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If you have feedback about these topics, or any recent experiences about health or care services you think we should know about, give Healthwatch Tameside a call on 0161 667 2526. Or email

If you want to give us your feedback via one of our surveys, please go to

Thank you.

What have people told us?

In December 2021, we published three reports - Urgent care, Transport to medical appointments, and Mental and emotional wellbeing. Within each of these surveys there were questions about access to health and care services in general, which were not included in the topic specific reports. This new report collates the answers to those questions.

You can read the report at

It's not too late to have your say. We have a general survey available at

People can give us a call on 0161 667 2526 for a paper copy, or to complete the survey over the phone.

Men's mental health and wellbeing conference

The Anthony Seddon Fund are hosting this event on Wednesday 13 April 2022. It is at Dukinfield Town Hall, from 9.00am to 4.30pm.

They will be joined by a number of organisations that support men. They want to showcase the support that men can access in the community, as well as hearing inspiring stories that help to break the negative stigma surrounding men and their mental health.

To book a place, see

Teen Life

The Greater Manchester Autism consortium (part of The National Autistic Society) is delivering the NAS Teen Life programme FREE for parents of autistic teenagers across Greater Manchester. The Teen Life programme is a six-session programme for parents/carers of young people aged 10 to 16 years on the autism spectrum. You can find out more about the programme at

The programme will cover the following topics: 

The sessions will run for 6 weeks on Thursdays 10am-12noon from 21st April – 26th May and will be delivered online.  

Information about other courses can be found at

Living well with MS

The MS Society groups across Manchester are holding an online information event on Saturday 23rd April from 10.30 to 2.30. This is primarily aimed at anyone who has had a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis in the last couple of years and their carers/family/supporters, however anyone is welcome to attend.

To find out more, and to book a place, see

Exercise and reminiscence sessions

Fit Over Fifty are starting two new projects:

For more information, email:    Phone: 07548 057715     Website:


For up-to-date information about the latest rules and guidance see

There are regular vaccination hubs around the borough. If you would like more information about the location and opening times for each, see  

For information about health related questions, see


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