Help us to decide what our priorities should be for the next year #SpeakUp2021

Every year we carry out a survey to decide which areas we should focus our work on over the coming year. We want you to tell us what areas of health and care we should focus on and what you would like us to look at in more detail.
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Healthwatch Salford is your independent consumer champion for health and social care.  We listen to what you are saying about services received in Salford and report our findings to the people who provide and pay for your health and care services.

Every year we carry out a survey to decide which areas we should focus our work on over the coming year.  We all love the NHS and value the support that social care services provide, but they need to hear from the people who use them about how they can improve. 

We want you to tell us what areas of health and care we should focus on and what it is about these services that you feel we need to look at in more detail.  In addition, we would love to hear your experiences of these services (e.g. how easy was it to access the help and support you needed? What was your experience of care like?  How did you feel about the further treatment, care, or support you were offered?).

It only takes five minutes to speak up about what's worked and what can be improved. It’s that simple.

Once you have completed the survey, we will then use this information to develop our work priorities for 2021/22.

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Survey closes: 31st January 2021

We are also holding an online priorities event, as part of our Healthwatch Salford Community Forum, which will give you the opportunity to discuss your experience with us in more detail. 

The online event will be held on Tuesday 12th January 2021, 10am – 12, and for further information on how to attend and book your place please click here.

Tell us about your experiences

NHS and social care staff are doing everything they can to keep us well during these challenging times, but there might be things that can be improved.

Your feedback can help services spot issues that are affecting care for you and your loved ones.

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