Help health and social care services in Cornwall recover from COVID-19 #BecauseWeAllCare

Two-thirds of people in England say they are more likely to act to improve health and social care services since the outbreak of COVID-19. You can help improve care in Cornwall by joining our campaign #BecauseWeAllCare.
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While NHS and social care services are doing everything that they can to support you and your loved ones, they also need your help to know how they can improve.

Two-thirds (67%) of people in England say they are more likely to act to improve health and social care services since the outbreak of COVID-19. Is that person you?

Help us encourage people in Cornwall to share their experiences of care by joining us and the Care Quality Commission in our new campaign #BecauseWeAllCare.

Join the campaign: #BecauseWeAllCare

Our new campaign aims to help services identify and, more importantly, address issues people are experiencing with their care. You can get involved with #BecauseWeAllCare by telling us your views about how health and social care support can be improved.

Share your experience, and encourage others to do so, on social media with #BecauseWeAllCare tagging and following us on our social channels, Twitter or Facebook

Tell us about your #BecauseWeAllCare experience using the below link: 

Share your views

“As the UK looks to the future after COVID-19, it’s never been more important for people to share their experiences of care. Services won’t bounce back overnight, there will be problems to tackle but also opportunities to make care better. You can help doctors, nurses and care workers find ways to improve support by sharing your experience.”
— Sir Robert Francis QC, Chair of Healthwatch England
#BecauseWeAllCare

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