Derby Road Health Centre336 Derby RoadLentonNottingham, NG7 2DWTel: 0115 8965 001
Please take a look at this: Self-care Video
Help is available! Click on the following link for more help and information: Eating Disorders Information
Watch this helpful Video below BEFORE contacting your GP
SELF-HELP DIRECTORY - www.selfhelp.org.uk
Over 200 self-help groups offering support to patients and their carers across
Nottinghamshire and over 100 useful contact organisations to assist with independence and increase self care.
Therapy Directory - For a look at alternative forms of theraputic treatments.
For a gentle introduction to getting fit, take a look at these great exercise apps.
FREE APPs available at NHS online, click below for more information:
Couch to 5k FREE APP
Text: GIVE UP plus your postcode to 88088
NHS Smoking Helpline 7am-11pm every day 0300 123 1044 for free advice, help and support.
For online help and support and to 'Ask an Expert': GOSMOKEFREE.CO.UK
How to Use CBD for Arthritis Pain
Stay Well with Pharmacy First
Pharmacy First is available to those that are normally exempt from paying prescription charges and are registered with a local GP in the participating area. It means that those eligible don’t have to pay for certain over-the-counter medicines. Instead patients can see a qualified health professional at a pharmacy rather than make a GP appointment.
It is estimated that each year 57 million visits to the GP are made for common ailments. These same ailments would get the same treatment if the patient had visited a pharmacy. So now, by talking to your pharmacist first you can get the advice and medicines you need to get you on the road to recovery without having to see a doctor. Plus there’s no need to worry about having private conversations at the counter. Just ask to use the consultation room. All pharmacies operating the scheme have them.
Pharmacy First is available for children and adults who need medication for a number of common ailments. All you need to do is give the pharmacist your NHS number, or your child’s NHS number to receive advice and, where appropriate, medicines free of charge.
If you do not know your NHS number you can contact your GP practice and ask them to look it up for you. It’s important to note that the pharmacist may ask you to show them a passport, driving licence or some other proof of who you are.
Visiting your pharmacy first will also help to free up valuable GP time, which can be used to deal with more complex or serious health needs. A pharmacist will always advise you if they think you need to see a doctor.
“Often what the GP may prescribe, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen, doesn’t need a prescription and if you’re not eligible for the scheme this can often be bought cheaper over the counter. So it’s always a good idea to talk to the pharmacist first.”
You can find out which pharmacies are taking part in your area here: Participating Pharmacists
For more information, click below:
Pharmacy First Leaflet Self Care Ailments
We are keen to help patients improve on self help and hope that the following information will offer some insight into that.
Take a look and see if you can improve your own understanding of your health and well-being! Please encourage others to look here too.
Here is a list of ailments that can be safely self managed. You will see that you can take a look via the hyperlink at the other websites which can offer you further information about managing your condition.
Remember Pharmacy First can also help with the treatment of certain minor ailments rather than making an appointment at the surgery. Pharmacy First Patient Leaflet
Cancerhelp Free information service provided by Cancer Research UK about cancer and cancer care for people with cancer and their families. Information is formatted in such a way that makes understanding the website an easy process
Macmillan Cancer Support Europe's leading cancer information charity, with over 4,500 pages of up-to-date cancer information, practical advice and support for cancer patients, their families and carers.
Diabetes UK Largest charity in the UK devoted to the care and treatment of people with diabetes in order to improve the quality of life for people with the condition
Asthma UK This website has been revamped to meet the needs of the thousands of people with asthma who visit the site each day, either to find important information about asthma and how to control it
Alzheimer’s Society Comprehensive information for people with all forms of dementia. Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Guide Dogs for the Blind Guide Dogs wants a world in which all blind and partially-sighted people enjoy the same rights, opportunities and responsibilities as everyone else. Their mission is to provide guide dogs and other mobility services that increase the independence and dignity of blind and partially-sighted people. We campaign for improved rehabilitation services and unhindered access for all blind and partially-sighted people.
Mental Health Foundation Founded in 1949, the Mental Health Foundation is a leading UK charity that provides information, carries out research, campaigns and works to improve services for anyone affected by mental health problems, whatever their age and wherever they live
Sense Sense is the leading national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind. We provide expert advice and information as well as specialist services to deafblind people, their families, carers and the professionals who work with them. We also support people who have sensory impairments with additional disabilities
Epilepsy Action Epilepsy Action is the largest member-led epilepsy organisation in Britain, acting as the voice for the UK's estimated 456,000 people with epilepsy, as well as their friends, families, carers, health professionals and the many other people on whose lives the condition has an impact.
