Routine dental care has had to change because of COVID-19, with many people struggling to access NHS services. Here’s some information on how to access an NHS dentist now COVID-19 restrictions are eased.
Take a look at what the guidance around visiting your loved ones in care homes means in practice.
People have told us they want to feel listened to and involved in decisions about their social care. Here are six things you should expect from care services, according to new guidelines.
With more and more appointments happening online, we've put together some tips on how to get the most out of the virtual health and care appointments both for patients and health and care professionals.
If you are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse, or are worried about someone who might be, find out where you can go for advice and help.
Take a look at our advice article on the organisations and groups that can support you if you’re grieving.
We've pulled together a number of services for parents in need of support for their mental health. Read more to find out where you can go to get the help you need.
Find out what support is available to help you when travelling to your GP, hospital or other NHS services.
Four questions staff should ask you or a loved one about your oral health if you’re a care home resident, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence quick guide.
People have told us they can have problems registering with a GP. This article explains more about your rights and what do to if you are refused the right to register.
Health issues unfortunately don't leave us alone at the weekend and people are often in need of medical assistance out of hours. Using NHS guidelines, we have provided some advice and information on where you can go for help when your GP is closed.
Five things you should expect from home care, domiciliary care or help in the home.