Making health and social care services work better, for everyone

Helping us make health and social care services better.

Our volunteers play an important role in helping us to make a difference to your local health and social care services. Put simply, we couldn’t do what we do without them.

Volunteers assist with a variety of activities, such as:

  • Helping us by going ‘out and about’ to seek community views
  • Getting involved with specific projects like assessing Home Care provision
  • As Authorised Representatives, attending visits to providers.

As a core function of our organisation, Volunteers are represented on our Board – reflecting the importance they have in the organisational decision making processes.

All of our volunteers receive extensive training, which, as well as a general introduction to volunteering with Healthwatch, also includes awareness sessions around dementia, mental health, learning disabilities, safeguarding adults, mental capacity and deprivation of liberty safeguards amongst others.

One of our experienced volunteers gave a presentation at the Healthwatch Warwickshire Annual Conference 2017, about the role of volunteers in the organisation. The presentations slides are available here.

Resources for our registered volunteers are in our Volunteer Hub:

Volunteer Hub

Gill Fletcher

Gillian Fletcher – Authorised Representative

Susan Jenkins – Authorised Representative David Alexander – Authorised Representative





Sue Tulip

Sue Tulip – Authorised Representative

Sue Roodhouse

Sue Roodhouse – Authorised Representative

Jackie Prestwich

Jackie Prestwich – Authorised Representative

Alison Wickens

Alison Wickens – Authorised Representative

Maggie Roberson

Maggie Roberson – Authorised Representative


Dilys Skinner

Dilys Skinner – Authorised Representative

Caroline Pell


Anita Vig

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