The Accessible Information Standard is mandatory for all organisations that provide National Health Service (NHS) or adult social care.
Do you or a loved one need help with social care? Read the article below and find out answers to key questions about who can access adult social care and how to pay for it.
Waiting for planned medical care or surgery can be a frustrating time. That’s why it’s so important that while you wait, you get regular, clear and accessible updates so that you can plan your next steps.
Your mental wellness is as important as your physical health but seeking help can be daunting. Here's what to expect when you seek support for your mental health.
Do you struggle to speak to your doctor about your medical concerns? You’re not alone. Take a look at our top tips to make the most out of your GP appointment.
Many people who provide unpaid care are unaware of their rights. Find out more about the help and support you are entitled to.
With more and more appointments happening online, we've put together some tips on how to get the most out of the virtual health and care appointments both for patients and health and care professionals.
If you are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse, or are worried about someone who might be, find out where you can go for advice and help.
Find out what support is available to help you when travelling to your GP, hospital or other NHS services.
Four questions staff should ask you or a loved one about your oral health if you’re a care home resident, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence quick guide.
People have told us they can have problems registering with a GP. This article explains more about your rights and what do to if you are refused the right to register.
Five things you should expect from home care, domiciliary care or help in the home.