Hearing Aid Repairs Clinic
Patients should be made aware that the hearing aid service means they can attend for repairs/batteries on the following days and times at CRH (Calderdale Royal Hospital)
Tues 10.00am – 12.00pm
Wed 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Fri 11.00am - 1.15pm
This service is available every week at these times. If they want to be seen in the community they will need to ring CRH (Calderdale Royal Hospital) Audiology department who will advise them of which community services are available when.
Self-help books about mental health issues
Reading Well Books should be available to order from all libraries. There is a separate list for children and young people.
Click Here to view the full list of Reading Well Books that are available (.pdf)
Want to be more healthy?
Worried about your lifestyle?
You can do a detailed online check up with helpful advice at www.patient.co.uk using the following link. https://myhealth.patient.co.uk/
More help needed?
What can your practice offer?
Did you know the practice offers the following services :
Smoking cessation clinics
Healthy weight clinics for one to one weight reduction plans
Upbeat referral for exercise and weight loss
Upbeat family referral for weight problems in young people/ children
Walking-for-health meeting point
Community alcohol clinics for individual help with alcohol related problems or worries
Self assessment section for you to check weight and blood pressure situated in the waiting room
Healthy Early Years
Click here for information on a website and mobile app for parents with information to support your 0-5 year old to be healthy, happy and safe.
Worried you could be at risk of diabetes?
Try this link for an online risk check
Contact the practice reception or ask your healthcare professional if you have further questions.
Calderdale Open Minds Website for Children and Young People
The website is intended to provide advice, information, support and signposting to young people about emotional health and wellbeing.
DO YOU KNOW YOUR HEART AGE?
Adults across the country are being encouraged to take a few minutes out of their day to get to know their heart age by taking a free online ‘Heart Age Test’ which asks for physical and lifestyle information to determine if your heart is at a higher age than your actual age.
Having a heart age older than your actual age means that you are at a higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke. It is estimated that over 50 deaths a day from these conditions could be prevented if people had a better understanding of their heart health.
The Heart Age Test will
- Tell you your heart age compared to your real age
- Explain why it’s important to know your blood pressure and cholesterol number
- Give advice on how to reduce your heart age.
To find out your Heart Age click below to launch the Heart Age Test
To find out your Heart Age search ‘Heart Age’ or go to https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/nhs-health-check/check-your-heart-age-tool/
If you’re aged 40-74 without a pre-existing condition you may be eligible for a free NHS Health Check. The check is designed to spot early signs of stroke, kidney disease, type 2 diabetes or dementia. As we get older we have a higher risk of developing one of these conditions. An NHS Health Check helps find ways to lower this risk.
If you think you might be eligible for an NHS Health Check, and you haven’t already had one in the last 5 years, please speak to a member of the reception team to find out more.
For more information about how to improve your lifestyle and details of the support available to help you lose weight, become more physically active, stop smoking or drink less alcohol visit the Better Living Service website at www.calderdale.gov.uk/betterliving