Here are just some of the ways you can get involved as a volunteer:

  • Help people in Islington have their say on health and social care
    Our volunteers play a vital role speaking to local people about their experiences and giving them opportunities to share their views and ideas for how services can improve. Many of our volunteers spend time in our community finding out what people think of local services.

  • Report on local health and care services
    We train some of our volunteers to visit health and social care services and report on people's experiences. You might be observing the service, gathering the views of patients, residents and staff, and contributing to reports which highlight your findings.

  • Help raise awareness of Healthwatch
    As a volunteer, you could be attending community events to raise awareness of Healthwatch and encourage people to share their feedback on health and social care in our community.
  • Develop your professional skills in an office environment
    Could you support us by sharing your professional skills? Sometimes we need volunteers to help us record and analyse data. This is a great way of developing your skills while helping ensure that people are able to shape the health and social care services they use.

I’m interested - what next?

Find out more about our current opportunities below, or contact us if you have any questions.

Volunteer - Digital Champion

The Log On project is run by Healthwatch Islington and aims to support people as they learn new ways of using their smartphone or tablet to improve their wellbeing and increase their confidence in using the internet. Our Digital Champions help others to understand the benefits of being online and can spend some time showing them how. We are looking for people who are friendly, patient and are confident using a smartphone, tablet or computer. You don't need to be an absolute expert.

Role description for Digital Champion
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