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Portsmouth Autism Community Forum2018-09-19T16:40:04+00:00

Portsmouth Autism Community Forum

Healthwatch Portsmouth is working with Portsmouth City Council to administer the Portsmouth Autism Community Forum. The Autism Community Forum will be a place where people with autism, their families and carers can meet with service providers such as the council, health services and support groups. We want your views and for you to have your say to make services in Portsmouth better.

Young people: share your thoughts about autism services in Portsmouth at the Dynamite Autism Focus Group 12 September 2018

Portsmouth young people aged 14-25 are invited to share their thoughts on autism services in the city at a group discussion with pizza on Wednesday 12 September 2018 at the Frank Sorrell Centre, Southsea. Download the flyer Dynamite Autism Focus Group flyer Dynamite support is available to help you take part - see How can we support you at the Dynamite Autism Focus Group Please let Dynamite know if you are able to attend - email dynamiteportsmouth@gmail.com or contact 07905682886 Website www.dynamiteportsmouth.org.uk

Next Portsmouth Community Autism Forum meeting 28 September 2018 in Cosham

The next meeting of the Portsmouth Community Autism Forum will take place on Friday 28 September 2018 10-12 at the Cosham Community Centre, Wootton Street, Cosham PO6 3AP. Cosham Community Centre is just off Cosham High Street and a short distance from Cosham railway station and bus stops. The agenda for the meeting will be published here and circulated shortly before the meeting.

Ask, Listen, Do to make it easier for people with learning disabilities or Autistic people to provide meaningful feedback on services

A new NHS initiative Ask Listen, Do aims to make it easier for children and adults with learning disabilities or Autistic people, families and carers to provide meaningful feedback to health, education and social care organisations. The project sets out guidelines for organisations to learn from the feedback, concerns and complaints. The Ask, Listen, Do principles: Ask The organisation asks people about their experiences and makes it easy for people to do this. The organisation makes sure that the person, their family or advocate know how to give feedback, raise a concern or make a complaint People feel able to speak [...]

New Portsmouth hub offers Doctors appointments until 10pm

Doctors appointments are now available until 10pm to all patients across Portsmouth Monday to Saturday at the Lake Road Health Centre Surgery in Nutfield Place, Portsmouth PO1 4JT. The new service also offers urgent same-day appointments until 10pm every day of the year. If you require an appointment outside of your surgery's working times you should contact your normal Doctor's surgery to be put through to the late night service. The new hub surgery will have access to all your medical records so the Doctor or nurse you see will know about your medical history and any drugs you are [...]