Respect Drama Group join in the communications study day at Ashford and St Peters Hospital this week.
The group showed their unique drama production that they created to share information with people with disabilities about equality and disability issues.
Debbie – one of the performers explained why the group created the drama production “Drama is a good way to help people to understand some things that can be hard to explain in other ways.”
The communications study day was held at Ashford and St Peters hospital for staff, customers and professionals to learn about dementia, learning disability, stroke patients and other groups of people. The day helped health care staff to learn more about the needs of other people, and how best to support them. Workshops and discussion were held to discuss equality, inclusion and giving choice and opportunities to people. The aims of the day were to find out how health professionals can develop further the existing services on offer and ensure that dignity, respect and sensitivity are paramount to all customers/patients.
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