Want to be involved in a new project to help shape care sector services?

Friday 29 April

Do you live in London or the South of England?

Do you or any of your family/friends have experience of the following settings: (personally or professionally)
GP surgery
Care home
Mental Health Service

If so, you could be one of RAD’s Experts by Experience.

The role will involve going out to any of the above settings with a Care Quality Commission (CQC) Inspector and work with them by providing information and feedback based on personal experiences. A CQC inspector can only do so much in terms of their inspection but having someone join them who has an extra ‘eye’ of support is helpful.

If you are interested in becoming an ‘Expert’ or know of anybody who may be interested through a paid ad-hoc sessional rate or as a volunteer, please contact Emma Hampson – [email protected] or call 0845 688 2525.

Experts by Experience is a project run by RAD in partnership with CQC and Remploy.

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