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Freedom leisure active communities consultation

Have Your Say! With Freedom Leisure

As a not-for profit organisation, developing local activity programmes, we want YOU to have YOUR SAY by completing a very simple 5-minute online survey ( link below). By selecting the area you live in and completing a number of multiple choice questions, we want to know what you want from us in your local area. Whether it’s a brand new activity programme, parent & toddler activities, free activity sessions, sport-specific activities or just to find out more, we want to hear from you.

Healthwatch Staffordshire - Care Navigation survey

The Primary Care Team at the CCG have commissioned Healthwatch Staffordshire to conduct a patient engagement survey on Active Signposting (also known as ‘Care Navigation’) across South and East Staffordshire.  Active Signposting can have a valuable impact in helping patients/carers see the most appropriate professional or service first time.  We recognise all of the hardwork of Receptionists across the area to help patients and carers.

The General Election and its impact on the NHS in Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent

The General Election will take place on Thursday 12 December, with Parliament expected to dissolve during the week beginning Monday 4 November.



This signifies the start of the pre-election period known as ‘purdah’, which places specific restrictions on the use of public resources and the communication and engagement activities of public bodies, including all NHS organisations.



During the pre-election period, there should be:

Call for Evidence for the Statutory Guidance Review

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has opened a consultation to inform the upcoming Statutory Guidance Review for Local Authorities on providing youth services 

The government is revising the guidance relating to Section 507B of the Education and Inspections Act, which sets government expectations of (upper tier) local authorities when they are securing services and activities for young people, and want evidence from young people, local authorities, youth sector organisations and other interested parties before the closing date of 23:59 on 30th November 2019.

A Voice for Adults with Learning Disabilities and Autism

Currently those in Staffordshire with learning disabilities or autism have no method of formally expressing their joint views to the County Council on all the many issues that affect them.  Their most powerful advocates – parents or carers – also have to act as individuals rather than having any forum in which they can discuss issues of concern with the local authority.  Yet the County Council continues to be the most significant single organisation influencing whether this group can make the most of their lives in our local communities.  We want to tackle this deficit.  We are looking for

The Together We're Better Listening Events

"The Together We're Better, Staffordshire Health and Care Partnership has been out and about across the county listening to local people's feedback about their experiences of health and care services and how they could be improved.

Two webinars have been organised to offer an opportunity to people who could not attend our listening events to share their views. The webinars will include an expert panel, live discussions and an opportunity to ask questions.

Residents in Lichfield can have their say on the changes to Trauma and Orthopedics, and Gynecology services

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust are considering reorganising some of its adult services across Solihull, Good Hope and Heartlands hospitals to improve outcomes and reduce waiting times for patients. The specific services that the Trust would like to make changes to are Trauma and Orthopedics, and Gynecology services.  They have identified that residents within the Lichfield locality could be affected by this as patients of one of the above hospitals.