By a County Press reporter
Published on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 - 13:52
TIME is running out for people on the Isle of Wight to have their say in survey on health and social care issues.
The survey was launched in July by watchdog Healthwatch Isle of Wight and allows people to comment on issues raised by the public previously to determine priorities.
Healthwatch Isle of Wight non-executive director Zoryna O’Donnell said: "I hope that we have demonstrated over the last year that we are able as an organisation to give the community a voice and to help make positive changes to the way that health and social care services are delivered on the Island.
"It’s important that Island residents now seize this opportunity to shape the focus of our work for the next 12 months so we can look into the issues that concern them the most and make a tangible difference to the services they receive."
The survey, which will run until 31 August, can be accessed via http://www.healthwatchisleofwight.co.uk/
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