We need to hear YOUR Corona story
How are Kent’s health and social care services supporting you right now?
Patient organisation, Healthwatch Kent, is calling on Kent residents to get in touch and tell them how our health and social care services are coping during the pandemic.
Healthwatch’s Robbie Goatham said, “We want to hear about every aspect of your Corona story, no matter how small. Have you managed to get your prescription? How are your virtual Outpatients appointments working? Are you worried about getting your Carers to visit? Maybe you have a great example of how services are going the extra mile to get you the support that you need. We want to hear every aspect of your experience right now.”
Healthwatch Kent will ensure your story is heard by decision makers so that they can make changes to services.
“We are part of the many emergency planning conversations that are taking place every week,” continued Healthwatch Manager, Robbie. “It’s important that your voice is heard by people who are managing our health and social care services. Please get in touch. Your story could make a real difference.”
To share your story, visit https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XBank
For feedback about mental health services click here https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MHCOVID
For feedback about services for people with physical disabilities click here https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CovidPDF
If you need information about what services are still open, Healthwatch is publishing a regular update on their website (www.healthwatchkent.co.uk). This includes detailed updates about services for older people, people with physical disabilities and mental health services alongside general health and social care provision.
The Healthwatch Helpline remains open for anyone needing information about services or support to find the right services. Call the Helpline for FREE anytime on 0808 801 0103 or email firstname.lastname@example.org