Accessible Information Standard
The Accessible Information Standard is a law to make sure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss are given information they can easily read or understand.
For more information please see this information leaflet:
OR watch the video from 'STRAIGHT TALKERS' below
Both Sunny Meed Surgery and Goldsworth Park Health Centre are accessible by patients who are disabled.
Sunny Meed can be accessed via front and rear doors where there are ramps. The Goldsworth Park Health Centre should be accessed through the front door.
Both surgeries have ground floor reception and clinical areas (medical and treatment rooms) and a patient's WC with wheelchair access.
Hearing loops are fitted.
Should any further assistance be required, a member of staff will be happy to help.
Please also let us know if you require LARGE PRINT on letters or other correspondence or if we can help you in any other way by contacting us:
To join the SURREY DISABILITY REGISTER click here
The Surrey Disability Register is a voluntary register for anyone with a disability aged 18 or over and living in Surrey.
On joining the register:
- You are added to the Vulnerable People's Reporting System. This means in an emergency such as flooding, fire or even a significant power cut, Surrey County Council's Emergency Management Team, Surrey Fire and Rescue and Adult Social Care will know of your specific needs and what support you require.
- You receive an identity card which can be used to:
- Get discounts where they are offered for disabled customers at places like leisure centres, cinemas and theme parks.
- You will receive a newsletter twice a year, covering what's on, articles on relevant issues and details of organisations which may be able to assist you.
if you need to CONTACT ADULT SOCIAL CARE click HERE...
Blind Veterans UK believe that no one who has served our country should battle blindness alone
We offer free person-centred services, with tailored practical and emotional support provided by qualified welfare and nursing staff.
If you know a patient who served our country and is now battling blindness, refer them to Blind Veterans UK for free, lifelong help and support.
The Motability Scheme provides an affordable, worry-free way for people with disabilities to lease a car, scooter or powered wheelchair in exchange for their mobility allowance.
The Scheme is operated by Motability Operations Ltd, under contract to Motability, a registered Charity.
CLICK THE IMAGE TO FIND OUT MORE...
We encourage annual health checks to check health and wellbeing. Dr Rankin is the surgery's Learning Disability lead.
|LinkABLE is a Woking-based charity providing sports, social and recreational activities for children and adults with a broad range of learning disabilities |
Click on the image to learn more about the Mencap 'HERE I AM' campaign...
find out more about how to FEEL GOOD by clicking here...
Advocacy is taking action to help people say what they want, secure their rights, represent their interests and obtain services they need.
Advocates and advocacy schemes work in partnership with the people they support and take their side. Advocacy promotes social inclusion, equality and social justice.
SECAmb Booking Line:
0300 200 1067
We understand that the support GPs offer their patients often extends beyond narrowly defined health needs to wider welfare considerations. This is particularly important where they see those adults most at risk, either in their own homes or in a care home.
All staff are trained in recognising and acting upon any safeguarding concerns in vulnerable adults.
DR GIL RIVAS is the surgery's safeguarding lead for vulnerable adults.
please click on the link below if you require any further information about adult safeguarding: