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No need to book - just come along and share your comments.​

Supporting documents

Have your say about Central Norfolk Adult Community Services
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29/10/2014
From: 10:00
To: 17:00

Main Hall
Hellesdon Hospital Drayton High Road
Norwich
NR6 5BE

How to get there:

For more information contact:

Amy Eagle on
amy.eagle@nsft.nhs.uk
or
Peter King on
peter.king@nsft.nhs.uk
or
call 01603 421330

We would like you to come and share your suggestions to help improve how we support you in your recovery.
 
A survey was held by The Care Quality Commission (CQC) of people who use community mental health services and it was reported that the performance was 'worse than expected'.
 
We want to change this and can only do it effectively with your input: You are the experts, tell us what you think the service should look like.

No need to book just come along and share your comments by writing them on display boards or chat with members of staff who will listen to your story, good or bad and take note of your ideas. We want to understand how we develop meaningful service user and carer involvement.
 
We will also have three short presentations at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm. These presentations will share factual information about the local vision for adult community services.

The day will also include community service and other Trust staff and teams who support the community services to deliver mental health services across central Norfolk including Norfolk County Council and the ImROC Team.
 
Once we have collated your information we will have another event on 31 March 2015 (venue to be confirmed) to share how your suggestions have been put into practice.

Our event poster is available under Supporting Documents for download - so please feel free to distribute it to interested friends and colleagues.