Last year, over 340,000 people spoke to us about what matters to them when it comes to the support they get from NHS and social care services.

NHS and social care services are changing

The way in which NHS and social care services support people is changing.

Why? Well, there are a number of reasons. Demand for help from services is increasing as more people live longer and more people need help with long-term conditions.  

Advances in medicine are resulting in new treatments and cures, while technology is making looking after our own health easier. There is also a rising expectation that the support we get should be convenient and personalised.

Why sharing your views is important

In response, the NHS is changing services to help prevent ill health and improve the support you get.  The Government has also announced that it will publish proposals on improving social care for older people.

We believe that it’s important your views are understood so that they can help shape the future of health and care services.

Talk to us

We want you to tell us what you think about the three topics below. We'll share what you say with those in charge of making decisions to help make change happen.

1. Your health and care needs

How will our future health and care needs be different in the coming decades? And what different kinds of support might we need to stay well and manage any conditions we face?

2. Roles, responsibilities and relationships

What role would you like to play in your care? How could your relationship with doctors, nurses and other care professionals be different? Do you think other organisations or individuals (e.g. employers ) could play a greater role in supporting your health and care?

3. Role of technology

Technology - like artificial intelligence, use of health data and robotics -  has the potential to transform health and care support. What do you like about the potential impact of technology and what concerns you?

Tell us a bit about you

By telling us more information about yourself, you will help us better understand how people's experiences may differ depending on their personal characteristics. However, if you do not wish to answer these questions you do not have to.