30,000+ reasons to keep the conversation about social care going


Here at the Better Lives blog office, we’re always on the look out for stories that show how health and care services are making a real difference to peoples lives and we would love more feedback on what we publish but we also want to provide content that you want to know and read about.

We were pretty chuffed that to coincide with UK day for Older people 2014, we had our 30,000th view of the site. We know it’s not all about the numbers, but we did have some celebratory high fives in recognition that people are dropping by and more recently leaving more comments. So a big thank you to you all.

Did you know there is a ‘like’ option on every article?  If you wanted to show that you’ve read (and liked) a story but don’t really want, or haven’t the time, to comment, you can simply click on the like option to show your appreciation. We can then see which are the most popular stories.

We have our usual contacts for stories, but we’d like to grow the list and even invite some new guest editors to maybe tell it from their point of view.

So do you have any suggestions for blog posts?

Would you like to see more stories from the people at the top or from people on the frontline?

Would you like to be a guest blogger?

Is there an unsung hero/organisation you think we should shine a light on?

We’d like to know more about what you think about the blog; your likes, dislikes, what you’d like us to do more of or less of.

Please complete the poll below and we will try and take-up your suggestions

Thank you for reading.

Blog office

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Health, social and age-related care services working together to make Leeds the best city for health and wellbeing
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