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Our projects

We offer a range of opportunities for people to have their say through our user involvement projects that work with people with learning disabilities, people using or wishing to use mental health services and older people.

 

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Our Choice

We run consultation and speaking up groups for people with learning disabilities in Westminster. Their views are fed back to senior health and social care commissioners.

Big Voice

We run consultation and speaking up groups for people with learning disabilities in Kensington and Chelsea. Their views are fed back to senior health and social care commissioners.

Speak Up Speak Out

We run speaking up groups for people with learning disabilities and a mental health need in Westminster. Their views are fed back to mental health services. We facilitate presentations, training and mystery shopping.

 

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Mental Health User Involvement – Camden

To help the voices of Camden’s users of mental health services to be heard by facilitating their involvement in the design, procurement, monitoring and review of services.

User Focused Monitoring (UFM)

The UFM Programme gathers the views and experiences of mental health service users in the community and in inpatient settings in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. The team is made up of 10 interviewers who have all used or continue to use local mental health services, bringing valuable knowledge and experience to their work.

Different Voices

 

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Older people

We run consultations, speaking up groups and events for older people in Westminster. Their views are fed back to commissioners and service providers that plan and run services for older adults.