NHS Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust and the three Local Authorities in Dorset are reviewing the mental health services that help people with their recovery.

It’s important that services review how they deliver care to people at different stages of their recovery. As part of that process, the views and experiences of people who use those services are key.

The services included are:

  • Nightingale House –  Inpatient rehabilitation unit in Bournemouth

  • Nightingale Court –  Inpatient rehabilitation unit in Bournemouth

  • Glendinning Unit – Inpatient rehabilitation unit in Dorchester

  • Elsadene – Mental Health Unit

  • Assertive Outreach Weymouth and Portland

  • Assertive Outreach Poole and Bournemouth

  • Homeless health services

Why we are doing this:

  • To develop services that reflect the needs of our population

  • To ensure that access to mental health rehabilitation support is timely and services provided are effective

  • To improve continuity of care

  • To have local services that are sustainable and designed to ensure that people using them get good outcomes

  • To ensure that our services are delivered in the best possible way

We would like you to talk to us about how things are for you and any ideas about how they could be made better.

The closing date for completing this survey is 20 April 2018.

Following this date, we will gather the themes from all the feedback we have received and put this in a report which will be available later this year. This will be available on the CCG website and will be used to inform the next stage of the project to develop jointly a sustainable service model which will improve people’s experience of mental health rehabilitation care.

Thank you for your time completing this survey. All information will be treated confidentially.