The head of Derbyshire’s independent health and social care watchdog has warned that meaningful public and patient input into the future of local health services is in danger of being side-lined following recent developments in the county.
Leaflet provided by Derbyshire County Council.
The first meeting of the High Peak mental health service receiver and carer engagement group is scheduled for the 17th May.
Mental Health Together Buxton launch event rescheduled.
An initiative to involve mental health service receivers and carers across Derby and Derbyshire in how health and social care services are run, and the decisions made about how services are changed.
We have set up two official launch events to give you the opportunity to meet the team and find out more about the work we’re doing.
We’re taking part in a walk & talk event as part of a nationwide push to get people talking more openly about mental health for one day.
This project involves MHT working with a Lead Nurse and Carers Champion to help establish a service receiver and carer feedback group in the High Peak area. This group will be consulted with, and provide feedback to health and social care providers and commissioners, regarding new and existing services.