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Community Involvement

Involvement Opportunities for Users and Carers in Richmond

For more detailed information about opportunities like these, please download documents from this page or contact Bruno Meekings, Community Involvement Coordinator at Richmond CVS email: brunom@richmondcvs.org.uk  Telephone 0208 843 7495 (Tuesday-Friday)

Health and Social Care Co-Production Group

The Health and Social Care Co-Production Group provides a unique opportunity to help the Council and Richmond Clinical Commissioning Group shape Health and Social Care in Richmond.

There are normally four meetings a year with more opportunities to get involved with developments in between meetings.

The way the group works is described here and on this webpage. The terms of reference and an application form can be downloaded here as a Word Document or here as a PDF. If you want to apply you can either use the form, or have a look at it and call Bruno on 0208 843 7495. 

Dementia Strategy Steering Group

The Dementia Strategy steering group is a small group that has been set up to develop a Dementia Strategy for Richmond. The group includes carers, Council and Richmond Clinical Commissioning Group representatives. We want to include service users who are in the early stages of Dementia, so we would like to recruit two service users to join the group.

The Strategy Steering group is likely to run until July 2016, but there may be opportunities to be involved beyond July. If you are a service user or carer and would like to get involved please contact Caroline O'Neill from Richmond Clinical Commissioning Group 020 8734 3059 or caroline.o’neill@nhs.net . 

If you would like to know more please contact Caroline on the above number, or contact Bruno on 0208 843 7495

We are also interested in making sure that there are additional ways for service users or carers to feed into the group, so if attending meetings might not be the way you would like to take part, but you are interested in helping to shape the dementia strategy, please get in contact.