Llais encourages and supports people to have a voice in the design, planning and delivery of NHS and social care services.
Share your feedback with us to let us know your experiences, and how you feel NHS and care services are getting on. Your feedback will help make a difference.
Our national reports set out what we have heard and what people think about services across Wales.
They WILL be about the things you have told us matter to you.
From 1 April 2023 Llais replaced the seven Community Health Councils who have represented the interests of people in the NHS in Wales for almost 50 years.
Board of CHC's - Response to Duty of Candour Consultation Questions
Response to the Consultation on the Guidelines and Regulatory Regulations that will be required for the Duty of Honesty
Hywel Dda CHC - Babies and births in Hywel Dda Report - December 2022
A follow up report from our 2021 Maternity Services Report
We used an on-line survey to ask people the same questions that we had asked in 2021. This was important to see if people were giving us similar answers to those in our 2021 survey.
Aneurin Bevan CHC - Sensory Impairment Report - December 2022
Sensory impairment most commonly refers to sight or hearing loss, combined sight and hearing loss (which is frequently referred to as dual or multi-sensory impairment, or deaf blindness), and Sensory Processing Disorder.
Aneurin Bevan CHC - County Hospital Report - Oak Ward
During the visit to Oak Ward, members spent time seeing the department and speaking with people staying on the ward and asking about their experience.
Hywel Dda CHC - Children's Mental Health Services - December 2022
We have heard, through our national surveys, that children and young people who are referred to mental health services face long waiting times.
We wanted to gain a better understanding of how the mental health of children and young people was affected and learn more about their experiences of receiving support throughout this period.