Sorry this is very short notice, but Bonita Clayton, from Brownhills Community Association has asked me to alert readers to a couple of healthcare related meetings going on today. They are free to attend, and will be of interest to people affected by the issues surrounding the healthcare of those with learning disabilities, and for those suffering hearing loss.
Both meetings take place today – at 10am in Brownhills at Brownhills Activity Centre, opposite the Parkview Cente, and they will be repeated in Aldridge at 1:30pm this afternoon (Wednesday evening 14th May 2014) at Aldridge Community Centre.
‘Health For All’, helping people with learning disabilities access mainstream health services
Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust welcomes Trust members and the general public to the meetings below. Come along and listen to talks by Trust staff and external organisations on a range of health-related topics, meet with governors and have your say.
All meetings are free. Refreshments provided.
Call Freephone 08000 130 103 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries.
10.00 am to 11.00 am at Brownhills Activity Centre
Chester Rd North, Brownhills, Walsall, WS2 7JW
1.30 pm to 2.30 pm Aldridge Community Centre
Middlemore Lane, Aldridge, WS9 8AN
Julia Kelly, Promoting Access to Mainstream Health Services (PAMHS) from BCPFT presents a talk on ‘Health For All’, helping people with learning disabilities access mainstream health services.
A talk will also be provided by Action on Hearing Loss about helping to break down barriers experienced by deaf and hard of hearing when accessing health services. Both talks presented at both venues.