Treat Me Well Shropshire September Update

Treat me well Shropshire is our local branch of a national campaign to transform how the NHS treats people with a learning disability in hospital.  Over 3 years, this national campaign will involve local campaigners and organisations throughout regions all-round the country.  The objective is for each region is to educate and work with hospitals and GP Practices to support them in understanding how to treat Adults with Learning Disabilities’.

Bethphage is delighted to lead the Treat me well Campaign for Shropshire.  Attending both National and Regional meetings our TMW Team are trying to gather information on other regions’ ideas and tactics to help with our campaign.

This week’s meeting was attended by Bethphage TMW Team, including Shropshire members of the NHS England Focus Group, experts by experience- Taking Part and most importantly some of the adults we support.

Bethphage will be launching our campaign in the next month and approaching a local GP Practice to work with us as a pilot study.  We will be sharing with you; key points from all over the country on how we can help to improve an adult with a learning disability’s visit to the doctor’s surgery or hospital.

If you would like to share your experience or ideas – please contact

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