Harlow residents invited to share experience of social care

Communities / Tue 18th Nov 2014 at 04:06pm

RESIDENTS across Harlow are being asked to share their experiences and opinions to help improve and redesign services for frail older people and people living with a long term health condition.

Your views will be used to help develop better and more joined up health and social care services to meet people’s needs.

The survey is being conducted by Essex County Council on behalf of the following organisations:

Essex County Council
North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group
West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group
Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group
Basildon & Brentwood Clinical Commissioning Group
Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group

The survey is aimed at people who are currently using a wide range of health and social care services.

You will be asked about your current experiences and what could be done to improve services in future. All of the responses from the survey will be collated and summarised and no comments will be attributed to individuals.

Councillor Anne Brown, Essex County Council’s Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care, and Public Health and Wellbeing, said: “The information gathered will help all of the partner organisations to build plans for more effective and joined up community based health and social care services. Please use this opportunity to have your say and help us to shape the services of the future.”

The survey is open from now until 4 January 2015 and can be completed online at www.essexinsight.org.uk/consultations by selecting Better Care Fund consultation on joining up health and social care services.

Members of the public can also complete the survey over the telephone or request an alternative format by calling Healthwatch on 01376 572829 (between 10 am and 2 pm, Mondays – Fridays except public holidays).

For more information about the survey, call 01376 572829.

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