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RED. AMBER. GREEN. HOSPITAL INFORMATION for people with learning disabilities. This gives hospital staff important information about YOU Please take it with you if you have to go into hospital Ask the hospital staff to keep it with your nursing notes

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RED

AMBER

GREEN

HOSPITAL INFORMATION

for people with learning disabilities

This gives hospital staff important information

about YOU

Please take it with you if you have to go into hospital

Ask the hospital staff to keep it with your nursing notes

Make sure that all the nurses who look

after you read it

ALL NURSES and MEDICAL STAFF

MUST READ

The Policy on Supporting People with

Learning Disabilities in

Lancashire Teaching Hospital Settings

Date completed: ……………………………….

Completed by: …………………………….………………………..

Relationship/Designation: ………………………………………..

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RED ALERT - Things you must know about me

My name:……………………………………………………………………………………………..

Telephone number:………………………………………….

Date of Birth:……………………….. NHS number:…….……………………

My religion:……………………………………………………………………

Name of Doctor: Dr……………………………… Practice:……………………………..

Contact number:……………………………………………

If you need to contact someone who knows me really well please

contact:

Name: …………………………………………….. Relationship: …………………………………

Contact Number: ………………………………………………

Allergies:

Current Medication:

Brief Medical History:

Level of communication/

comprehension:

Medical Interventions – how to

take my blood, give injections,

medication, BP etc.

Heart (heart problems):

Breathing (respiratory problems):

Choking:

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Level of Support

Who needs to stay and how often

AMBER - Things that are really important to me

Communication/Information Sharing

How to communicate with me,

how to help me understand things

Seeing/Hearing

How to communicate with me,

how to help me understand things

Eating (swallowing)

Food cut up, choking, help with feeding

Drinking (swallowing)

Small amounts, choking

Going to the Toilet

Continence aids, help to

get to the toilet

Moving around

Posture in bed

Walking aids

Taking Medication

Crushed tablets, injections, syrup

Pain

How you know I am in pain

Not feeling myself

If I am bored, upset, worried,

lonely or need some attention

Sleeping

sleep pattern/routine

Keeping safe

Bed rails, sitting, controlling

behaviour, absconding

Personal care

Dressing, washing, dentures,

glasses, hearing aid etc.

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THINGS I

LIKE

Please do this:

THINGS I DO

NOT LIKE

Don’t do this:

GREEN - Things I would like to happen

Likes and Dislikes

Think about - what upsets you, what makes you happy, things you like

to do; i.e. watch TV, reading, listening to music. How you want people

to talk to you (don’t shout). Food likes and dislikes. Physical touch,

restraint, special needs, routines and things that keep you safe

Developed by Preston Primary Care NHS Trust, adapted from the original produced by Gloucestershire Partnerships NHS Trust