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27.01.2022

Share your thoughts for a healthier Staffordshire.

 

 

Local people are being asked to join the conversation on a vision for a healthier Staffordshire.

The Staffordshire Health and Wellbeing Board has launched a public conversation on their new draft strategy to improve the health and wellbeing of people who live and work in the county. The strategy builds on what we know from the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), which has informed our priorities. It is important that we check this with local residents and organisations in Staffordshire, so this is your chance to have your say.

People are invited to share their thoughts and ideas on the draft strategy, which aims to tackle the underlying causes of poor health and wellbeing across the county.

The proposals in the strategy focus on four priority areas:

  • Health in early life
  • Good mental health
  • Healthy weight
  • Healthy ageing

The conversation launches  Friday 21 January and will be open until midnight on Sunday 20 February.

The Strategy and other relevant documents can be found here

Strategy –  Health and wellbeing strategy 2022 – 2027 – Staffordshire County Council

Conversation Page Public Conversation – Staffordshire County Council

The data (JSNA) – Staffordshire Observatory – Joint Strategic Needs and Assets Assessment 2021

 

People can get involved either by completing the online survey or by emailing their thoughts on the strategy to StaffsHWBB@Staffordshire.gov.uk

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