Share your views - 'Pulse check' Kingston: Dementia Services
In support of Dementia Action Week (17th-23rd May) and through to the end of June, Healthwatch Kingston is encouraging people to talk about Dementia and are asking, ‘How Dementia friendly are local NHS and social care services?’
We are seeking the views of people living with Dementia including family and friends, carers and advocates, to help services work better for the people who use them. Everything we say and do is informed by what local people tell us. As well as encouraging those who run local services to act on what matters to people, we also share local views and experiences with Healthwatch England and the Care Quality Commission who make sure that the government put people at the heart of care nationally’.
Contact us to arrange a telephone interview or please complete the short form below.
One in three of us born in the UK today will go on to develop dementia in our lifetime, and there will be one million people living with dementia by 2025 making dementia care one of the greatest challenges facing our society
— Alzheimer's Society
Here are some other current Healthwatch Kingston surveys
We are gathering views on a range of NHS and social care services during the coronavirus pandemic. Please tell us your views so you can help us improve services for you in Kingston.
Care Home and other Residential Care Surveys
Healthwatch Kingston recognises this is a sensitive time for many and we would like to hear about the experiences of residents, and also from family members and friends of residents of Care Homes, Supported Living Homes and Extra Care Housing.