Making health and social care services work better, for everyone

Everything we say and do is informed by local people.

As your independent ‘consumer association’ for local health and social care services, we are here to ensure that you have a voice in the design and delivery of these services. Our role is to ensure that local service providers and decision makers always put your experiences at the heart of your care.

We believe that by asking you to share your experiences we can identify issues that, if addressed, will help us to make improvements that will benefit everyone.

“We promise to be an accessible, trusted, independent source of advice – listening, and responding effectively, to express your voice on local health and social care issues.”

By listening to what you have to say and sharing your feedback with local service providers, we can all work together to make sure that Warwickshire’s health and social care services work better, for everyone.

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Warwickshire Carers Week

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