The government and other organisations often publish consultations to ask people for their views about changes they are thinking of making.
You can respond to consultations as an individual or an organisation. Below are some of Leonard Cheshire Disability's responses to consultations and we also have a guide about how to write your own response.
Response to the Department of Health consultation on reforming what and how people pay for their care and support4 November 2013
The Department of Health recently consulted on how changes to the social care funding system should happen and be organised locally.
Response to TfL cashless bus consultation11 October 2013
Transport for London consulted on proposals to stop accepting cash fare payments on London buses.
Response to the Law Commission consultation on extending the law relating to hate crime29 September 2013
The Law Commission consulted plans, which we strongly support, to extend the law relating to hate crime to include disability hate crime.
Response to the 'Strengthening corporate accountability in health and social care' consultation2 September 2013
The government proposed strengthening corporate accountability in health and social care by introducing a fit and proper person test for directors and increasing criminal sanctions for individuals and providers.
Evidence to the Fourth Independent Review of the Work Capability Assessment29 August 2013
We asked people to tell us about their experiences of undergoing the Work Capability Assessment and have written our response based on what they said.
Response to the Care Quality Commission consultation12 August 2013
The Care Quality Commission consulted on their plans to change the way they regulate, inspect and monitor care services.
Response to PIP assessment - Moving around activity consultation4 August 2013
The government consulted on the mobility eligibility criteria of Personal Independence Payment (PIP).