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Your spotlight on local services
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Young Healthwatch Brent

two young people with Healthwatch flyers

Young Healthwatch Brent is shining a spotlight on the health and care issues that affect children and young people across Brent. We offer young people chances to volunteer in their local community. Through volunteering with us you can learn leadership skills, gain confidence and new friendships, and develop an understanding of local issues & debates in the health and care landscape.

Why volunteer with us?

  • Make a difference to your community
  • Meet new people
  • Boost your skills and knowledge
  • Get training and support
  • Add valuable experience to your CV
  • Do as much or as little as you like, whatever you can give

Our aims

  • To capture young people’s experiences of health and social care in Brent.
  • To engage young people to better understand the services that are available to them locally.
  • To work with young people to ensure their voice is heard by those planning, commissioning, and delivering health and social care services locally and nationally.
  • To engage with young people across Brent and capture their experiences of health and social care.
  • To promote the involvement of young people in the monitoring, commissioning, and provisioning of health and social care services.
  • Putting young people at the heart of our community engagement.

Some Ideas on What You Can Do:

  • Tell us Your Story - create social media content, videos, & blogs about your experiences with health and social care.
  • Listener - listen to the experiences of others.
  • Young Ambassador - spread the word of Healthwatch Brent and empower others to speak out.
  • Speak Out - come to our meetings and talk to us about what we should be working on.

If you are interested in any of our volunteering opportunities please contact Ibrahim Ali by emailing ibrahim.ali@healthwatchbrent.co.uk or telephone 020 3869 9726. We also have volunteering opportunities for adults