About Tees Health Awareness Roadshow
Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service are committed to investment in a programme of early intervention and prevention, which entails work to improve local people’s health and wellbeing so that they can remain independent and participate fully in their communities for as long as possible.
• Raise communities awareness of long term conditions
• Increase uptake in NHS screening and health check programmes
• Increase the number of people who present at their GP early with signs and symptoms of conditions
• To improve communities knowledge of healthy living
A key element of this work is to work with community groups to raise awareness of long term conditions, such as; cancer, cardiovascular disease, lung conditions and diabetes.
Who we help
Anyone can access this service
How you access our service
Face to Face
If a community group or community venue is interested in raising awareness of the long term conditions they can request the presence of a roadshow within their group venue.
We will come along have a stall or deliver a presentation with a range of information on; cancer, cardiovascular disease, lung disease and diabetes. This will include information on the signs and symptoms of the conditions, the importance of going to a GP when noticing a sign or symptom, the NHS screening and health check programmes associated to each of these conditions and the importance of healthy living.
The venue varies- from range of community venues and times in which it is relevant to be there. Promotion will be done for events across the area so that people are aware that events are taking place. However, predominantly most people use this service as a drop in.
Advice is not available over the telephone however community groups or venues (such as libraries or community hubs) can request a roadshow by telephoning 01642745338
Advice is not available over the telephone however you can request a roadshow by telephoning email@example.com
Charges for our service
There are no charges for services
Quality Marks and Accreditations
Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service does not have any relevant quality marks or accreditiations
Access To Interpreters
Interpreters are available when necessary on a case by case. This includes British Sign Language interpreters.
The offices do have disabled access
Home Visiting Service
Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service does not offer a home visiting service.
Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service is a Statutory Service
Who we are regulated by
Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service is not regulated by any external body
If you wish to complain please write to:
HR- Redcar and Cleveland Council
Redcar & Cleveland House,
Kirkleatham Street, Redcar,