.
01264 835246

National Centre for Eating Disorders

We believe that you have the right to get the best help from someone who cares and understands. We believe that therapists deserve the best training and ongoing support to empower their work. This is our mission for people with anorexia, bulimia, binge and compulsive eating, body image issues, weight struggles and for the people who serve them.
0845 838 2040

Learning Disability update

Our Learning Disability update is an ‘easy read’ newsletter. Subscribe to keep up to date with what NHS England is doing for people with a learning disability and/or autism, their families, carers and supporters.

Introduction to care and support

This guide is for people who have care and support needs, their carers, and people who are planning their future care needs.

Healthwatch

We are the independent national champion for people who use health and social care services. We’re here to find out what matters to people, and help make sure their views shape the support they need.
03000 683 000

Help for carers looking after a loved one

If you look after a partner, relative or friend who is disabled or ill due to physical or mental health, you are a carer, even if you don’t think of yourself as one. Find out about the emotional, practical and financial support available to you.

Carers: help and support

You can get help and support if you're responsible for looking after someone who has a disability, is getting old or has become ill. This can range from practical help to make day-to-day life easier to benefits like Carer's Allowance.

Carers UK

Caring will affect us all at some point in our lives. We’ll be here for you when that happens. With your help, we can be there for the 6,000 people who start looking after someone each day.
020 7378 4999

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