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TOPIC: social scriber

social scriber 1 week 1 day ago #237085

just found this out from a friend who had a pip review and was rejected and her dr told her about this service anybody know anything
thanks

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social scriber 1 week 1 day ago #237088

tricia wrote: just found this out from a friend who had a pip review and was rejected and her dr told her about this service anybody know anything
thanks


I can't find anything that would seem relevant.

Gordon

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social scriber 1 week 14 hours ago #237148

Didn't someone mention social prescribing on the forum during the last week or two, or have I read it elsewhere? Could this be what you mean?

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social scriber 6 days 18 hours ago #237181

Hi I live in Scotland and after talking to my friend I called my Doc and they told me that anyone going for esa/pip can have a social scriber for free, they go with you to your assesment and assist you with your form/interview etc

news to me

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social scriber 6 days 18 hours ago #237183

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Hi to all,

what is a social scriber?

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social scriber 5 days 8 hours ago #237286

Hi mrfibrospondodysthmatic

The closest information I have come across to social scribing come from NHS Scotland.

Social prescribing is commonly used in primary care settings and provides non-medical options for primary care staff to draw on to support their patients’ health and wellbeing, including their mental health. Social prescribing is an approach used to support self-management. It is primarily used for connecting people to non-medical sources of support or resources within their community. It can also be used by professionals working in other services and enhances the holistic approaches to addressing health, wellbeing and mental health problems.

www.healthscotland.scot/publications/soc...rescribing-resources

Gary
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