These resources are aimed at helping people with disability to understand the effects of medications and to communicate about their health needs. Many of these resources are aimed at people with intellectual or learning disabilities but others may find them useful too. These resources can help people with disability to understand and make decisions about their medicines.*
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- Easy-read resources to help talk with your pharmacist: Easy Read - Getting to know your pharmacist - Peter Bates
- A resource to record communication with your doctor: Easy Read - After visiting the doctor – Council for Intellectual Disability
- Resources to help talk with the doctor about physical and mental health: Communication tools for Mental Health - Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities
- Annual health assessment for people with intellectual disability: Adult Comprehensive Health Assessment Program (CHAP) – Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care
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*Whilst care is taken to ensure the accuracy and currency of these resources at the time of publication, these resources are not always updated after the fact. It is the responsibility of the viewer to determine the appropriateness of a resource as part of their own due diligence. These resources do not replace the need for individual expert advice.