Young voices

Are you a young person aged 16-25 and passionate about improving health and social care services for other young people?

We want to hear from you!

What matters most to you?

What do you think needs improving within health and social care services?

What struggles have you faced which perhaps could have been avoided if professionals had a better understanding of young people’s needs?

Have your say here

Share your views with us to ensure the voices of young people are amplified within Lancashire. We need to hear about people’s experiences of health and social care services, so that we can inform decision makers and NHS leaders on what is going well and what needs to be improved.

Together, we can influence change.

How can you get involved?

Depending on your preference, there are two pathways in which you can get involved to share your views. You may want to complete our surveys or join our focus groups, with your involvement mainly being online. Or, you can become a panel member and give your suggestions on our surveys before they go out, and even come out on engagements with us to get a feel for what the experiences of health and social care are for Lancashire residents!

You can represent the voice of young people in Lancashire and make a change to your local health and social care services.

  • It looks great on your CV
  • An opportunity to tell us what really matters to you and other young people
  • You are making a change for young people
  • A chance to improve your knowledge of health and social care services
  • Opens you up to other volunteering roles with us and training opportunities

Are you interested in more?

Contact Dawn Iverson or Emmy Walmsley on 01524 239100 or to find out more.