Clinical Frailty Scale & COVID-19, and a letter to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock
The DSA has written to Matt Hancock, please see the Tweet below.
We have written to @MattHancock & asked for reassurance & clarification for our members. For people worried about how @NICEComms guidance about critical care interventions may be interpreted for their loved ones who have Down’s syndrome, please see below. https://t.co/L4p9BUG2nX
— Down’s Syndrome Association (@DSAInfo) March 25, 2020
We will put further updates on here and on our Parents/Carers Facebook page and via Twitter.
If people have any specific concerns they can also either contact The Down Syndrome Association direct or contact us.
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