The more that people share their views about NHS and social care, the more services can understand when improvements are needed.
That's why we're joining a campaign to encourage people to speak up and help to make services better for their communities.
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Our volunteers are people like you who live or work in different parts of Cambridgeshire. You know the place you live and the people in your community.
We need your help to talk to more people about Healthwatch and find out what local health and care services are like for them.
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We have been working to make sure children and young people's opinions and experiences are listened to as part of redesigning local mental health services for them.
Read "Thriving", our new report into children and young people's mental health.
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What we've been doing to help make sure local health and care decision makers listen to the needs of Gypsies, Romany and Travellers.
They make up the largest ethnic minority communities in the county, but are more likely to have poor health than other local people.
Our "My Own Mind" report looks at young people’s attitudes to stress and anxiety, what helps them cope and what they would like to see done differently.
We spoke to more than 100 students at Ely College to find out about their opinions and experiences. Hear what they said ...
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Over 1,000 people told us what their First Steps to Health would be, in an innovative survey to find out about local people's attitudes to using primary care services.
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We want Youth Connect to help young people talk to health and social care decision makers about issues that are important to them.
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Healthwatch Cambridgeshire is an independent local organisation.
Our job is to make sure that local people have a say in important decisions about their health and social care services.
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