‘Because we all care’ campaign launched to encourage people using NHS & Social Care Services to share their experiences with Healthwatch
As the Social Care sector and NHS faces pressures like never before in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have come together today as a coalition of partners from across Social Care and the NHS to support a new campaign ‘Because We All Care’ to ask people who use Health and Care Services to feed back on their experiences.
Despite the toll this terrible pandemic has taken, the nation has pulled together. We have seen thousands of people volunteer their time and millions more expressing support for the front-line workers keeping those in care safe and well.
Research has found that nearly two thirds (61%) of the public want to help to improve Health and Social Care in this country. One crucial way to improve the quality of care is to give feedback, whether positive or negative, because it is only by knowing what has been done well and what requires improvements, that we can build a better care system as we come out of this crisis. Giving feedback might seem like a small contribution but it can have real and concrete effects in improving the quality of care. We want to hear from people about their experiences of care, or that of their loved ones. It has never been more important that the voices of people who use Health and Social Care are heard and that we are listening, because we all care.
So, why not help the NHS and Social Care Services recover from the effect of COVID19? You can complete this short survey and tell us about your experiences:
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