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How to raise concerns or complaints about a GP practice

By If you are unhappy with the treatment or service you, or a family member or someone you care for has received from a GP practice, you may want to make a complaint. Download a step by step process on how to raise a concern, give feedback or make a complaint to a GP practice.

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Counselling Directory

By putting your postcode, town or county into this page, it will list professional counsellors and psychotherapists in your area.

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NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme

If you are a man aged over 65 you are more likely to have an abdominal aortic aneurysm. That is why the NHS AAA Screening Programme invites men for screening during the year (1 April to 31 March) that they turn 65.

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Alzheimer’s Society

Alzheimer’s Society’s mission is to transform the landscape of dementia forever. In their new strategy, the New Deal on Dementia, they make a commitment to be available to every person who receives a diagnosis.  Whatever you are going through wherever you are, whoever you are, you can turn to Alzheimer’s Society for support, help and advice.

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Epilepsy Society

The Epilepsy Society works to provide information for people with epilepsy, and for their families, carers and friends, in hospitals and healthcare settings throughout the region. Many of these services are run by Epilepsy Society volunteers.

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Parking Permits for Carers

Central Bedfordshire Council issue permits to residents (who live where there are residents’ parking zones in operation) and who have carers visiting them regularly. This means that the carer can park in a “residents only” bay by displaying the permit the resident obtains in their vehicle for the duration of their stay. They return the permit to the resident when they leave. This applies to paid and unpaid carers.

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NHS Dementia Information Service

The NHS Choices Dementia Information Service guides you through the often difficult time after a dementia diagnosis. Sign up to receive six emails about getting the help you need now, and in the future. The emails can support you if you have just found out, or accepted, that you or a loved one has dementia.

Each week’s email will cover a different need-to-know topic, including understanding dementia, getting the best dementia healthcare, , dementia at home, finance and legal & getting the best social care.

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