HEALTHWATCH Shropshire is seeking people who would be willing to share their experiences of end of life care in the county.

The organisation are keen to find out whether people feel that their loved ones received the care wanted and expected, and whether they were listened to and treated with dignity and respect.

Lynn Cawley, chief officer of Healthwatch Shropshire, said: "We are keen to build up a picture of how well end of life care is working across Shropshire and whether people feel that they received the right support for them.

"We want to find out whether care for the dying is equitable across the county and if there is a joined up approach between different services to end of life care; including out of hours services.

"The more comments received the more influence Healthwatch Shropshire has to improve services for local people.”

Healthwatch Shropshire say they would like to know whether the language used by those giving the care is appropriate and whether it prepares people for the future.

For example, have other ways of communicating been found if the person’s preferences couldn’t be expressed verbally.

You can let Healthwatch Shropshire know about your experiences by phone 01743 237884, by email or online