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Learning Disability Big Health Check and Social Care Open day

Published: 05/04/18

Celebrating 10 years of reducing health inequalities and making a difference

Learning Disability Big Health Check and Social Care Open day

Big Health Check Day celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The event, held in Gloucester, is aimed at helping people with learning disabilities with complex physical and health needs to stay active and healthy. On average, the popular day attracts 1,500 people with 70 volunteers giving up their time to make the day happen. This year’s event – on May 22 - is expected to be even bigger than usual.

The event will be held at Oxstalls Sports Park, Tewkesbury Park, Gloucester

Among the many health and social care stalls will be information on annual health checks, easy read information and resources, learning disability teams, dental access services, podiatry, screening and the county council employment team. Visitors will also be able to visit the private and voluntary organisations creating awareness of activities and voluntary work including SkillZone, Via Dance, Wiggly Worm, Artshape, Kingfisher Treasure Seekers, Scrubditch Farm Animals, assistive technology and much more. With our links to Special Olympics Gloucestershire, we are so excited to be offering sporting activities again, including adapted tennis, football,  Boccia, archery, golf, snooker, adapted bikes and trikes, adapted athletics, football and trampolining.

For more details about how to get involved email: Simon Shorrick at [email protected]

You can see an overview of last year’s event by visiting https://youtu.be/17FVuXq-3X8.

You can also follow the event on Twitter using #bighealth18.

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