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"What Matter to Wirral?"
“What Matters to Wirral?” is the start of the Wirral’s biggest ever conversation about health and wellbeing.
It’s the start of our journey to make sure our local NHS and Social Care services are shaped around people in Wirral, wherever they live.
Healthy Wirral is asking local people what matters most to them so we can most effectively:
- Design our Diabetes services for adults and children
- Re-design how urgent and emergency care services work in Wirral
- Make sure our IT systems can support patients in the best possible way
- Keep everyone informed and involved in our journey to create a healthier, happier Wirral
What Matters to Wirral starts on Monday 11th January and lasts throughout the month of January.
Around 30 invite-only workshops run by a range of our voluntary and community partners including Healthwatch Wirral, and Community Action Wirral, and with staff groups across Wirral.
What Matters to Wirral? workshops will take place at the following dates and times:
Thursday 21st January 6pm – 8pm, Old Market House, Birkenhead, CH41 5AL
Wednesday 27th January 6pm – 8pm, Old Market House, Birkenhead, CH41 5AL
Friday 29th January 10am – 12 noon, Old Market House, Birkenhead, CH41 5AL
There will also be a Designing Urgent and Emergency Care workshop on Tuesday 19th January 3.30pm – 5.30pm, Old Market House, Birkenhead, CH41 5AL
Designing Diabetes support services workshops will take place:
23rd January 11.00am – 1.30pm, St Catherine’s Church, Higher Tranmere (Children and families), CH42 0LQ
27th January 3.00pm – 5.30pm, The Lauries Centre, Birkenhead, CH41 6EY (Adults)
If you’d like to come to a workshop, please let the Healthy Wirral team know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also fill in the Healthy Wirral online survey from Monday 11th January at healthywirral.org.uk
Please also share your thoughts via the Healthy Wirral Facebook page or by following @healthy_wirral on Twitter and using the hashtag #whatmatterstowirral