& E Client Information sheet
This is an example of good practice developed by Kings College. The aim is to reduce inappropriate hospital discharges, and improve information sharing between services and hospital. The A&E Client Information sheet should be filled out by staff in supported housing and given to ambulance crew when a client goes to hospital
English Information leaflet for women who are
pregnant and rough sleeping in Westminster.
Romanian Information leaflet for women
who are pregnant and rough sleeping in Westminster.
Information factsheet on how to support people that may have
a learning disability.
Information sheet on accessing a GP -
this update from
Groundswell explains the rights of homeless people who ae
struggling to access a GP.
Pregnancy protocol for rough sleepers with NRPF
This document provides guidance for outreach workers who are working with pregnant women with NRPF who are rough sleeping or begging in Westminster. It lists the homeless GPs, safeguarding process and the members of staff that need to be informed.
Methods to provide in-house
This document provides examples of where in-house counselling has been successful, guidance on how to recruit counsellors and a template person specification to recruit volunteer counsellors.
Poster detailing facts about Spice and harm reduction.
Travel help for health appointments
This document provides numbers for
outpatient transport services for the main hospitals in
Westminster, along with Taxi Card Scheme, North
Westminster Health Link and Freedom Pass.
Health treatment refusal form
This form can be used as a tool to encourage clients to accept health treatment (e.g. ambulance call out to hospital)and also to document when treatment has
HHCP handover sheet for supported housing services
This document provides information about the HHCP that can be included in handovers to staff to update them on how the HHCP can support your service.
Smooth transitions guidance
This form can be used to reflect on best practice transitioning clients to another service and to provide a handover of health information to new service