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Promoting health in South Yorkshire through dance

Staff from the RDaSH Health Action Team (back, L-R) Student Nurse Sam Hurley, Primary Liaison Nurse Jayne Thompson and Acute Liaison Nurse Glynis Smith are joined on the Health Bus by the H.E.R.S Crew (front, L-R) Hayley Smith, Jamie Jones and Patrick Hendley-Waite.

Staff from the RDaSH Health Action Team (back, L-R) Student Nurse Sam Hurley, Primary Liaison Nurse Jayne Thompson and Acute Liaison Nurse Glynis Smith are joined on the Health Bus by the H.E.R.S Crew (front, L-R) Hayley Smith, Jamie Jones and Patrick Hendley-Waite.

A South Yorkshire trust got down with the kids when it joined forces with a local dance street crew to promote Learning Disability Week, last week.

Staff from the Learning Disability Health Action Team, which is run by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) (pictured), took the Health Bus to Doncaster College.

There they teamed up with the HERS School of Theatre Dance to promote the area’s health services.

 

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