Living Well Strategy Consultation 2022-27

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a group of people look happy with their hands in the airAre you 18-65 and a resident in Southend?

Do you, or someone you care for have a disability, a learning disability or mental health needs?

If so, we want to hear your views on Southend's 5-year strategy for working-age adults (18-65) called Living Well.

Commissioners at Southend Borough Council have previously spoken with several groups of adults to put together this first version of what is needed to improve the lives of working age (18-65) adults in Southend?

The 5 priority themes for this strategy are:

1.The importance of promoting healthy and active lifestyles.

2. The prevention of hospital and care admissions.

3. To deliver health, care, and housing in a joined-up way to promote independence.

4. For people to remain part of and be active within their communities.

5. Integrated person-centered services putting people and their support networks at the centre of their health and care.


How can you get involved?

We want you to join in the conversation and your comments and ideas will be considered when we write the final version of the Living Well Strategy.

  • If you have your own ideas about how adult social care can support local people to live fulfilling lives, please share them with us on the 'Ideas' tab below.
  • Click on the Survey below to answer some questions about the Strategy. There are two Surveys;
  • Take part in our engagement events listed under the 'Key dates'.

Please complete one or both.

The consultation will close at 5pm on 26th September 2021.

If you have any questions, need any assistance taking part or would like to receive an alternative version of the content e.g. an easy read version, on paper, or to feedback another way please email:

SocialCareCo-Production@Southend.gov.uk

External link)

A summary of the outcome of the consultation will be published on the Your Say Southend Website.


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

a group of people look happy with their hands in the airAre you 18-65 and a resident in Southend?

Do you, or someone you care for have a disability, a learning disability or mental health needs?

If so, we want to hear your views on Southend's 5-year strategy for working-age adults (18-65) called Living Well.

Commissioners at Southend Borough Council have previously spoken with several groups of adults to put together this first version of what is needed to improve the lives of working age (18-65) adults in Southend?

The 5 priority themes for this strategy are:

1.The importance of promoting healthy and active lifestyles.

2. The prevention of hospital and care admissions.

3. To deliver health, care, and housing in a joined-up way to promote independence.

4. For people to remain part of and be active within their communities.

5. Integrated person-centered services putting people and their support networks at the centre of their health and care.


How can you get involved?

We want you to join in the conversation and your comments and ideas will be considered when we write the final version of the Living Well Strategy.

  • If you have your own ideas about how adult social care can support local people to live fulfilling lives, please share them with us on the 'Ideas' tab below.
  • Click on the Survey below to answer some questions about the Strategy. There are two Surveys;
  • Take part in our engagement events listed under the 'Key dates'.

Please complete one or both.

The consultation will close at 5pm on 26th September 2021.

If you have any questions, need any assistance taking part or would like to receive an alternative version of the content e.g. an easy read version, on paper, or to feedback another way please email:

SocialCareCo-Production@Southend.gov.uk

External link)

A summary of the outcome of the consultation will be published on the Your Say Southend Website.


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

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