Help health and social care services recover from COVID-19 #BecauseWeAllCare
Two-thirds of people in England say they are more likely to act to improve health and social care services since the outbreak of COVID-19. Help services improve and join our campaign #BecauseWeAllCare to encourage people to share their experience.
10 July 2020
What are the psychiatric consequences of severe coronavirus infections?
At our 30 June event speakers from the research team at University College London Hospital helped us understand how the pandemic has affected our mental health. We heard that there are lessons to learn from previous coronavirus outbreaks.
7 July 2020
Healthwatch supports community organisations to go digital in the fight against coronavirus
Healthwatch has been providing digital training and support to local voluntary organisations to help them to better support their volunteers and the communities they serve whilst social distancing measures are in place.
29 June 2020
Our volunteers are helping local residents to get the most out of their devices, and keep connected in troubled times
With social distancing measures in place, we're doing more and more essential tasks online. Our digital champions make sure that local residents that need some support don't get left behind.
28 May 2020
More mother tongue counselling services are needed to support migrant communities in Islington
The coronavirus pandemic means that many of us are isolated from friends and family. Mental health support has never been more important. Our latest report investigates how well these services meet the needs of migrant communities in Islington.
24 April 2020