Give your views as the joint health and social care workshop, Friday 13th September in Dewsbury
Do you access health care and social care in Kirklees?
Many people need both health care and social care and we know that many people, including carers and family, have to contact both health and care services seperately, In Kirklees this often means contacting Locala through Single Point of Contact (SPoC) and Kirklees Council through Gateway to Care.
Kirklees Council are supporting a programme of research to understand and improve people’s experiences of contacting services about their individual care, support and health needs. We would like people who have had experience of contacting both health and care services, to join us at this workshop where we will explore:
- What is it like to talk to both organisations separately about the same person?
- Have you had questions about both your own or a loved one’s health care and social care needs?
- How customer friendly is the current setup?
- Could enquiries about health and social care be dealt with differently?
Please join us at the Walsh Building, Dewsbury on Friday 13th September 2019, from 1pm to 2.30pm, for a friendly, informal session to share your insight and experiences. Light refreshments will be provided and travel expenses can be reimbursed.
We can provide assistance to enable you to attend or particpate, if you need it. Please let us know when you book.
Any information you provide will be seen only by the Gateway to Care and Locala team working on this project. We won’t share your details with anyone else.
Thank your for reading and for your interest in shaping the future of social care in Kirklees.
Up to £2500 for projects that showcase patient and citizen involvement that improves healthcare
Has your voluntary, community or social enterprise
group done some amazing patient, service user or carer involvement work that
has improved healthcare services?
If so, we want you to tell us about it. In fact, we
want to support you to tell everyone about it!
NHS England and NHS Improvement will be awarding
grants of up to £2500 to a number of projects that showcase good practice
around patient and citizen involvement in healthcare. Applicants will need to
provide details of the successful involvement project they have completed,
along with details of how they plan to use the grant to share and showcase
their work in a creative way.
The grants can only be awarded to a voluntary, community or social enterprise organisation. Please ensure you read the 2019 guidelines for community grant applicants pack before you apply, to check that your organisation and project is eligible.
Apply by Monday 23 September 2019 using the apply now button.
To get an application form in another format such as large print or in Word please email:
You can find out more about previous years’
projects in the community grants section of the Involvement Hub on
the NHS England and NHS Improvement website.
Come and find out more about services, support and working for Carers Trust Mid-Yorkshire
Do you know about the services we provide? Such as:
- Group Sessions
- Respite Support
- Emergency Respite Support
- Children’s Day Centre
Come along to see how we can support:
- your family
- your clients
Or come and talk to our Recruitment Team, if you’re interested in working for a thriving, caring charity.
Friday 28th June 2019
10am – 1pm
Unit 9 Shaw Park, Silver Street, Huddersfield, HD5 9AF
What would you do to improve health and care services in Kirklees?
The Long Term Plan sets out what the NHS wants to do better for people. Your local NHS needs to hear from you about what it should do to make care better for your community.
Make your voice count and help make care better. Take part in the survey.
Survey closes Friday 3rd May 2019.