Health & Wellbeing Strategy

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The definition of health incorporates the various components of a person’s mental or physical condition. Wellbeing is defined as a state of being comfortable, healthy and happy. This strategy will address these broad definitions over the next three years. In doing so, will outline our priorities, to protect people and help people to live longer in good health.

Whilst this is a Public Health document, it can only be effective if the people and organisations within the borough work together. To achieve the vision, our work will be delivered under 6 key priorities, as identified within this strategy below.

Our Priorities

  1. Information and digital: Improve digital access to straightforward information and digital services.
  2. Partnerships: Understanding how health and wellbeing is established across different partnerships.
  3. Accessible services: Facilitate universal health themes across the services, to connect individuals and help with their self-management.
  4. Health campaigns: To increase awareness of the health threats and encourage people to take action, to support their health.
  5. Skilled workforce: To support the borough’s health and wellbeing needs.
  6. Active environments: For the places and spaces we live in to encourage activity in everyday life, so that making the active choice is as easy as possible.

Your comments will be considered when producing the final version of the Health & Wellbeing Strategy for consideration for adoption by the Council.

Please email placeconsultations@southend.gov.uk(External link)

  • if you have any questions about this consultation
  • if you need any assistance in completing the survey
  • if you would like to receive an alternative version of the survey e.g. paper, or to feedback in another way.

The consultation closing date is 5pm - 2nd March 2021.

To read about how the Council handles your data please visit our Privacy notice: Southend-on-Sea Borough Council Privacy Notice(External link).

The definition of health incorporates the various components of a person’s mental or physical condition. Wellbeing is defined as a state of being comfortable, healthy and happy. This strategy will address these broad definitions over the next three years. In doing so, will outline our priorities, to protect people and help people to live longer in good health.

Whilst this is a Public Health document, it can only be effective if the people and organisations within the borough work together. To achieve the vision, our work will be delivered under 6 key priorities, as identified within this strategy below.

Our Priorities

  1. Information and digital: Improve digital access to straightforward information and digital services.
  2. Partnerships: Understanding how health and wellbeing is established across different partnerships.
  3. Accessible services: Facilitate universal health themes across the services, to connect individuals and help with their self-management.
  4. Health campaigns: To increase awareness of the health threats and encourage people to take action, to support their health.
  5. Skilled workforce: To support the borough’s health and wellbeing needs.
  6. Active environments: For the places and spaces we live in to encourage activity in everyday life, so that making the active choice is as easy as possible.

Your comments will be considered when producing the final version of the Health & Wellbeing Strategy for consideration for adoption by the Council.

Please email placeconsultations@southend.gov.uk(External link)

  • if you have any questions about this consultation
  • if you need any assistance in completing the survey
  • if you would like to receive an alternative version of the survey e.g. paper, or to feedback in another way.

The consultation closing date is 5pm - 2nd March 2021.

To read about how the Council handles your data please visit our Privacy notice: Southend-on-Sea Borough Council Privacy Notice(External link).

Page last updated: 01 March 2021, 12:07