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Health information and leaflets are available below. More health information can be found on the Easyhealth website.

Find out about activities and clubs in your local area.
Things to do at home (January 2021)
Covid 19 Activities (Virtual)

Anaemia: Low iron in the blood - Easy Read leaflet 



Keeping safe while being on the computer

Information about Coronavirus: 


Personal Protective Equipment: 

Face coverings:

Useful documents to download

Useful documents to download

If you would like to print this leaflet please print on the short edge.

Other useful videos to watch 

Just don't let anything stop you - Find out more about the flu and things that are true and not true 

Useful documents to download

1. Information on having the flu vaccination during the pandemic (Easy Read)

2. Flu vaccine Top Tips slide (Reasonable adjustments and legislation) 

3. Flu Jab information sheet - June 2020 (Easy Read)

4. Flu jab letter for GP use - September 2020 (Easy Read) 

5. Flu - Social Story - check out Brian! (Easy Read)

6. Flu Jab Poster 2018 (Easy Read)  

7. Nasal spray FLU vaccine given at a Doctors surgery (Easy Read)

    Nasal spray FLU vaccine given at home (Easy Read)

8. Having a flu jab (Books Beyond Words)

A guide having your flu jab from Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust 

Useful documents to download

Bumetanide - Easy Read leaflet

Candesartan - Easy Read leaflet 

Lymecycline - Easy Read leaflet 

Propranolol - Easy Read leaflet

Ramipril - Easy Read leaflet

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STOMP stands for stopping over medication of people with a learning disability, autism or both with psychotropic medicines. It is a national project involving many different organisations which are helping to stop the over use of these medicines. 

STOMP aims to:

• Improve the quality of life of people with a learning disability, autism or both of any age

• Make sure people only receive psychotropic medication for the right reasons and in the right amount

• Improve understanding of psychotropic medicines and when they should or should not be given

• Improve understanding of alternatives to medication

• Make sure that people with a learning disability, autism or both are involved in decisions about their health and treatment.

Psychotropic medication should only be prescribed for managing behaviour which challenges when it is used in combination with psychology or other therapies.

Psychotropic medication is often prescribed for people with a learning disability, autism or both with an acceptable diagnosis of a serious mental illness such as psychosis or bipolar disorder. STOMP also aims to ensure that medications used in this way are reviewed and monitored appropriately




Southern Health STOMP Pledge

Useful documents to download

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