Here are other engagement opportunities and consultation that we think may be of interest to you.
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Conwy County Borough Council - County Conversation
We are holding a series of events for different well-being topics in order to gain community views to inform our future Corporate plan.
- Housing - 6 September 2021, 2 to 4pm
- Education & Skills - 13 September 2021, 4 to 6pm
- Economy - 14 September 2021, 11.30am to 1.30pm
- Culture, Language & Heritage - 17 September 2021, 9.30 to 11.30am
- Environment - 29 September 2021, 2 to 4pm
- Feeling Safe - 1 October 2021, 2 to 4pm
- Healthy & Active - 4 October 2021, 2 to 4pm
- Voice, feeling included & listened to - 7 October 2021, 2 to 4pm
To find out more about the County Conversation and register for an event, go to Help us shape the future and join the conversation
Not online or can’t make any of the dates?
You can also share your views with us by answering a short questionnaire which is available now on our consultation webpage or in our libraries (close date is 18th October 2021).
Childcare Sufficiency Assessment 2022- 2026 Consultation with Employers
Conwy County Borough Council is required to consult with stakeholders and employers as part of their statutory duty under the Childcare Act 2006. In order to do this we are currently conducting a Childcare Sufficiency Assessment (CSA) to help shape the future of childcare for working parents in Conwy.
It is important to consider the views of employers on how improvements to childcare could help our local workforce. We would therefore appreciate you taking the time to answer this short questionnaire to help us with planning the future of childcare in the area.
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Please complete this survey by no later than the 26th November 2021.
Living Healthier Staying Well - strategy refresh
The Health Board will embark on a period of more formal engagement to support the ongoing work to refresh our long term strategy Living Healthier, Staying Well from Wednesday 15th September to Wednesday 27th October 2021, following what has been an extremely challenging year for everyone due to COVID-19. We want to ensure that we are focusing on the right things as we emerge from the pandemic.
Since we produced Living Healthier, Staying Well, Welsh Government has published A Healthier Wales. This sets out the ambition for health and social care services to work more closely together and has a much greater emphasis on keeping people healthy and well.
We want to check therefore that our long term strategy for health and well-being is on the right track, as it will inform the development of our Integrated Medium Term Plan (IMTP) and provide a framework for the development of our Clinical Services Plan. Please see our discussion document attached.
Non-Emergency Ambulance Transport Service
We would like to know more about your experience whilst using the Non-Emergency Ambulance Transport Service.
Your views are very important to us and enables us to establish what we are doing well and helps us in making any improvements.
To take part simply click the link below and answer the questions.
Thank you in advance!
To take the survey please click here.
North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner
They need to know what crime issues young people think are most important and what the police should deal with as a priority.
They also want to ensure that young people have a say in shaping future services and how money is spent.
Tell us about your experience of leaving hospital
The British Red Cross is carrying out research on hospital discharge (leaving hospital) in Wales, which seeks to understand the impact of changes made since the start of May 2020, to meet increasing demands on health and social care services. The aim is to learn from the experiences of hospital discharge during this time and ensure the NHS is better prepared to support patients leaving hospital in the future.
As part of this research, the British Red Cross are interested in the experiences of:
- Patients aged 18 years or over living in Wales who have left hospital following short term treatment of a serious illness or injury (not including maternity services) since the start of May 2020; or
- Those who look after (or care for) someone who has who have left hospital following short term treatment of a serious illness or injury (not including maternity services) during this time.
If this applies to you, you are invited to take part in an online survey about your experience.
Your link to the survey is www.opinionresearch.co.uk/BRC_Hospital_Discharge_Survey
It should take approximately 10 minutes to complete, and you have until 18th October to take part.
Assessing the impact of coronavirus on the mental health and emotional well-being of the population of Wales - Wales Wellbeing
We are running a series of surveys which aim to look at the impact of coronavirus on the mental health and emotional wellbeing of the population of Wales.
The findings of the study will help the NHS in Wales to understand the issues affecting the population and will shape support services so that they can meet the needs of the Welsh population.
This research will also help the NHS in Wales to track the wellbeing needs of the population over the different stages of the Coronavirus pandemic. Our findings from this, and future surveys, will be available on this website in coming weeks.