NICE: People's experience in adult social care services
From the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
NICE is currently consulting on new guidelines that cover people’s experiences of adult social care services. The draft recommendations cover the care of adults in any setting where social care is delivered, including people’s own homes, residential care and community settings, and contain guidance on how to make sure people are more involved in decisions so they get the most out of social care services in England.
Information about their draft guidance consultation can be found at: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/indevelopment/gid-scwave0772/consultation/html-content-3
Please note: members of the public who would like to share their views are advised to contact local organisations who are eligible to respond to the consultation. You can find out more about who can respond here.
Share your experiences of Birmingham services:
Healthwatch Birmingham is keen to hear your experiences of local adult social care services in the city. Share your positive and negative experiences with us and help us understand what is working well, where improvement is needed and who may be affected by any issues. You can talk to us confidentially and anonymously by: