Portsmouth City Council has launched its annual survey to find out from young people, children with learning disabilities or Special Educational Needs and carers of young people with special educational needs or disabilities up to the age of 25 to gather feedback about services and the support available to help shape future services. Please click on the link below by 31st March
Healthwatch Portsmouth is holding its next meeting in public on Tuesday 11th February 2020 2pm – 4pm at the Frank Sorrell Centre, Prince Albert Road, Southsea, Portsmouth PO4 9HR
Here is the agenda for the meeting. We have presentations from 4 guest speakers.
Healthwatch has just won a national award!!! Its digital campaign #WhatWouldYouDo? won where local Healthwatches reached out to the public and patients online to find out views on how the NHS Long Term Plan could best be delivered locally. GranicusUK awarded Healthwatch England the prestigious title at the 2020 Granicus Public Sector Digital Awards ‘Campaign of the year’ ceremony.
This is great timing for today’s release of Healthwatch England’s Annual […]
Further to the problems that people have reported recently on access to the rear of St James’ Hospital we have received the following notice via Solent NHS that NHS Property Services issued last week:
Access to St. James Hospital site
There have been a series of significant attempts to remove lead from buildings on the St. James site in recent days.
The Police have advised NHS Property Services that to make the […]
Sense and the ukactive Research Institute are working together to find out how families with a child with complex disabilities take part in physical activity. Sense and UK active Research Institute want to know what motivates but what challenges families with disabled children face when accessing sport and physical activity. An online survey is open until Sunday 15th March.
After the responses have been analysed Sense will establish a national activity […]