Be Yourself: Everybody else is taken
Our digital project - Be Yourself: Everybody Else Is Taken - has involved us working with over 600 young people. We created the project to allow younger people to talk about their lives and personal experiences in any way that suited them.
25 April 2017
Healthwatch Dorset’s view of the public consultation on Dorset’s Clinical Services Review
Our observations on the public consultation that took place from December 2016 to February 2017 on the proposals contained in Dorset's Clinical Services Review.
11 April 2017
I'm Still Me
We undertook a pilot set of visits to a sample of care homes across the county of Dorset, focusing on what they're doing to support residents to live active, independent lives.
8 April 2017
Commissioning Starter Guide
The five local Healthwatch organisations in Wessex (Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Southampton and Portsmouth) came together with NHS England Wessex in 2015 to form "Wessex Voices".
5 December 2016
Healthwatch Dorset's Short Introduction to Changes to NHS Services in Dorset
Our quick guide to the changes being proposed for health services in Dorset.
23 November 2016
Can They Do That?
Our short guide to the NHS's legal responsibilities to involve and consult local people in developing proposals for changes to services.
23 November 2016
Our Good Practice Principles for Consultations
Healthwatch Dorset's Good Practice Principles for Consultations on possible changes to health or social care services.
3 November 2016
We gathered feedback from over 150 people across Bournemouth, Poole & Dorset about their experiences of making a complaint about the NHS.
6 July 2016
Community Investment Projects 2016
Here you can download a list of our Community Investment Projects for 2016-2017. In these projects, we work with local voluntary and community groups to hear the voices of diverse communities and get their feedback on local health and care services.
24 May 2016
Where the heart is
Our investigation into homecare services. We gathered the feedback of 700 people who receive home care services, plus relatives and friends. We also gathered feedback from service commissioners and providers.
9 August 2015