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Vale of York residents asked to give feedback on last year of life care services

Vale of York residents who are approaching the end of their life are being asked to complete a survey to give feedback on their experiences of using local last year of life care and support services.

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is working with partners to create a last year of life care strategy that strengthens its commitment to improve and develop last year of life care and support services. 

The CCG is asking those people who are approaching the end of their life to complete a survey on their experience of these local services. Feedback is also sought from those people who care for someone who is approaching the end of their life; or work with people who approaching the end of their life.

The responses will be used to help shape the last year of life care strategy, and create a ‘citizens’ charter’ which reflects the needs of people across the Vale of York.

People are asked to complete one (or more) of three surveys based on their circumstances. The CCG would like to capture the experiences of anyone:

The deadline for completing these surveys is 5pm on Friday 7 September.

Dr Nigel Wells, Vale of York CCG’s Clinical Chair, said: “The CCG is committed to further developing and improving last year of life care and support services in the Vale of York area, and the views of those people approaching the end of their life who are using these services are pivotal to helping us to achieve this objective.

“We’d be really grateful if you could complete the appropriate survey if you are approaching the end of your life or using last year of life care services. Your feedback will be used to shape the last year of life care strategy and improve and develop services in the Vale of York area."

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