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  • 'Not Equal' Deaf Access Workshop

    'Not Equal' Deaf Access Workshop

    Healthwatch Sheffield is hosting a workshop with Citizen’s Advice Deaf Advice Team and Disability Sheffield, where commissioners and providers of Health and Social Care can share their responses to the recommendations of our ‘Not Equal’ Report. The workshop will take place on Friday 23 March from 10am to 12noon at The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane Sheffield S1 4FW.

  • Care Quality Commission 'Tell us about your Care'

    Care Quality Commission 'Tell us about your Care'

    Tell the CQC about your experiences of health and social care services to help them to decide when, where and what to inspect.

  • What is social care and how does it work?

    What is social care and how does it work?

    The King’s Fund has pulled together a range of ‘bite-sized social care’ resources including short videos to help explain social care in England.

  • Sheffield Adult Care Forum

    In July 2015 a number of Sheffield residents who access Adult Social Care, their families and carers/allies came together in a safe environment to discuss the difficulties they faced, their fears that the system was in crisis and their concerns for the future. Their experiences and personal stories were shared, and subsequently, a report was published. This year they intend to come together again to see what, if anything has changed.

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