Older People's Strategy for Consultation: Living Longer, Living Better

 

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Living Longer, Living Better

A Draft Oxfordshire Older People’s Strategy 2019 – 2024 has been developed and we would like to hear your views

This strategy follows on from the 2013 - 2016 (extended to 2018) Oxfordshire Older People’s Joint Commissioning Strategy.  

The new vision and priorities were co-produced with a wide range of people whose work and lives the strategy affects. This included; m embers of the public, service users, patients and their families, clinicians, local councillors, commissioning and service managers and third sector organisations,

This strategy aims to create a new image of what it is to become older, to create a new focus on prevention that helps people live well for longer. It will help to ensure that people can remain independent for as long as possible by having access to the right support at the right time.

Oxfordshire County Council and Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, on behalf of the Oxfordshire System,  have worked in partnership to develop the strategy, ensuring that it is grounded in what people tell us matters most to them.

 

Download and read the draft Strategy

Answer the survey online

Print the survey and return to our freepost address

To support the Strategy, you can also download:

 

To request a copy of the Strategy and questions - please contact 01865 334638 or email josephine.wilkes@nhs.net  

 

If you run a group or community network and would like us to come and talk to you about the Strategy, please call us on 01865 334638.

 

 

Influence change in your local NHS - Tell us what you think

Please read the engagement activity document then respond to our online questionnaire.

Timeline

  • Opened
    7 Dec 2018 at 11:00
  • Closes
    1 Feb 2019 at 23:59
  • Response to be published

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Details

Topic Young people, Families, Older people, Carers, Mental health, Physical disabilities, Learning disabilities, Autism / Aspergers, Sensory Impairment, Long Term Conditions e.g. diabetes, neurological conditions, Cancer, Cardiac, Stroke, GP services, Public health issues e.g. smoking, weight management, Sexual health, Women's health issues, Men's health issues, Black, minority and ethnic health issues, Community Hospitals, Joint health and social care issues
Which locality (local area in Oxfordshire) is this for: Oxford City, North Oxfordshire, North East Oxfordshire, South West Oxfordshire, South East Oxfordshire, West Oxfordshire
Target Audience All residents, Children, Young people, Families and parents, Older people, Carers, GPs, Dentists, Pharmacists, Opticians, Staff, People with a disability, People with mental health issues, Councillors, Businesses, Public sector organisations, Charities, Community groups