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Would you like to give up some of your spare time to get involved at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital?
If you’re aged 5-19 and have been to the hospital recently then we want to hear from you!
We’re looking for current and former patients and their brothers and sisters to join our children’s and young person’s Forum. We want to find out what you think about the hospital and how we can make it better for other young people.
For those who haven’t experienced direct care or any involvement at Alder Hey, We would love you to get involved and become part of The Forum@AlderHey.
The forum will get together every 2 weeks on a Monday and every 6 weeks on a Saturday for refreshments a and chat about at the hospital.
• Build your self confidence
• Meet new people
• Develop new skills
• Improve your communication skills
• Knowledge that you’re trying to make things better
• Be involved in projects
• Engage with a variety of professional and influential people from different organisations
• HAVE FUN
Our application form will be live soon, keep an eye out and don't forget to apply!
If you would like any future information, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Since we re- launched the Forum, we now have an official name which is ‘The Forum@AlderHey’ and have created our own strapline: “inspired by children, a voice for all”.
We have chosen a bright new uniform, so we can stand out and be noticed.
We have the privilege of having our new Executive Member, Lisa Cooper, being an active part of The Forum@Alderhey.
We also are recruiting for our parents group at The Forum@Alderhey.
The mission of our parents' group is to bring the voice and perspective of parents and families about their hospital experience. Members of the Family Forum work to promote the practice of family-centred care, advocating for children and their families to be full partners in their medical care, and to help with the hospital's ongoing commitment to improve quality and patient safety at Children’s Hospital.
If you are Parents, guardians, and adult primary caregivers of children who receive care at Alder hey Children’s Hospital you are welcome to join. Adults who received care for a long-term or chronic condition as children at Alder Hey Children's Hospital may also apply.
We look forward to meeting you all.
Alder Hey Children's Charity