Have your say about policies for women, babies and young children
If you are pregnant or have babies and young children, and would like to comment on antenatal, postnatal or child health services and advice, a national health commission would like to hear your views.
Liverpool Health Commission (LHC) is interested in speaking with mothers, fathers and all those connected with young families to hear their views on how access to services could be improved, with the overall aim of shaping future UK healthcare policy.
LHC is currently investigating the first 1,000 days of life – encompassing conception to 24-months-old – recognised as the key period in human development when the foundations for optimum health, growth and neurodevelopment are established. While free antenatal care in the UK has seen some of the lowest mortality and morbidity rates in the world, we know several issues are affecting access to vital services.
To share your thoughts and help influence healthcare policy in this important area, please come along to:
26-27th November 10am-4pm
Acklam Green Centre,
Drop-in sessions are taking place during the above times and appointments can be made outside of these hours if required.
To arrange an appointment or for further information, please contact: Gerry Diver by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 07812 217 169