What online resources would help you?

Bradford District Care Foundation Trust (BDCFT) is developing some new online digital resources for the Bradford and Airedale Early Intervention Services.

These resources will be for everyone who uses EIP and Future Focus services, and for carers, families, and friends.

We’re running an informal event to share our plans and work so far and to ask you for your ideas, views and advice. Your input into how the pages should be designed, what they should include and how we can make them as helpful and accessible as possible is so important.

Our development partner, Working Academy, is providing a small payment for your participation time and there will also be coffee, tea, soft drinks, and cake.

You may want to just commit to participation in this initial discussion, or you can register your interest to be involved in this project or other projects longer-term.


Who can attend?

This event is for current and former users of BDCFT Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) services and friends, family and informal carers.

When and where?

July 21, 2.00pm – 4.00pm

Millside House
131 Grattan Road


An informal event to find out more about the new EIP Digital Resources Project and an opportunity to give your views and ideas for the project.

How do I get involved?

If you’d like to be involved, or you’d like to find out more you can talk to your Care Coordinator or phone: 01274 221021 or e-mail: earlyintervention@bdct.nhs.uk

Unable to attend but would like to share your views?

We’ve put a short online survey together to ask for your views.  You don’t have to provide any personal information, there are no right or wrong answers and the survey only takes about 15 – 20 minutes to complete.

If you are interested in becoming more involved in this project or others like this, you can register your interest to be involved at the end of the survey.

Thank you so much for your help.

The survey can be accessed online here.

If you need help

If you need any help to access or complete the survey or you’d like to find out more you can get in touch with lucy.couth@bdct.nhs.uk or you can ask your care coordinator.

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