Pharmacy update: we have switched Homecare high cost drug provision from Lloyds  to Sciensus. This will involve a transition period over the next few months where you may still have outstanding deliveries from Lloyds whilst all patients  prescriptions move across. Apologies for any inconvenience during this transition.

If you have not had a delivery from Sciensus yet, you will unfortunately not know which company holds your current prescription. So for the next few months when arranging a delivery we ask that you contact  Lloyds first (Tel 0345 2636 123) followed by  Sciensus if Lloyds unable to help (Tel 0333 103 9499). If you experience any problems  please then contact your clinical team. Once you receive a delivery from Sciensus you will not need to contact Lloyds again.

We have experienced delays due to staffing shortages at both Homecare companies, so please plan your next delivery when you still have  3-4 weeks of medication left to avoid being left short.

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Leaving School – Higher Education & Employment

Schools out!  So whats next?

Follow this link for the CF trust information booklet giving guidance on options for your next stage, including making choices, disability rights and leaving home.

The Jospeh Levy Educational fund can offer financial support for those with CF keen to  enter  higher education – go to their website for information

Speak to your team about any careers choices early – most careers will be accessible to you but you may need advice weighing up infection risks and therefore good to explore these early on. Have a look at the CF trust employment factsheet attached for more advice

Non CF specific careers advice is available locally at can be helpful with finding traineeships or apprenticeships or getting back into education in Devon.