CQC Survey Findings on Mental Health Care in Dorset

From Healthwatch Dorset Newsletter

In April, the CQC published the results of its annual survey on the experiences of people who use community mental health services. Based on feedback from 14,770 people its overall verdict was that people’s experiences of NHS mental health services provided in the community are poor. People with a disability, young people, people with autism, and those who accessed services over the phone generally had poorer experiences.

Between August and December 2023, people from each participating NHS trust were invited to take part in the survey; 309 people responded from Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust. See a breakdown of results for Dorset.


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