What do I need to bring?

Most of the time nothing is required however if you have medical notes that you think are important then bring these to the consultation.



Will I need to be examined?

Most likely yes - examination relevant to the condition being assessed will most likely be required. If this is related to a mental health condition then a physical examination may not be required.



Can I bring a support

Yes of course a support person is welcomed to come along.



How long will the appointment take?

Most consultations will take between 40 - 60 minutes.



When I turn up who do I see?

If reception is unattended please take a seat and someone will be with you soon.



Will I need to wait long?

Normally wait times are less than 10 minutes.



After the appointment what happens?

A report will be provided to the requesting party and you are entitle to receive a copy from them.



Do I need an interpreter? 

If English is your second language then you may wish to have an interpreter present, the organisation who is requesting the assessment will need to know this so as they can arrange an interpreter.



What to do if I am unhappy with the outcome of the assessment?

You are welcome to discuss this with the funding party and if there are inaccuracies in the report they can be corrected.



How do I cancel an appointment?

If this was made by yourself then please contact us as soon as possible via email or if the appointment was made by a third party organisation then discuss this with them and they can contact us to cancel or postpone as required.



Can I change my appointment time?

This can often be done if an appointment time given is unsuitable - please contact us.



Do you do onsite workplace assessments?

Yes this can be arranged if given enough notice please contact us to arrange.



Where do I park?

Parking is very convenient - just outside the rooms, and access is on the ground level making wheelchair access easy.



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