Leading disability charity Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) has extended the impartial feedback service through its core Services.
After an initial trial period with their Independent Living Services, QEF has taken the decision to run the feedback and online marketing service through its three other specialist Services and its family of charities.
QEF Chief Executive, Jonathan Powell said of Working Feedback ‘we are very pleased with the way Working Feedback has supported our Independent Living Services within such a short period of time. We identified that using Working Feedback in our other Services would deliver similar benefits through the proactive collection and use of feedback.
The Working Feedback service now covers the following:
- QEF Mobility Services
- QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services
- QEF Vocational Services
- VASD (Voluntary Association for Surrey Disabled)
- MERU (Medical Engineering Resource Unit)
- Sutton Shopmobility
Why we use Working Feedback
Working Feedback has established itself as an essential service for social care providers by using feedback as a pro-active marketing tool as well as management reporting purposes, by ensuring that reviews can be highlighted through numerous online channels including Google and social media.’
Working Feedback Operations Director, Philip Molden said ‘this is a wonderful vote of confidence from QEF and we look forward to the continued success as we work together in improving their services and digital footprint through impartial feedback.’
About QEF (www.qef.org.uk)
QEF is a leading disability charity working with people with physical and learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries to help them gain new skills and increase independence for life.