A – Ambulances
B – Backlogs
C – Care
D – Doctors and Dentists
Small but helpful? Small and unhelpful?
A successful event!
ICS briefing and research
Wade Tovey introduces Nescha
John fighting to stay independent after 76 years in a wheelchair
Ron describes poor practice in a care home
Wade talks about his personal experience
David talks about his experience with Nescha
John good practice of the community nurse doing a preventative check
John wheelchair restricts access to friends and family
John talking about adaptations needed for wheelchair users
Read all about our successful conference, and watch videos of our speakers
Driving improvements in the delivery and integration of Social Care & Health Services, using best practice in participation – the Conference was a great success down to everybody who was involved
Membership doesn’t cost anything and is open to anyone who shares our values, interests and aims
We have two forms of membership :
Core members are ready involved in, or participate in, other networks like their local Healthwatch, or a GP patient participation group, or a charity aimed at a specific group of people who use services. Core members will be able to share, both ways, the best practice and issues that they see in their networks. Core members are often active in our projects.Learn more
Is for people who want to hear our news, and hopefully answer questions on our app [ see below] but who do not want to make any further commitment. We are generally seeking people who support our aims and have experiences similar to ours, and who might wish to talk to other members for support and advice, but will also add weight anonymously to help influence service providers.Learn more
The North East Social Care and Health Advisors was formed in February 2015 from some of the membership of the former NE Care Advisors. NESCHA is a voluntary organisation with no staff, which serves the NE area from Northumberland to North Yorkshire.