Healthwatch are looking for men from minority ethnic communities and also people with a learning disability to share experiences of health and care services in Leeds.

We’re looking for people who have multiple health conditions and see several health and care professionals each month. We want to hear from people whose voices are currently underrepresented in our ‘How does it feel for me?’ project.

We will work with people to record their health and care journey once a month over 6 months using video or audio (and anonymously if you wish).

£100 thank you voucher is given to participants at the end of the filming period. Interpreters are available for anyone whose first language is not English including British Sign Language.

Find out more by watching the short video Link to video on youtube:

If you want your voice to be heard, or you support someone who does, you can express an interest in the project by filling in the short form – Link to form on survey monkey:  by 16 June 2024.

Alternatively, you can get help filling it in over the phone by calling 0113 8980035.

You can also help by liking and sharing their posts on:

Here is the information in easy read:

Easy read recruitment poster for the how does it feel for me project