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  • Make Sure You Have The Right Mobility Scooter

    Make Sure You Have The Right Mobility Scooter

    Buying a mobility scooter can be a stressful – not to mention an expensive – experience, especially if you have never used one before. Luckily The Willaim Merritt Centre, based in Leeds, has opened a Sheffield Branch at Soar Works Enterprise Centre in Parson Cross, offering mobility scooter assessments and providing independent and objective advice by qualified and trained Occupational Therapists.

  • Risk Assessment Tool For PAs Returning to Work

    Risk Assessment Tool For PAs Returning to Work

    If your PA is returning to work in the near future the Sheffield Individual Employer and PA Development Group has produced a new Risk Assessment Tool to support individual employers to minimise any risks for their PAs to return to work. The Risk Assessment Tool is a useful guide to conversations with your PA about risk and gives topics and poses questions. You can record on the document what you and your PA have agreed will happen and review it as national guidance changes.

  • Continuing Healthcare Assessments Focus Group.

    If you or a member of your family has had a Continuing Health Assessment in the last year, Healthwatch Sheffield invite you to take part in a focus group to discuss your experiences on Monday September 24th at the Circle. Places are limited so please get in touch as soon as possible.

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