Call for Deaf volunteers to help improve adult social care

Join the Sensory Impairment Partnership Board and help improve health and social care services for people with sensory impairments.
Call for Deaf volunteers to help improve health and social care

We are looking for people from the local Deaf community to work with us to improve health and care for people who have sensory impairments.

Deaf people have often had to fight for equal access to health and care services. Things are getting better - but NHS and other decision makers need to know what services are like for you.

We work with the local councils and the NHS organisations that are providing services, and we work together to improve the health and social care.

The Sensory Impairment Partnership Board has a broad mix of people, but we currently don't have anybody who is Deaf.  And we know that we are missing out on the thoughts of the community, and the experiences of the community in making things better.

Join the Sensory Partnership Board

Talk to Graham Lewis, our Partnership Development Manager, to find out more and apply. 

Text: 07432 865996


Apply online

Support to join

We will give you training and support you to join our meetings.

We will make sure there is a British Sign Language Interpreter at our meetings if that is what you need.

Talk about how you can get involved and make change for the better.

Get Involved

Become an Independent Member of one of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Partnership Boards. 

Use your experience to help our councils understand what is important to the people who use adult social care services. 

Find out more