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Click here to read HemiHelp information sheets on treatments, education, everyday life and much more

Certified member of The Information Standard

As a certified member of The Information Standard we can confidently say that we are a reliable and trustworthy source of health and/or social care information.

By meeting this Standard we have successfully demonstrated:

  • We have appropriate and documented information management structures
  • We use adequate systems and methods for producing information
  • We have clear aims about the information we provide
  • We understand and meet the needs of our audiences
  • We make correct use of sources of evidence
  • We make any conflicts of interest clear

All our information sheets will be reviewed on a rolling basis every three years to ensure the information is up to date and meets the requirements of the Standard. Information produced in line with the requirements of the Information Standard scheme is marked with the Information Standard logo. Any information not marked with the logo is not included in the scope of the programme, this includes: information produced for the purposes of marketing or fundraising, information which expresses the personal opinion of individuals, information targeted at healthcare professionals, user-generated content including any comments you send through this website,information generated on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Forums. Users of the website, the HemiHelp forum or social media should follow these guidelines

If you are a parent of a child with hemiplegia, an adult with hemiplegia or a professional expert and would like to help us review our information sheets, please contact

HemiHelp shall hold responsibility for the accuracy of the information they publish and neither the Scheme Operator nor the Scheme Owner shall have any responsibility whatsoever for costs, losses or direct or indirect damages or costs arising from inaccuracy of information or omissions in information published on the website on behalf of HemiHelp

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