Gloucestershire VI forum: Have your say on accessible health and social care
01 December, 11:00-1pm via Zoom
Are you a person with a visual impairment from Gloucestershire? Join our Gloucestershire Sight Loss Council VI forum on 01 December. Put your accessible Health and social care questions to our panel of experts.
We are delighted to have a panel of health and social care experts taking your questions on the accessibility of hospitals, general practice, optometrists, opticians or social services in Gloucestershire.
Introducing our panel
Professor Andrew McNaught, Head of Ophthalmology at Cheltenham, and Gloucester hospitals
Graham Mennie, GP and chair of the Clinical Commissioning Group Eye Health Programme Group
Amy Clarke, Gloucestershire Local Optical committee, representing opticians and optometrists
Sue King, Gloucestershire County Council, Sensory Lead for the Adult Social Care Sensory Team.
You need to book to be part of the event, but places are limited, so please sign up as soon as you can!
Either book here or ring Alun Davies on 07779 169019.
You will be asked if you would like to submit a question to the panel in advance. A selection of questions will be used at the event. Anyone whose question is not dealt with at the event will get an answer in writing from the relevant speaker after the meeting.
Booking for the event closes at 5.00 pm on Tuesday 20th November.
The meeting is being organised by Gloucestershire Sight Loss Council. The Sight Loss Council are a group of people who are blind or partially-sighted who have volunteered to come together to work for positive change in the lives of people with a visual impairment in the county. For more information about the Sight Loss Council please use the following link https://www.sightlosscouncils.org.uk/ or ring Alun Davies on 07779 169019.