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Could you help improve how services work for local people?

Healthwatch Cambridgeshire are looking for people to be part of a small team listening to the views of local people and making recommendations on how to improve care. You’ll be paid an involvement fee of £75 per half day for the time you give. Local NHS and care services want to recruit ten people across […]

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NHS waiting list survey

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, NHS services across the UK have had to care for large numbers of critically ill people infected with the virus. This has led to longer delays for people on waiting lists for hospital services, with five million people now waiting for treatment in England for the first time. A local survey for the […]

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Give your views on the quality of care

The regulator for NHS and care services in England – the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – have asked that people share their experiences of using the NHS and care services. They want to hear from people with disabilities and their carers and Disability Peterborough are encouraging people to give their views. This may include, but […]

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Your views on out of hours support for carers are needed

The National NHS Commitment to Carers Team, and the East of England Carers Lead are inviting you or to be part of a workshop to explore what carers consider good out-of-hours support / contingency planning guidance to be. If you look after a family member or friend, they would like to invite you to a […]

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Join the conversation – what issues are important for parents and carers?

Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust are asking for parents and carers to join in the conversation in understanding what health issues are important to them during this COVID-19 pandemic? The trust run online parent/carer working together groups every 8 weeks and, if you look after a family member or friend, would like you to join […]

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Better Health – Every Mind Matters: supporting children, young people and parents

New NHS-approved guidance from #EveryMindMatters, offers tips and advice for parents and carers on how to support children’s mental wellbeing. The past few months have been difficult for everyone, including children and young people. But there are lots of things to do to support their wellbeing at this time. Head to http://www.everymindmatters.co.uk/ to find helpful […]

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