Disability Rights UK have extended their partnership with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to gather feedback from disabled people about their experience of health services and social care, via CQC’s ‘Tell Us About Your Care’ initiative.
The CQC would really like to hear from disabled (and non-disabled) people on their experience of using any of the services they regulate, including GP and dentist surgeries; hospitals; services in the home; etc. A full list of these services can be viewed by clicking here.
They encourage people to tell the CQC about their experience, positive or negative, of any of the services they regulate. This information is used in many ways by CQC, including triggering regulatory visits to services, and feedback can be given anonymously.
You can provide feedback online by clicking here (please remember to select Disability Rights UK in the ‘how heard’ section!). You can also provide feedback by telephone or gain further information by contacting Disability Rights UK by telephone on 0330 995 0400.
For further information on the DR UK & CQC Partnership, please click here.