My Health Guide recently changed to Hear Me Now

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For adults with learning disabilities

People with learning disabilities often have difficulty managing complex information that comes their way, including information about their health and the care they receive.

Hear Me Now provides a way for people to hold on to and make sense of the information they are given about their health and wellbeing.

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Hear Me Now enables people to

  • Capture what matters to them in a single user-friendly place
  • Add content in their preferred format: text, images, audio or video
  • Share information with carers and health professionals
  • Establish better quality relationships with support staff and health professionals

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Before, it would have been two professionals talking. Now the patient is at the heart of that. He’s owning that information, and sharing it with us because he wants to.

Joanne Bone, Senior Nurse, Humber NHS Foundation Trust

My Health Guide has unlimited possibilities. It really will help put people with learning disabilities in control of their own health and wellbeing.

Trish Bailey, Clinical Care Director: Children & Learning Disability Services, Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Hear Me Now owners video

We’ve produced a short introductory video for Hear Me Now app owners (and potential owners) to help them understand what Hear Me Now is, why it’s useful, and how it can help them.



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