Calling for more people to tell us what you think of health and care
Over 2,605 poeple, 7.8% more than last year, people to us about their experiences of health and social care services in Devon this year.
Published today, our sixth annual report sets out what people think of current care and how we have helped services hear what works, what doesn’t and what local people want from care in the future. The report published today outlines this work and what we have done to tell those in charge of local services about the improvements people would like to see.
How we’ve made a difference
On page 7, read how feedback from 477 people in Devon and the subsequent publication of our report, How to tackle loneliness in Devon, led to the issue of a Charter to end Loneliness by the Devon Health and Wellbeing Board.
On page 9, find out how our innovative partnership with Citizens Advice Devon is making it easier for people in Devon to get the help and information they need.
Tell us what you think
Thank you to everybody who has shared their stories over the past year. Please continue to share your experiences with us this year, if it matters to you, it could matter to someone else. By telling us what you think we can help make care better.
If you have an experience you’d like to share – no matter how big or small – we want to hear about it. Share your feedback here
Download our full annual report here
For a printed copy of this report please call Healthwatch Devon on 0800 520 0640.