Healthwatch Rochdale to host ‘An Audience with Carers Support and Services’

Date published: 11 June 2021

Healthwatch Rochdale will host their third online information forum ‘An Audience with Carers Support and Services’ on Tuesday 22 June, 6.30pm - 7.45pm.

The session is open to all Rochdale residents to attend and will take place virtually via Zoom.

Guest speakers for this session will include: The Carers Hub, Rochdale Parent Carers Voice, and Rochdale Borough Council - Adult Care and Support.

The third online forum follows the success of Healthwatch Rochdale’s previous two information sessions ‘An Audience with Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services’ and ‘An Audience with Adult Mental Health Services’. Previous forums are available to view on Healthwatch Rochdale’s YouTube channel.

The ‘An Audience with’ forum is part of Healthwatch Rochdale’s 2021/22 workplan and forms part of the local organisations statutory duty to provide information to the residents of Rochdale.

Kate Jones, Healthwatch Rochdale CEO, said: “Our first two 'An Audience with' information sessions have proven to be popular and we are hoping our third will be as successful.

“The forums are a great way to bring providers of services together with residents so people can be informed of what services are available locally and ask any questions they may have direct to providers. The theme for June is Carers, which has been chosen to reflect Carers’ Week [7 – 13 June].”

If you are interested in finding out more about carers support and services in the Rochdale borough you can book onto the event by emailing and a Zoom link will be emailed to you.

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