Assessing King's College Hosptial signage
In 2018 we visited our local hospital, King’s College Hospital with members of the LLDA to assess it for disability friendly signage. Members worked together to come up with recommendations on how the signage could better meet their needs.
7 February 2018
Evaluation of the Caring with Carers Course adapted for community setting
We evaluated the adaptation of an existing hospital-based initiative designed by the Guy's and St Thomas' Trust, to help carers of elderly family members with dementia prepare for their return home after a stay in hospital.
10 October 2017
The Accessible Information Standard - What you can expect from services
A year ago the Accessible Information Standard came into force. It requires any organisation providing NHS or social care to communicate in a way that everybody can understand. Here's a reminder of what you should expect.
31 July 2017
Advice and Information
Enter & View: Mental Health Community Services
We carried out an Enter and View to take a closer look at community-based mental health services. The project was based on a recognition of the large numbers of people who rely on primary care and community services as an important means of support.
15 March 2017
Seeking mental health support from a GP: Summary report
Our work in Vassall Ward in 2015 revealed that most people would choose to visit their GP first if they needed help for a mental health concern. That's why we decided to look at people's experience of tlaking to their GP about mental health.
13 March 2017
GP Experiences: How supportive are waiting rooms for people with mental health concerns?
We explored GP waiting rooms from a mental health perspective, rRecognising that the waiting room atmosphere and the information displayed affect all patients, not only those with mental health concerns.
15 February 2017