A new dementia advice clinic is opening in Selby which will be based in Posterngate surgery.
IAPT is part of a national programme to improve access to evidence-based psychological therapies for common mental health problems. The service is for anyone aged 16 and over who is registered with a GP practice in York or Selby.
Mindfulness Taster Sessions and Courses are available for patients who live with repeated episodes of depression or who are stressed in the role of caring for (or parenting) someone with a mental health problem. Further information is available on the TEWV website, which can be accessed by the link at the top of this message. The next taster sessions take place at Acombs Friends Meeting House, The Green, Acomb, York, YO26 5LR on Thursday 21st November 9.30 am -11.30am or Thursday 12th December 9.30am-11.30am. No need to book, just turn up on the day.
Do you, or somebody you know, need help with daily living?
Try the North Yorkshire County Council care and support short assessment. It provides advice and guidance to help you make informed choices about how you might wish to meet care and support needs. It also provides recommendation as to whether a full assessment of your needs might be helpful to you and allows you to send your information on to them.
Tees, Esk And Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust has launched a free on-line resource providing information on mental health wellbeing and e-learning courses to promote recovery.
YorSexualHealth offers free and confidential postal tests for people aged 16 years old and over living in North Yorkshire and York
YorSexualHealth offer free, confidential sexual health and contraception services in York and North Yorkshire.
YOURPHYSIO is the NHS physiotherapy website for the Vale of York (York, Selby, Malton) and the East Riding. The aim of the website is to provide help and information to assist patients in the early management of common injuries and pain problems. They also offer detailed guidance on living with a long term condition such as osteoarthritis.
Warm and Well in North Yorkshire raises awareness of the impact of cold homes on our health and well being, offers practical solutions to reduce fuel poverty, and supports people and communities to stay warm and will in winter.