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  • Barriers Over Online Access To GP Practices

    Barriers Over Online Access To GP Practices

    Some patients in Sheffield are facing ‘significant barriers’ to accessing GP practices online, a new report has said.The report is the work of Healthwatch Sheffield, who set up a GP website health check, which analysed 74 GP practice websites, finding a widely varying picture across the city.

  • Jamie's 500 Miles Without A Voice Fundraiser

    Jamie's 500 Miles Without A Voice Fundraiser

    Communication aid user Jamie Preece , a volunteer with Sheffield Cycling 4 All , is going a long way to help an organisation for others in a similar position. Jamie, has cerebral palsy and it is only in the last few years that he has started using Augmentative and Alternative Communication. His 500 Miles Without A Voice fundraiser during August will raise money for Communication Matters.

  • Making Phone Calls in BSL Using Apps

    Are you hard of hearing or Deaf and a BSL user? Do you know that you can now make phone calls via an app on your smartphone or computer in the same way as hearing people use their phone?

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