NNUH For Me Campaign

*I am not involved with this campaign, nor being paid or gifted for sharing this. I’m sharing this to reach more people. All views are my own.

Chelsea, from Norfolk, has created a campaign via Scope for Change. She is campaigning for more disability training for staff, at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, which will improve the experience for disabled people.

She would like to hear about your experiences – have you been treated unfairly at this hospital because of your disability? Anything you feel comfortable with sharing, please do speak to Chelsea – you have the option to be anonymous or you can agree to ensuring your name is mentioned. It’s entirely up to you.

Personally, I don’t go to this hospital as King’s Lynn is much closer.

But if you do, and feel comfortable with sharing your bad experience with Chelsea, then please head over to her campaigns Facebook Page, NNUH For Me, which you can contact her via sending a private message.

Her page also let’s supporters keep up to date with the latest about the campaign – I’m really looking forward to seeing the outcome as I believe Chelsea can make a difference!

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Hey fellow superheroes! I'm Ami, I'm 24 and I live in Norfolk, UK. On my blog, UndercoverSuperhero, I openly talk about my recovery journey which stemmed from being in hospital and a specialist neurological rehabilitation centre for 9 months. I talk about how I maintain a positive mindset whilst coming to terms with my disability. I love superheroes, so much so that my partner and I are having a superhero themed wedding! I generally like to talk about anything and everything on my blog, I also have an ongoing series called "The Reality of..." which allows readers and bloggers to raise awareness of the disabilities, mental illnesses, chronic illnesses, impairments, that they live with as it is so important to raise awareness! Everybody has a voice! πŸ’š

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