Read how your stories and ideas have helped us improve health and care services for some of the most vulnerable people in our area.
Come to our AGM showcase and find out the difference you've helped us make
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Come to our Annual General Meeting and help us celebrate the successes of the last year.
Join our conversation about improving local mental health support.
What hearing loss can bring is isolation, even for people within their own families. You might not be alone, but you can feel alone.
Frances tells us what hearing loss can be like and how you can help.
Deaf Awareness Week 6-12 May 2019
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People are struggling to get an NHS appointment with a high street dentist and are turning to the Dental Access Centres for help.
Read our new report into the state of dentistry in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
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‘It is something that you think about every single day. It’s not something that you can get over. It’s not something that you can forget about.'
Read Sarah's story and share your own to help bring back IVF on the NHS.
Amanda has lived with a binge eating disorder for more than 30 years but is currently struggling to get the support she needs.
She told us, 'My GP says that I am not poorly enough for one service but too poorly for another.'
Read her story...
In the last year, we have listened to more than 4,000 people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to find out what is important to them.
Making a Difference Together, our annual report, tells the stories of what we have done as a result of what people have told us
Our new report shares local people's experiences and makes some recommendations to improve access to care.
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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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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