Having your say
Having your say
It's easier than ever to have your say about local services. You can get involved with shaping how support is provided by social services. You can have your say about local NHS health services. You can get involved in a service user group. There are even places like Cancer Voices from Macmillan that help people give their views and shape cancer services across the country.
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Healthwatch Wandsworth, c/o Wandsworth Care Alliance, Trident Business Centre 3rd Floor, 89 Bickersteth Road, Tooting, SW17 9SH
Telephone: 020 8516 7767
Description: Healthwatch is the new independent consumer champion for health and social care, which was created to gather and represent the views of the public.
Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman
Postal address: Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman, 2 The Oaks Westwood Way, Burton Green, CV4 0EH
Telephone: Adviceline: 0300 061 0614
Description: The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman looks at complaints about councils and all types of care services for adults in England (including care homes and home care providers).
NHS Complaints Advocacy
NHS Complaints Advocacy, C/O VoiceAbility, Trident Business Centre, 89 Bickersteth Road, Tooting, London, SW17 9SH
Telephone: 0300 330 5454 or textphone on 0786 002 2939
Description: NHS Complaints Advocates can help if you or someone you know has not had the care or treatment you expect to receive from your NHS services and you want to complain.
PO Box 935, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 3YJ
Telephone: 020 8423 8999
Description: The Patients Association is a charity which aims to listen to patients views and then speak up and campaign for change in health and social care services across the UK.
Wandsworth Learning Disabilities Network
WLDN, c/o Wandsworth Care Alliance, Trident Business Centre, 89 Bickersteth Road, London, SW17 9SH
Telephone: 020 8516 7764
Description: The Wandsworth Learning Disabilities Network (WLDN) is a network for adults with learning disabilities, learning difficulties and their carers.