Service User and Carer Involvement
As a service user or carer you can play an important part in improving and developing the Trust's services. Here are some of the ways you can tell us about your experiences and make suggestions.
Service User Council
If you have used the Trust’s services one way to get involved in feeding back ideas for improvements is by joining the Service User Council.
If you are a carer for someone who uses the Trust’s services you may wish to join the Carer Council.
Service User Council (Learning Disability)
If you have used, or are using, the Trust's services for people with a learning disability, you may be interested in participating in the Service User Council (Learning Disability).
Involvement for Young People
If you have used, or are using, the Trust’s services for children and younger people you may be interested in joining this group.
There are many other ways to get involved in improving the Trust’s services. Examples include taking part in the recruitment of staff, participation in focus groups and workshops, involvement in training staff and volunteering opportunities.
If you would like to receive information about any of the involvement opportunities above, plus details of activities as they arise, please contact:
Sophie Taylor, Inclusion and Engagement Manager Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 01727 804761