Turn Us On

Turn Us On Patients in four wards at Clatterbridge Hospital are being offered new help to tuning in to the radio station. Radio Clatterbridge volunteer Natalie Kelly has produced a new Listeners' Guide which explains exactly how to turn us on. The leaflet, for M1, M2, Stroke Rehab and Dermatology, also contains information about the current programme schedule. The wards use a newer control unit but, in many cases, the original labelling has rubbed off so the patients are unsure about how to use the radio. The leaflet is being made available as a laminate and a paper copy.

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