At Healthwatch Calderdale we work on a variety of projects. We respond to feedback from the public to help influence the direction of our work as well as participate in national cooperative work with other organisations. This allows Healthwatch to be reactive and flexible when new problems come up in the community.

If there are issues you think we should be working on, or there are any problems with any of the reports below, please contact us on info@healthwatchcalderdale.co.uk or by phone on 01422 399 433.

Latest Reports

Let’s hear it for women’s health and wellbeing – key findings

28/02/2024

Healthwatch Kirklees and Healthwatch Calderdale worked together to find out what women in our communities think about their own health and wellbeing.

In this report, you’ll find:
• A summary of our findings
• Barriers to improved mental health for women in Kirklees and Calderdale
• Ways in which women are managing their mental health and wellbeing
• What women say they need to improve their mental health and wellbeing

By Healthwatch Calderale
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Let’s hear it for women’s health – Calderdale local report

28/02/2024

Healthwatch Calderdale talked to women in our local area to find out what they are currently doing to look after their health and wellbeing and how confident they feel doing so.

In this report, you’ll find:
• A summary of our findings
• Information on the barriers women in Calderdale face when it comes to managing or improving their health and wellbeing
• Data on women’s confidence and ability to manage their health and wellbeing
• Ideas from women in Calderdale on what they need to improve their health and wellbeing

By Healthwatch Calderdale
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Let’s hear it for women’s health – inequalities overview

28/02/2024

Let’s hear it for women’s health – Health inequalities report

Healthwatch Kirklees and Healthwatch Calderdale worked together to find out how women of different demographic statuses view their health and wellbeing.

In this report, you’ll find:
• A summary of our findings.
• The impact of finance on women’s health and wellbeing.
• Insight into the views of female carers and what they say they need to improve their health and wellbeing.
• Insight into the barriers faced by disabled women and women with long-term conditions when looking after or improving their health and wellbeing, as well as their ideas for improvements.
• How women’s employment status affects health and wellbeing.

By Healthwatch Calderdale
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Let’s hear it for women’s mental health

28/02/2024

Healthwatch Kirklees and Healthwatch Calderdale worked together to find out what women in our communities think about their own health and wellbeing.

In this report, you’ll find:
• A summary of our findings
• Barriers to improved mental health for women in Kirklees and Calderdale
• Ways in which women are managing their mental health and wellbeing
• What women say they need to improve their mental health and wellbeing

By Healthwatch Calderdale
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