Worked Up? Speak Up Campaign: Concerning the Care of Older People (CQC)

Summary

The Care Quality Commission (CQC)’s “Worked Up? Speak Up” campaign concentrates on the quality of care for older people. It encourages people aged 60 years and older (and / or their friends and families) to share their experiences of health and social care. There is a Twitter #CareForOlderPeople hashtag. People can also tell their stories on the CQC website.

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Reference

Care for older people campaign launches. [Online]: Care Quality Commission, March 6th 2017.

This relates to:

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Reference

Care for older people. [Online]: Care Quality Commission, March 2017.

There are two related sections:

  1. Care for older people: services.
  2. Care for older people: experiences.
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