Signposting

At Ace Anglia, we regularly come across other useful resources that may benefit the people we help. On this page, you will find a list of other organisations that may also assist you.

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West Suffolk Hospital

This hospital passport is for people with a learning disability going to West Suffolk Hospital.

Download the PDF and fill out the hospital passport ready for your next appointment. It is really important you take this book with you so the doctors and nurses know any reasonable adjustments you might need.

SCA Care Conference

The Suffolk Care Association Care Conference theme this year is: social care is the solution – Not the problem. How can we fix it?

Learning from Lives and Deaths


People with a Learning Disability and autistic people (LeDeR)

Research has shown that on average, people with a learning disability and autistic people die earlier than the general public, and do not receive the same quality of care as people without a learning disability or who are not autistic.
We want to change this. LeDeR reviews deaths to see where we can find areas of learning, opportunities to improve, and examples of excellent practice. This information is then used to improve services for people living with a learning disability and autistic people.

Parent Carer Drop-ins

A monthly group for parents and carers of
neurodivergent children and young people to ask
questions, raise concerns and receive non judgemental
support and guidance.

LEAF stands for Lived Experience Advisory Forum, this is the part of the beans service where we will hold a safe space to get together for neurodivergent children and young people to share their views and experiences.

NHS Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust have produced a talking text video about keeping healthy.

NHS Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust have produced a talking text video about understanding depression.

Public Health England are giving you tips on how to keep yourself healthy.

You don’t have to go somewhere special to get active. Just dancing to your favourite track can get your body moving!

The government has written the National Disability Strategy.

The strategy explains:
How they want the lives of disabled people to improve.
What the different parts of the government will do to help improve the lives of disabled people.
How they can encourage other people to do things that will improve the lives of disabled people.

A strategy is a plan for a long period of time.

Macmillan Cancer and CHANGE have produced an Easy Read guide on how to check your breasts and screening for breast cancer.

If you are worried about your health, you need to talk to a doctor or nurse.

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust have created an Easy Read document about have your smear test.

Click on the link below to watch the East of England Annual Health Check Webinar 17/05/2022

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