Social Prescribing - The Boathouse Surgery and Theale Medical Centre

Last updated: 13/12/2021

Social Prescribers can help you:

  • Improve your general health and wellbeing
  • Reduce feelings of isolation
  • Discover local self-help groups, clubs and befriending agencies
  • Volunteer your own time and experiences
  • Find bereavement support
  • Access social groups and parenting classes
  • Explore support for housing, employment, benefits, debt & legal advice
  • Become more active
  • Get involved in your local community

Where to go

Notes

You will be seen at your registered GP practice:

We can arrange home visits, where appropriate 

 

Time / Date Details

Time of day
Evening
Afternoon
Morning
Lunchtime

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Talk to your GP, health care professional or any surgery staff about a referral. Alternatively, you can self-refer on the telephone via your surgery reception line or via the surgery website

Other notes

Your social prescriber is:

  • Someone you can talk to confidentially

  • Someone who is practical, helpful and who will not judge you

  • Someone who can give you additional and ongoing support to improve your health and wellbeing

 How do I access the service?

To access this service you will need to be a registered patient at one the following GP practices:

Quality checks

  • Not applicable

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