#WeCareTogether - Be part of Norfolk and Waveney’s Health & Social Care whole workforce conversation

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Our people are critical to everything we do, whether they are paid staff or volunteers.

The #WeCareTogether campaign is aimed at gathering the views of the whole health and social care workforce across Norfolk and Waveney. 

This is not just about health services. We all recognise the importance of prevention and integration between services, along with the impacts of housing, income, the environment and other factors on people’s health and wellbeing.  The diversity and range of services provided by the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector place us firmly within the health and social care workforce.

It is vital that we ensure the VCSE sector’s voice is heard in the #WeCareTogether conversation. We want to shape the vision and behaviors of a future workforce defining a new way of how we work together to understand and deliver what is really important to the people of Norfolk and Waveney.

Gathering evidence of the needs and challenges faced by VCSE sector staff and volunteers will help ensure any new workforce approach includes the support we need to make the biggest impact in our communities.

If your activities improve people's health and wellbeing please get involved and encourage your whole team to take part

  • This discussion is taking place online at www.WeCareTogether.org.uk
  • When you first sign-up you will be asked a serious of questions to gather a bit of background information
  • You will then be able to contribute your thoughts and ideas in an open forum as well as read, rate and comments on the contributions of others
  • Everything is anonymous – no comments will identify the contributor
  • The conversation will run from 21st May for four weeks
  • Please share with colleagues and encourage them to #havetheirsay