To gather a full understanding of the experience of health and care services during the Covid-19 outbreak, over a period over of 12 weeks (end of May to end of August 2020) Healthwatch Calderdale and partners used a variety of different engagement approaches and tools including a survey and virtual focus groups to talk to people living and working in Calderdale.

By Healthwatch Kirklees and Healthwatch Calderdale
Covid-19

Click here to see what people told us:

To view responses from health and care employees during the Covid-19 outbreak, click the link below

To view the appendices for our reports click the link below

If you require an accessible version of our report please click the link below

https://healthwatchkirklees.sharepoint.com/:w:/s/data/EV1bbif7f29Fi6BzhSxHitwBfWZuw8AzuB1JStP3nHGCBQ?e=gjSwDH

To view the creative stories we gathered from adults, children and young people click the links below:

We were able to capture the feedback in many different forms. Please find below our main report including a accessible report and the staff responses report. We are able to provide a compilation of creative feedback provided by members of the public into individual reports as well. If there are any issues with any of these reports please get in contact with us on info@healthwatchcalderdale.co.uk or by phone 01422 399 433.

 



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