Ruth Marsden has been elected as the Chair of the ERY LINk (East Riding of Yorkshire Local Involvement Network). The ERY LINk is a network of people and groups in the East Riding aiming to improve health and social care services in the region.
The new Chair has been involved in a voluntary capacity with health and social care issues for about 10 years. She will now be playing a crucial role in building positive relationships with different communities, people who benefit from care, those who provide care services, commissioners of services and policy makers.
Ruth has stated on the ERY LINk website:
I am keenly aware that health and wellbeing are the keys to a positive life-experience. I enjoy enthusing and encouraging others and believe hard work, focus and positivity can achieve a great deal.
The Hedon Blog congratulates Ruth on her election and looks forward to regular reports from LINk on progress being made.
If you have issues that you need to bring to the attention of the ERY LINk then contact them via their website or leave comments here and they can be forwarded to them.
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