Information in British Sign Language (BSL)

About the Integrated Care Board (ICB)



Health advice















For parents, guardians and carers of of preschool and primary school aged children:
For secondary school-aged children:






BSL video is based on the leaflet found on health publications, go to Pregnancy: how to help protect you and your baby - Health Publications








Health services

Not all benefits entitle you to free dental treatment. If you claim for free dental treatment when you're not entitled, you could face a penalty charge. Use the NHS online eligibility checker to find out more:


There are changes in the way we access help and receive care from general practices. The extended healthcare team at your GP practice is made up of different staff such as physiotherapists, paramedics, mental health practitioners, who work alongside GPs and nurses, and the role of the reception team in helping you get the right care, more easily, first time.

This short film highlights the staff working in general practice that you may be directed to for help with your needs.






NHS 111 British Sign Language (BSL) information, including how to contact NHS 111 for urgent medical problems. If you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do, go straight to

To use the NHS 111 BSL interpreter service go to



For more information about your local pharmacy go to



Use the NHS online eligibility checker to find out more:

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