Children & Young People's Health Partnership (CYPHP) welcomes and values local children, young people and families getting involved in our work. We know we cannot successfully improve how services work without understanding your experiences and needs.
We work closely with children, young people and families through schools, youth clubs, support groups, parent groups, questionnaires and many other forums. We also work with local Healthwatch organisations who help represent the voice of local health service users.
Being part of the local community is incredibly useful, helping us to understand how local people use services, what they find works well and where they think improvements are needed. We want to continue having these conversations with local people as our programme continues.
If you have something you want to share with us about local everyday healthcare for children and young people, or want to find out more about how you can get involved with CYPHP in future, then please get in touch. If you already use CYPHP's clinical services (e.g. inreach and specialist nursing) and want to give feedback, visit this link to learn how to get in touch.