Surveys, questionnaires and consultations are another way for you to have your say in how health and care services are designed and delivered in Manchester.
From the feedback you provide, we then evaluate what you have said and then use this to help us develop the very best of services, with the money we have available.
You can find details of the latest surveys and consultations below.
Transforming the future at North Manchester General Hospital
North Manchester General Hospital (NMGH) is at the heart of an exciting vision to improve health and wellbeing for local people over the next 10 to 15 years.
It will provide a focal point for the community, with integrated health and social care facilities, high-quality new homes, and access to better education and training alongside more inviting public open spaces.
This transformational development will effect generational change for the North Manchester community, creating new jobs, promoting healthy lifestyles, developing skills and contributing to a zero-carbon environment for the benefit of the local neighbourhood and beyond.
How to provide feedback
If you have any feedback or comments to would like to share about the proposed plans, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ofsted and Care Quality Commission special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) survey for parents, carers and young people
Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) are conducting an assurance visit of Manchester City Council regarding their special educational needs and disability (SEND) arrangements during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Manchester City Council’s Ofsted and CQC assurance visit will be taking place on the 23 and 24 March 2021.
The aims of the SEND interim visits are to
- understand the impact of the pandemic on children and young people with SEND and their families
- find out what has worked well for them during this time, what the challenges have been and lessons learned
- work within the Local Area to identify opportunities for improvement that address the challenges faced by children and young people with SEND
- work with the local area to identify opportunities for improvement that address the challenges faced by children and young people with SEND
- highlight best practice case studies and share insights nationally.
Parents and young people can participate in the surveys below to give feedback.
Note some of these may also be surveys or consultations of another service provider or organisation which we are sharing on their behalf.