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Disabilities - access to services

Disabled AccessAccess to Little Chalfont Surgery

  • The surgery is easily accessible by wheelchair users and those with impaired mobility.
  • All consultation rooms are on the ground floor with "no step" access.
  • An accessible toilet is provided to the left of reception as you enter.

Should you experience any difficulties accessing the building or our services, please contact us so that we may make alternative arrangements.

Accessible Information Standards

The standard aims to make sure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss are provided with information that they can easily read or understand, so they can communicate easily with health and social care services.

This should mean NHS and adult social care services can better meet the communication and support needs of disabled people, and lead to improved outcomes and experiences, and safer, better services.

If you have a learning disability, please let us know your communication and information needs, we shall then record these on your record to ensure: 

  1. Flag these needs, so when a member of staff opens your record it is really clear what your communication or information needs are
  2. Share your information and communication needs when needed, for example if they are referring you to another service.
  3. Take action to give you the right support.  For example, offering you easy read information or making sure there is someone there to support you with communication.

For more information, click on the link:

https://www.mencap.org.uk/sites/default/files/2017-04/AIS%20MENCAP%20FINAL%20SC.pdf

Website Accessibility Information

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Further help

If you:

  • Have problems seeing the screen
  • Find it difficult to use the mouse or keyboard
  • Need help with language or reading websites

then we recommend you visit the BBC website My Web My Way, which provides advice on how to make your computer easier to use, whether you are a Windows, Mac or Linux user.



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