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Leeds Children's Hospital Get Me Better Workshops05 Jul 2017Leeds Children's Hospital Get Me Better Workshops

Julian Hartley, Chief Executive of Leeds General Infirmary was pleased to hand out certificates to a group of children from Broomfield School. The children had completed their children's workshops, a set of sessions to help them be less anxious about visiting hospital. All the children have a learning disability and/or autism so these sessions make a real difference, not only to the patient experience but they also help our teams to provide treatment and care more easily.  The MNTS's Stevie Foster is also involved with the group and pictured here on the day.



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