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Make a complaint or comment
on the adult care services compliments and complaints form
or call 0117 922 2723, or write to us at Freepost RTKJ-SGBZ-ULSH, Customer Relations (100 TS), PO Box 3176, Bristol, BS3 9FS.
Anyone who gets a service from adult care and health, or their carers, can complain.
- If you are unhappy with the service you get or for someone you are caring for please tell us.
- We will acknowledge your complaint in three working days.
- A manager will contact you to discuss your concerns and, if appropriate, arrange to meet with you to talk about it further.
- Together you'll agree a plan about how it will be looked into. You'll also be asked to agree a date when you should expect a response, which will be in writing.
What the complaints procedure covers
- The complaints procedure doesn't cover everything.
- There are time limits. This means that usually what you want to complain about must have happened in the last 12 months.
- Sometimes the complaints procedure isn't the best way to express your dissatisfaction. We can advise you about this.
If you have a suggestion about how we may improve our services to you or other people please let us know. If you feel that we have provided a high quality service we would like to know. We learn from what you tell us, and use the information when we plan other services. We will reply to you.
It may be possible for you to have someone to help you complain. The people who help are called advocates. Advocacy support is provided by the Care Forum's Complaints Procedure Advocacy service.
You can have an interpreter if English is not your first language.
We do hope that it will be possible to reach a conclusion that you're happy with. If you're still unhappy you should let us know so we can discuss other options. However, if you decide that you would like your complaint to be independently reviewed you can contact the Local Government Ombudsman.
Customer Relations Team Customer Relations Team (100TS), PO Box 3176 Freepost RTKJ-SGBZ-ULSH Bristol, BS3 9FS
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Work: 0117 922 2723