About this event
On Friday 7th February, we're holding an event at the Quaker Meeting House on School Lane in Liverpool City Centre. We'll be there between 1:30pm and 4pm.
As well as running an informal storytelling workshop to help you share your stories about accessing health and social care, we'll be hearing from a variety of local residents about their experiences of accessing health and care in the city, including navigating homelessness and addiction services, accessing healthcare as a transgender person, and receiving and recovering from a kidney and pancreas transplant on the NHS.
Come along to learn more about other local people's experiences with health and social care, and to have the opportunity to share your own stories - good, bad, and everything in between - with us.
It's only by hearing your stories and experiences that we can influence change to make health and social care services in Liverpool better for all those who use them.
Book your FREE ticket today! Tea and coffee will be provided on the day.