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Disability Rights UK is working with the Care Quality Commission as part of their ‘Tell Us About Your Care’ partnership.

Monday 30 July 2018

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is working with several national charities to gather feedback from people who contact them about their experiences of care.

This information is valuable to them as it helps them to make decisions about when, where and what to inspect.

Michael Paul from Disability Rights UK said:

“It’s vital that disabled people and those with long term health conditions can share their experience of using not only specialist services but also GP surgeries, dentists and the like. The partnership with CQC, who regulate these services, will ensure more disabled people are able to do so.”

The CQC website can be accessed here, and you can also provide direct feedback to the CQC on your experience of using any of the services they regulate.

NB please remember to select Disability Rights UK in the ‘how heard’ section!

Good Care, Poor Care. Tell us now

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We're working together to ensure health and social care services in England provide you with high quality care so tell us about your care.

We’re working together to ensure health and social care services in England provide you with high quality care so tell us about your care.

In other news: Get Yourself Active reacts to Sport England statement on why sport for disabled people matters

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