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Your story has the power to make a difference.

If it matters to you, it's likely it matters to someone else too.
 
No matter how big or small the issue, we want to hear about it. 
 
Please use the form at the bottom of this page to share you story with us. Alternatively you can contact us via the link below. 

 

 

How could services be better for Carers?

Do you have an experience as a Carer that services could learn from? Do you have ideas about how services could be improved for Carers?

To truly effect positive change, we need the voices of Carers who are affected by/using local health and social care services.

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Dementia and Medication

As part of our work with the Dementia Partnership Board and the Dementia Pathway improvement Group, HWMK want to explore the experience of people with dementia who have been prescribed certain medications. 

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Home Education Survey

We have discovered that there are a lot of services provided by, or accessed through schools and have realised that this may create a gap in services (or access to services) for those families who are educating their children at home. We would like to hear from you your thoughts and suggestions so that we can gather evidence of what is working for you, and what needs to be improved.  

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Young People: What changes to health and social care services would make a positive difference to your life?

Are you under 25? This is your chance to have your say on how service could be better for you. You can tell us about what changes you would make to existing services, what would make it easier, or encourage you, to use services, how services could be better advertised to you, and what services you think are missing.

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Share your views

Please use this space to share your story with us, whether it is a complaint a compliment, or a suggestion for change. 

The information you provide will be:

  • Added to the evidence base we hold about what local people need to know, and have said about health and social care.
  • Used to hold commissioners and providers of health and social care services to account
  • used to answer your questions, or signpost you to further help and assistance

You can find out more about how we store and process personal data in our privacy statement

Tell us a bit about you

You don't need to fill in this information, but it helps us to better understand if any particular people in Milton Keynes are being disadvantaged in health and care services.