North Tyneside Coalition of Disabled People engage in a wide range of consultations at a local and national level.

National consultation often concerns major restructure of national policy or services, whereas local consultation is generally about changes or improvements to local services and how they are delivered.   Your opinion and comments are always very much appreciated and valued.

Share your experiences of using your GP practice

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is inspecting NHS GP practices during July and August and inviting feedback from patients.

Tell us your experience of local NHS care

North Tyneside Clinical Commissioning Group (NTCCG) are inviting local patients to take part in a project to collect information about how local health services are working for patients.

Unpaid carers : Does the person you care for get the support they need when they are in hospital ?

Tell Healthwatch about your experiences.

Healthwatch North Tyneside is aiming to gather feedback from carers about their experiences of giving additional care to the person they care for when the person is in hospital.

Urgent and Emergency Dental Care Public Survey

NHS England are carrying out a review of urgent and emergency dental care across the North East. In order to ensure that the right services are in the right place, they are keen to understand how and where patients access urgent dental care, what kind of experiences they have had and how they would prefer to use such services in future.
Does Disability Affect You At Work?

The UK Government plans to change the way that disabled people and people with a health condition access and remain in employment.

Right to Sign Petition

British Sign Language (BSL) is a recognised language and many deaf young people use it every day, but can't study it at GCSE.

Tell The CQC About Your Care

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) wants you to tell them about the care you've received, good or bad.  The CQC works with a number of national charities in 'Tell us about your care' partnerships.
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