- Information for people with a visual or hearing impairment, RNIB link is - http://www.rnib.org.uk/onlinetoday
- Prostate Cancer Support: 01280 848329 or visit the website: www.prostatemk.org
- Adults, children & families and eligibility
- For details about Speech and Language Therapy at present please click on this link - Poster for parents and professionals.pdf
- Please see below the latest updated course brochure for all our Smile:)MK courses (run by MK Council). You can enrol online for free courses at www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/courses or by contacting us on 01908 556700. Unfortunately for any course with a fee attached you can only enrol by phone at present but we are hoping this will be remedied in the near future - SmileMK Course Brochure
- Urgent Eyecare Services click HERE for information
- Support for managing long term conditions -Self Management Support
- For information on oral health for children and young people click here - Oral Health links
- Measles information click here
- Problem with sleeping? Click here for helpful advice. This is FREE to anyone with an MK postcode until the end of 2019.
- Details below are for the CMK sexual health clinics:
- Are you ex-forces? If so, you get priority NHS treatment. For more information click HERE
- Autism information booklet
- Services available for children and young people who have special education needs or disabilities
- Please click HERE for the Milton Keynes Reactivate Directory of programs/schemes designed to get you active.
- Some more useful links to other exercise activities to be found in your local area:
- Brexit - what do to do if you are an EU citizen in the UK after Brexit -https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/medicines-information/getting-your-medicines-if-theres-no-deal-eu-exit/
- What is an Advanced Care Plan (ACP)?
ACP is a process in which you can think, talk and write about what is important to you and describe the kind of care you would want if you became unable to make decisions for yourself. It broaches the subject of dying, and how you would like to be looked after at that time. It may seem difficult to think ahead in this way, but writing an advance care plan makes a clear record of your wishes so that these can be respected and, where possible, carried out by people caring for you in the future.