We appreciate hearing about your personal journeys within our services. Tell us your story.

There are many different ways you can share your personal journey with us, from submitting a story or picture or sharing your videos. If you would be interested in sharing your story, please contact your local participation worker on our volunteering page.

A leaflet has been produced outlining how you can share your patient stories - Tell us about your experience (pdf).

Climbing mountains - A story of brain injury recovery

Brave - A feedback Interview

Pot holes in the road

Feeling listened too and understood

A Dad's journey of OCD

A Mum's journey of OCD

My OCD journey

Jane and Daisy the guinea pig

Timid Tiger

Katie's experience

Flynn's partnership and collaboration

More to life than a hospital bed

My opinion of leadership and ethnicity in the NHS

Why are you being asked questions about protected characteristics

A negative into a positive

My journey with family support

Getting back to work "I can do anything"

Know your numbers 2023 a celebration event

Nathan's Story - What's important

Jamie's black history story

Developing and Implementing - Ask, Listen, Do

CWP Children and Young People Autism Strategy

Dynamic Support Register Ashlee's story

Nicky's advice for resonable adjustments for people with a learning disability

Managing my diabetes

Being autistic and accessing services

I'm not sure how it happened

Mental Health nursing living my values

Transformation and discovery

Living with a long-term health condition

Communication through complexity

My views on race equality and representation

An introduction to Greenways

Support for refugee arrivals from Afghanistan

The dog man

Improving access for everyone

A positive end to a discharge

A brighter future

Inside tells a different story

Our families journey with intensive support function

A happy home

Beech wheelchairs

Speak up - Believe in yourself

Proud to be black and working for CWP

My experience of the Intensive Support Services (ISS)

The importance of visuals in supporting communication

Supporting my family - Team around the family (TAF)

Risk assessments - The benefits of coproduction

Finding my birth family

In memory of Robert

Road to recovery

Making my way back to me

Looking to the future

What to expect when going for an ADHD assessment

Something to celebrate

My CWP journey from patient to professional

Facing my biggest fear 

Jim and Jude's story 

Julie's story

Trying to be me

Hidden exclusions

Stella's story

Robert Walker's story

Frank Fray's story

Autism and diabetes