Public Consultation on Proposed Adult Transport Policy

What is this Consultation about?

Warwickshire County Council is consulting on a proposed new Transport Policy for Adult Social Care customers.  The Policy will replace the existing informal policies to provide transport routinely for customers who have been assessed as having certain social care needs which are eligible for funding from the Warwickshire Council.

The policy will introduce eligibility criteria for transport which take account of the national social care eligibility criteria introduced by the Care Act 2014.

The consultation period runs from 20th September to 15th November 2017. All consultation responses will be analysed and a report will be published and presented to Warwickshire County Council for a final decision in January 2018.

The proposed policy is planned for implementation on 1st April 2018.

Why is Warwickshire County Council consulting?

We are seeking views on the proposed policy from current transport customers and their carers; day services customers and their carers; children and young people in transition to adult services and their carers; children leaving care and transitions teams; Warwickshire County Council staff and the general public. The consultation will be used to inform the final version of the policy.

 Why is Warwickshire County Council introducing an Adult Transport Policy? 

The aim of the policy is to introduce a fair and consistent way of offering transport and meeting the needs of those who need the service the most. By introducing eligibility criteria, the policy aims to empower customers and promote independence.  The proposed changes will also help to contribute towards savings in the costs of providing this service.

Why have a transport policy?

The purpose of having a policy is to provide a fair and consistent approach to the provision of transport support for customers, which also fits with Warwickshire County Council’s strategic aims and outcomes for Adult Social Care. The policy describes how transport will generally be provided for customers whose care and support needs are being met by the County Council. It sets a distinct set of criteria, which Social Care Assessors will use to determine whether an individual should be provided with local authority assisted transport as part of a care and support plan.

Assisted Transport is transport arranged or provided by Warwickshire County Council using taxis, minibuses and volunteer drivers, for people whose care and support needs are met by the Council. It helps people who need support to access day opportunities, respite care, leisure services, employment and training opportunities and other activities in the community.

The policy applies to all adults aged 18 years and above who access care and support provided directly or commissioned by Adult Social Care, and/or are in receipt of direct payments, in any of the following categories:

  • Older People’s Services
  • Physical Disability and Sensory Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Learning Disability Services

This policy does not cover travel assistance for customers under the age of 25 who need assistance to travel to and from education establishments, for which more details can be found in the Home to School / College Transport Policy.

What are the key proposals in the policy?

The key aim of the proposed policy is to ensure that people travel as independently and safely as possible. It seeks to promote independent travel through the use of commonly available transport, such as public transport and private or motability vehicle, and by encouraging walking, or mobilising with the use of aids, either independently or with support. This policy introduces a systematic approach to meeting the transport needs of eligible customers with the aim of moving away from the routine use of assisted transport. During social care assessments and Care and Support planning, all relevant transport options will be considered and Assisted Transport will be offered as a last resort where appropriate to needs and circumstances.

Proposal 1

Eligibility for transport will be based on an initial social care assessment and considered through the annual review.

This is in accordance with The Care Act 2014 and associated Regulations and statutory guidance which provide the legal framework for the assessment of social care and support needs and for determining eligibility for adult social care support from the Council with effect from 1st April 2015.

This proposal is also in accordance with The National Assistance Act (section 29) and the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act (section 2) together require local authorities to arrange various welfare services – including providing or assisting with facilities for travel – where they are satisfied that it is necessary to do so to meet the needs of disabled people.

Proposal 2

The policy sets out clear eligibility criteria which specify the grounds on which transport may be provided and the grounds on which it will not usually be provided.

Transport may be provided where:-

  • For specific health and safety reasons specialised transport arrangements may be necessary.
  • A customer is unable to access services without supervision or support.
  • Where applicable, the lower rate mobility element of Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment is being fully utilised to support the customer’s transport needs to and from community activities, and the customer has re-applied for a higher rate of benefit entitlement where appropriate.
  • A customer has no access to transport and cannot mobilise, use assisted mobility (wheelchair/aids) or use public transport, either independently or with support, in line with this transport policy.
  • A customer cannot attend their nearest community activity including college or a day opportunity because there is no placement available or their culturally specific need cannot be met and all other options have been explored and exhausted. This may be on a temporary basis until an appropriate place is found nearer to home.

