Carers, Deaf people, Disabled people, Mental health service users and survivors, Older people, People living with HIV or AIDS, People who are neuro diverse, People with learning difficulties or disabilities, People with long-term health conditions, Users of alcohol and substance services
National Voices is the leading coalition of health and social care charities in England. We have more than 170 members covering a diverse range of health conditions and communities, connecting us with the experiences of millions of people. We work together to strengthen the voice of patients, service users, carers, their families and the voluntary organisations that work for them. We help people and organisations to gain the knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence they need to engage more effectively and to make their approaches more person-centred. We have expertise in what matters to people relating to health and care, how to involve people, and how to work with the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector. Our work falls into three streams: Supporting national policy and system design; Supporting the vital role that the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector plays in health and care; and Supporting the adoption and spread of person-centred approaches.
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