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Please support your GP and book your flu vaccination with us.

Thursday 18th October 2018 come and meet the Occupational Therapists…

So what do Occupational Therapist do?

Occupational Therapists help people to live life their way. When physical or mental illness, or the effects of ageing stop you doing some activities – whether it’s getting washed or going back to work, or doing the fun things such as socialising – this affects your health and wellbeing. We can work with you to find different ways of carrying out activities to help you live life your way and we will be bringing some of our small equipment to your surgery in the morning to show you how. Drop in and say hello and find out about our service.

Patient Decision Aids

Patient Decision Aids

 

Decision Aids are designed to help people make decisions about difficult healthcare choices.

They have good quality information about all the options and the health problem, and questions to help you think about what is important to you.

Going through a Decision Aid will help you make an informed decision about which option is best for you.

You can find out more about Decision Aids nationally by clicking here or visit eastbourne hailsham and Seaford Clinical Commissioning Group ( CCG ) website using this link http://www.eastbournehailshamandseafordccg.nhs.uk/page1.aspx?p=13&pr=X31113 and going to the Patient Decision Aids tab.

The CCG website will only give you access at the present time ( May 2013 ) to Musculoskeletal conditions ( i.e. Osteoarthritis or Tennis Elbow etc. ) and Gynaecological conditions ( i.e. Menorrhagia etc. ). The list on the CCG website is not exhaustive, but will be expanded to encompass other medical conditions over the forthcoming weeks and months and so it is advisable to view this website at periodic intervals.



 
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