British Heart Foundation Our vision is of a world in which people do not die prematurely of heart disease. We will achieve this through our pioneering research, our vital prevention activity and by ensuring quality care and support for people living with heart disease.
We need you to share our vision because, together, we really can beat heart disease.
Relate Relate offers advice, relationship counselling, sex therapy, workshops, mediation, consultations and support face-to-face, by phone and through this website.
MS SocietyAround 100,000 people in the UK have MS. It affects two million more. We offer hope for the future by investing millions in research, and help for today through our information, support and campaigning.
If you are please let us know - we may be able to help you.
Collect a Carers Information Pack 7/16 from Reception or download now.
have now merged and can be found at: HousingCare.org
They have information and links to companionship and befriending services in Nottingham.
The site also offers a wide range of housing advice as well as links to support services, information and advice, particularly for the elderly.
There is a wealth of information on NHS Choices about carers and caring. Below are some links into the site that we hope you will find useful.
Watch this video on: caring for a parent at home
Caring responsibilities can make it difficult to maintain friendships or develop new ones. Telling your friends you're a carer is important so they understand and can support you.
Caring for someone can be a full-time job, but it's essential that you take time out for yourself too. Read our guide to accessing breaks and respite.
Do you know your tenancy rights as a carer? Are you aware of all your care at home options? Do you need tips on moving someone around the home?
Help claiming benefits, looking after your bank balance and understanding the legal issues of caring.
Directing carers to the benefits that can help them in their caring role
Advice and information on helping the person you look after get the benefits that they are entitled to
How your benefits maybe affected after the death of the person you look after and what happens to their benefits
Advice for when carers find they have to take over the legal affairs of the person they are looking after
Advice for carers and the people they are looking after on claiming a whole host of other benefits unrelated to their disability or caring
Advice on keeping a tight rein on household and personal finance for carers
Information on claiming tax credits and whether you might be eligible
Get Involved - Join Dementia Research
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- A quick and simple ultrasound scan can save lives, please see below for more information:
In the unfortunate event that a person has passed away, there are three things that must be done in the first few days;
Register the death
If the death has been reported to the coroner (or Procurator Fiscal in Scotland) they must give permission before registering the death.
You can register the death if you are a relative, a witness to the death, a hospital administrator or the person making the arrangements with the funeral directors.
You can use the ‘Register a Death’ page on the gov.uk website that will guide you through the process. This will also explain the registration process for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Arrange the funeral
The funeral can usually only take place after the death is registered. Most people use a funeral director, though you can arrange a funeral yourself.
Choose a funeral director who’s a member of one of the following:
These organisations have codes of practice - they must give you a price list when asked.
Some local councils run their own funeral services, for example for non-religious burials. The British Humanist Association can also help with non-religious funerals.
Arranging the funeral yourself
Contact the Cemeteries and Crematorium Department of your local council to arrange a funeral yourself.
Funeral costs can include:
Funeral directors may list all these costs in their quotes.
For free independent advice on bereavement issues, you can find more information at lastingpost.com
Why not download and take a look at our Wellbeing Prescription? This leaflet is a self-help guide to help improve your wellbeing, click Below.
Reading Well Books on Prescription helps you to understand and manage your health and wellbeing using self-help reading.
The books are chosen by health experts and people living with the conditions covered. People can be recommended a title by a health professional, or they can visit their local library and take a book out for free. The scheme is available in 98% of English library authorities.
Follow the link below to learn more: Books on Prescription
Worried about your child's behaviour or mental health and not sure what's normal ? Wondering whether to go and see your GP ? Perhaps you've been referred to specialist services but there is a long wait ..... or perhaps you've been told the problem isn't quite serious enough to be referred.
Go to the link below for more help, support and information:
This is an online 12-week weight management programme run by the Nottingham City Council.
Nottingham City GPs participated in a successful trial of Ladle over the summer 2018. 50% of those who finished lost over 5% of starting body weight during a 1-month trial period.
Your GP can refer you if your BMI is over 25, and you meet the criteria below.
You must complete the referral form below to gain free access. Complete the referral form to answer questions to check eligibility. Lessons and activities can be accessed anywhere with internet access, via a smartphone, PC or tablet.
Participants can start the course immediately. It consists of 48 bite-sized lessons (usually accessed over 12 weeks) in the form of audio clips, activities, visualisation exercises and recipe selections. Features of the Ladle digital weight management course include:
The course is open to all eligible patients registered with a Nottingham City GP or living within Nottingham city boundaries who are motivated to lose weight and complete the course.
Telephone the surgery for more information, then simply come back to this page and click on the link below:
Ladle referral form
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