Please take our Red Flags action during PSP Awareness Week (16 to 22 May) and help us raise awareness of PSP with GPs.
Getting involved is simple:
- Download a copy of our PSP Red Flags for GPs
- Arrange an appointment with your Practice Manager, GP or Patient Group
- Take it to your appointment
- Ask them to share it in their practice
- Let us know where you’ve been and send in a photo if possible
- Ask your family and friends to take the action too.
If you have an appointment with your GP for a medical matter please take the PSP Red Flags for GPs with you, but do not book surgery time with your GP just to discuss Red Flags.
Be social: Tweet using @pspassociation and use the hashtag #PSPredflags or post on our Facebook page.
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By post: Red Flags for PSP, PSPA, FREEPOST RSLR-ZTGA-HHAU, Towcester, NN12 6BX
Contact the media: Please tell your local media about your activities and why our campaign matters to you and your family. We’ve prepared a template press release.
Hold an event
If you have more time we’d love you to arrange a PSP Red Flags for GPs event in your area. Perhaps you could arrange a special meeting of your local group during PSP Awareness Week, or hold a coffee morning and raise some funds for PSPA too.
Invite local influencers and decision makers along, including your MP or local health commissioners and talk to them about the impact of PSP on families in your area. We’ve created a template invite to help you.
Remember to give them a PSP Red Flags for GPs poster and ask them to present it to their GP. Don’t forget to send us your photos and share them on social media. Why not invite your local press along too? We’ve created a press release template to help you.
Got a question?
Call us: 0300 0110 122