Help us make changes for the better
If you live in one of our homes and/or receive the care and support services we provide, you can help us to realise our vision of to improve the lives of our customers by checking we’re taking the right approach, tracking our performance and influencing the decisions we make.
Joining one of our groups is a great way of developing new and existing skills, gaining experience and meeting new people, as well as helping to improve the services you receive from us.
We want to make these groups accessible to everyone, and so we can provide transport, where required – or cover travel expenses for customers who have their own transport.
Get involved with one of our customer panels
In your home
Getting involved has never been easier and can be done from the comfort of your own home. We offer the opportunity to participate in online surveys and reading as well as over the telephone.
Mystery shopper - four times a year
Mystery shoppers will test key customer contacts by visiting our office, over the phone or via email and feed back to us about their experience.
Reading panel - 30 minutes a month
This panel reviews and checks documents via email to ensure that they are customer friendly. Great for customers who are short on time but want to get involved.
In your neighbourhood
To influence the decisions that are made at a local level there are involvement options available, some of these will vary between areas.
As a group
At Longhurst Group, we aim to involve you at the heart of the decision making process by listening to your ideas.
Supporting Longhurst Group
Please apply if you’re looking for an opportunity to influence strategic decisions affecting the services received by all our customers and the future direction of the business.
Longhurst Group Customer Forum - one day a month
Becoming a member of this panel will give you a greater say in how Longhurst Group operates, helping to provide governance while having an opportunity to shape the Group’s future.
Regional customer conference - two hours every four months
A regional conference to discuss key topics and to keep up to date.