Hospitals proudly raise flags for disabilities campaign
Hospitals across the region are ‘proudly’ flying flags today for a campaign of visibility to combat stigma around disability.
The flags have been flown at the Grimsby and Scunthorpe hospitals, with a mark of vocation, as part of UK Disability History Month this year.
The flags, read ‘not all disabilities are visible’, and are situated outside the main entrance of Scunthorpe hospital, and in the car park opposite A&E at Grimsby.
The trust said a flag will soon be raised on the roof of the hospital, as they shared the news via social media:
On their social media page, they wrote:
To mark UK Disability History Month this year, we are proudly flying purple ‘Not all disabilities are visible’ flags at our hospitals!
‘If you’ve visited Goole hospital recently, you’ll see the flag on the wall outside the main entrance. At Scunthorpe hospital, the flag flies in the car park opposite A&E. At Grimsby, the flag will soon be raised on the roof of the hospital!
‘Thank you to our colleagues at Unison for providing the flags.’
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