Do you want to have a say in making community mental health services better?

Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust are doing some work to decide what to measure to find out if people are having good experiences of using their services, and whether their care and support is making a difference to them.
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Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust want to involve service users, carers, and relatives in this work. They are looking for people to come to their discussion meetings, to help them know what they need to consider and help them decide what to do.

What is involved? 

Three meetings will be held via video link / Microsoft Teams software.

They will take place for 45 minutes and are scheduled for:

  •  29th June at 10:00am
  • 14th July at 4:15pm
  • 25th July at 3:15pm

Members of staff from Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust and Healthwatch Sheffield will be at the meetings. You may be asked to look through documents before meetings. The Health and Care Trust will offer to pay you for your time.

What support is there to take part? 

You don’t need to have done anything like this before, you can have someone with you at the meeting if you like, and the Health and Care Trust say they can support you to:

  • Go through any written documents
  • Access a computer and join the meetings online.

Please talk to them about any other support you might need to get involved.

Interested?

To find out more please email Greg at: greg.hackney@shsc.nhs.uk or call Healthwatch Sheffield on  0114 2536688/ 07415249657

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