The Warwick District wave of the Rights to Access project is ending soon which means we will be moving on to Stratford-Upon-Avon District. This wave will run from May until July 2019.
The Rights to Access Project has been launched by Healthwatch Warwickshire to help people who are experiencing homelessness to access healthcare when they need it.
As part of the project we have produced:
- a plastic Rights to Access card with information for people to keep with them to help when accessing treatment within Primary Care.
- a booklet with further information on rights to access
- and free workshops for any community/voluntary/statutory organisation who supports anyone experiencing homelessness within Warwickshire on Rights to Access Primary Care and NHS guidelines.
The workshop will provide you with information on the following:
- Brief introduction to Healthwatch Warwickshire
- Rights to access healthcare
- NHS Constitution
- GP duty of care
- NHS guidelines for GP registration
Feedback from previous workshops:
“very useful and informative”
“brilliant, very interesting, learnt a lot about rights to access primary care”
“well presented useful information”
Workshops to be held at:
Alongside these workshops we will be giving out the booklets with useful information from the workshop and around Primary Care in order to help you/your organisation to support individuals and the plastic credit card size Rights cards for your organisation to give out to people you know who are experiencing homelessness.
If you can’t make any of the dates and want information on additional dates or need more information please contact us on 01926 422 823 or email email@example.com.
We are also offering organisations the opportunity to have a team workshop which we can deliver at your organisation or at a local venue. If this is of interest please get in touch.