Support for people with learning disabilities, autistic people, and people who are neuroatypical or neurodiverse

Your doctor, or someone else who looks after you, might ask us to care for you.

  • someone might ask us to find out why you’re sick
  • someone might ask us to treat your illness or look after you.

Depending on your illness, we might see you in different places:

  • we might care for you at home
  • you might come to us for an appointment
  • you might need to stay on one of our wards.

This is Hellen

This is Christopher

About Hellen and Christopher

Hellen and Christopher helps us care for people with learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorders.

They works with:

  • you
  • your family
  • your carers or support workers
  • our staff

to make sure you are well cared for.

They work

  • Monday to Friday,
  • 8am to 4pm

Your health passport

Your health passport is a really important document. Remember to bring it with you if you come to hospital.

Your health passport includes information about:

  • you
  • your health
  • your communications needs
  • who to contact in an emergency
  • your likes and dislikes
  • and lots more

That’s a lot of information! Ask a person you trust to help fill it in.

We ask for this information so we can treat you well, but if there's something you don't want to write down you don't have to. It's your choice.

Adult health passport[pdf] 739KB

How did we do?

Would you like to tell us how your care or treatment made you feel?

  • are you really happy with the way we care for you?
  • are you worried about something we did, or did not, do?

Find out how to tell us about your care