Exeter Branch News

Recent activities and reports

Wednesday 9th August Exeter AGM, Whipton Hall, Exeter at 2.15pm

Tuesday 26th April Exeter Branch held their meeting open to all members:

The two speakers at the meeting were Martin Tucket who gave an illustrated history of Mental Health Provision in Exeter and James Bradley, DSV Director, who gave a summary of the current health care provision in Devon and how it was divided upbetween the NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)  and South Devon and Torbay.

Tuesday 13th December 2016 St Stephen’s Church – Information Day.

Older People’s Day October 216 – St Stephens Green.

AGM Tuesday 6th September 2016.

Thursday 3 April 2014 Talks by two professionals on dementia issues.

Every three months the members of the Exeter branch are sent a questionnaire asking questions on various issues.  These include ‘Going into a Home’, ‘Driving’, ‘Use of libraries’ and ‘Social Belonging’.  An analysis is drawn up for each of the questionnaires.

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Healthwatch and Domiciliary Care Questionnaire Report October 2013

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Report August 2014

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Report May 2014

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Report February 2014

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Report July 2013

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Medication and Dementia Questionnaire Report April 2013

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Report Dental Charges April 2012

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Flu Jabs and PPG Analysis January 2012

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire local transport and Hospital discharge Analysis 2011

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Going into a Home and Driving Analysis 2011

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Health Cuts and Utility Providers Analysis July 2011

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Hearing and Libraries Analysis May 2011

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Pavements and Safety on the Streets Report

Exeter Senior Voice Questionnaire Social Belonging and Finances Analysis

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