Introducing Live Transcribe Now deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people can have conversations easily with just an Android phone. See instant captions anywhere Live Transcribe helps you communicate in the moment. Choose … Read Article about Introducing Live Transcribe
Ipswich made the national news for all the wrong reasons this week. Together, https://suffolkleagueofangrywomen.com/ & Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality have created a poster. If you’d like to show solidarity with people … Read Article about Hate has no home here.
Cooking Up Co-production – a community event – Thursday 5th December 2019 hosted by Healthwatch Suffolk A co-designed event, continuing the co-production journey's in Suffolk. process than we imagined. The event will include guest speakers, … Read Article about Cooking Up Co-production
It’s rare to hear senior public service and voluntary sector leaders talk openly against the idea of co-production. Some still confuse it with consultation. As I heard a senior leader say recently, “We will come up with ideas and then co-produce our … Read Article about Thinkpiece #3: The real reasons we still don’t co-produce – a blog by Alex Fox
Care Development East run a forum for registered managers and offers attendees the chance to network and share best practice. The network has been running since 2015 and meetings are held every other month between 10am and 2pm, with a networking … Read Article about Registered Managers’ Network
Primary care networks are the new way for local health services to work together to treat populations of around 30-50,000. With the support of NHS England, primary care networks will help practices in England to achieve the objectives set out in … Read Article about Primary Care Networks
Are you a family carer in Suffolk? Find out how carer experiences are helping Suffolk County Council decide what happens next, following the family carer survey in 2018. Join us in one of three locations in April and May. Full details … Read Article about Family carer events