Young Voices on Health

‘What You Saying’ about your experience of healthcare?

If you’re 11 to 25 years old and live in Leicester, Leicestershire or Rutland, your local NHS wants to listen to you and hear your experiences of healthcare services and understand what matters most to you.

Sharing your views and opinions will help local health and care services understand what young people need, so that better care can be delivered, improving the lives of 11-25 years old.

We also want to hear the views of families of 11 to 25 years old and staff who provide services to them.

Click on the button below to complete a questionnaire that applies to you:

Icon linking through to 11-25 year old questionnaire

Button to link to easy read version of 11-25 year old questionnaire

Button linking to questionnaire for family members of 11-25 year olds

Button linking to easy read questionnaire for family members of 11-25 year olds

Button linking to questionnaire for healthcare staff working with young people

How can I get involved?

Let us hear you voice on health by 11.59pm on Sunday 3 March 2024.   You can:

  • Complete an online questionnaire by clicking the buttons above
  • Collect a paper copy of the questionnaire from somewhere near you, such as the library or your doctor’s surgery
  • If you would like some help to complete the questionnaire or would like to receive it in a different language or format, you can email

Click here for more information and resources about ‘What You Saying’.

Are my answers confidential?

Yes. Any information you give will be anonymous. You might have heard of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This is a law that includes strict rules on collecting and using information about people, also known as their personal data. The data collected for ‘What You Saying‘ will be used for statistical and research purposes only. Nothing that the NHS publishes will identify you or people you live with.

What will happen after the NHS has listened to me?

Once all of the information has been collected, it will be evaluated and looked at carefully. After a few months, you will be able to read the results and learn what the NHS found out through ‘What You Saying‘ and what improvements they are going to make.

How will the results be used?

The anonymised information will be shared with people who work for the NHS and care services. It will help them make decisions about how services are designed and delivered.


Reflecting on your experience of healthcare can be hard sometimes. For more advice about mental health support for young people in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, click here for LPT’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Support Guide for Young People.

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