This includes things like doctors’ appointments, visiting the dentist and getting care in your home.

Deaf people are entitled to the same level of information about their health or social care as a hearing person.

If you are Deaf, you should get the communication support you want (for example an interpreter or speech-to-text reporter). And information should be given in an accessible format, e.g., test results sent by SMS or emails in plain English.

Tell us about your care - BSL translation

We are working with local charity Cambridgeshire Deaf to make sure that Deaf people can share their views.

Complete our BSL survey and let us know about the care you get. This will help our NHS and care services protect people.

Click here for a survey without BSL

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Which area of care would you like to tell us about?

What was your experience like? 

When did this experience happen?

If you are telling us about more than one experience, please give us the date of your most recent experience.

Please tell us about your experience. 

Please tell us as much as you can about your experience. Let us know which service or services you used - for example the ENT department at Hinchingbrooke Hospital or the name of your GP surgery. 

And what was good, mixed or poor about your care.

You can record a video in BSL and upload it below. We will need to share your recording with a qualified BSL Interpreter so we can understand and reply to you.

Do you want someone from our Healthwatch to contact you?

Do you need information in British Sign Language or in a different format

Please tell us your name and how to contact you

Please tell us how you want us to contact you

Where do you live?

Please tell us a little bit about yourself

Your answers to these questions will help us understand how people's experiences may differ depending on their personal characteristics. You don't need to answer these questions if you don't want to.

How old are you?

How would you describe your gender?

How would you describe your sexuality?

Is your gender different to the sex that you were assigned at birth?

How would you describe your ethnicity?

Do you have a disability?

Do you have a long-term condition?

Do you consider yourself to be an unpaid carer?