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Have your say about changes to wheelchair services

NHS chiefs in west London want your views on a planned overhaul of the way wheelchairs are provided and maintained

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Wheelchair users and their families have been invited to have their say about changes to services in west London.

The way sets of wheels are delivered and maintained, among other services, is being overhauled by NHS commissioning groups in Barnet, Brent, Central London, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hounslow and West London.

Health chiefs are consulting users in those areas about their current experiences and how they think things could be improved.

You can make your views known by completing a survey at by May 29.

You can also get involved by attending one of a number of patient and public workshops taking place over the summer. A full list is available on the survey website above.

Anyone wishing to take part must be registered. If you live in the Brent, Barnet, Kensington, Chelsea, Westminster, Ealing, Hammersmith, Fulham or Hounslow areas, you can call Richard on 020 3350 4887 or email for more information.

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