Transport will not be provided where the following options are available:-

  • Where a customer is assessed as able to mobilise safely to their destination, with or without mobility aids, either independently or with support from family, friends, support worker, volunteer etc. to get to a local community activity. Where a customer can use public transport, voluntary transport, or similar services either independently or with support (family, friends, carer, support worker etc.) to get to and from community activities. •
  • Where a customer receives the higher rate mobility element of Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment, the customer will be required to fully utilise the benefit to access transport options.
  • Where a customer has access to a private car, including a car leased through the Motability scheme, then they will be required to travel to the community activity independently using that vehicle.
  • Where a customer uses their own vehicle or Motability car, no petrol costs or other expenses will be considered for funding by the department.
  • Where a customer chooses to attend community, social or recreational, or education facilities which are not the nearest available recourse to meet their assessed need, the customer will be expected to travel independently or meet any additional cost of transport considered necessary.

Proposal 3

Entitlement to assisted transport does not automatically mean that the customer will have a requirement to be escorted on their journey. This will need to be considered as part of the initial social care assessment and considered through the annual review.

Proposal 4

For existing customers who will no longer be entitled to assisted transport under the Policy, their circumstances will be considered on an individual basis. A transitional period of up to one month may be offered to support them to travel independently or to make use of alternative arrangements following their re-assessment/annual review.

Proposed implementation of the policy

If approved, the proposed implementation date for new customers will be 1st April 2018.

For existing customers receiving Warwickshire County Council travel assistance the Policy will apply at the time of their next reassessment or review after 1st April 2018.

How can I take part in the consultation?

You can take part in the public consultation in the following ways:

  • Online – by completing the consultation survey HERE
  • In person – by attending the public consultation events listed below
  • In writing – by emailing AdultTransportConsultation@warwickshire.gov.uk or by completing and returning the survey (or the user friendly survey) included in the links at the bottom of this page. Please return to:

 Musa Bhayat, Integrated Disability Commissioner

Strategic Commissioning, People Group

Warwickshire County Council

Saltisford Business Park

Building 2, Ansell Way

Warwick

CV34 4UL

  • Paper based survey – You can pick up a paper based survey at your local day centre.

Following the end of the consultation we shall publish the results and this may include quotes of comments which will be anonymous. If you reply to an anonymous survey then no personal details will be captured. 

Information you provide in any additional correspondence to our surveys and consultations, including personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, including your contact details, please tell us why, but be aware that, under the Freedom of Information Act, we cannot always guarantee confidentiality. 

If you would like further information, visit our website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy or contact our Customer Service Centre on 01926 410410

Public Consultation Events

Public consultation events will take place at the following venues:

  • Individual Support Solutions (ISS), Powell House, Church Street, Nuneaton CV11 4DS (24th October, 1pm – 3pm)
  • Avon Support, Western Rd, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 0AH, (12th October 1.30pm – 3.30pm)
  • Caldwell Grange, Donnithorne Avenue, Nuneaton CV11 4QJ (3rd October 1.30pm – 3.30pm)
  • Individual Support Solutions (ISS) Rugby 37 Albert St, Rugby CV21 2SG, (17th October 10am – 12noon)

The closing date for responses to the consultation is 15th November 2017.

Following the consultation all results will be analysed and included in a report to Warwickshire County Council’s Cabinet to assist them in making a decision.

Related documents:

Adult Transport Policy Consultation Document

Adult Transport Policy Survey Questions

Proposed Adult Social Care Transport Policy

Easy Read Documents

Adult Transport Policy Survey Questions EASY READ

Proposed Adult Transport Policy EASY READ

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Home to School Transport Consultation

What is the Home to School Transport Policy?

The Home to School Transport Policy aims to provide guidance for parents/carers, young people and young adults on transport assistance available for pupils aged 3 -25 years of age.

Why is Warwickshire County Council consulting?

Warwickshire County Council is considering a number of changes to the current Home to School Transport Policy. Parents/carers, children and young people, professionals and other members of the public are asked to comment on the proposals.

Why is the policy being changed?

The policy is being changed for a number of reasons:

  • To update the policy in light of recent legislation
  • To revise non-statutory duties
  • To ensure consistencies in the transport policy

All proposed changes are compliant with the Education Act 1996 and subsequent legislation.

What are the proposed key changes to the policy?

The proposed key changes to the policy are briefly set out below, further information on these proposals can be found in the Consultation Document here . Warwickshire County Council is consulting specifically on these changes.

  • Nearest Qualifying School
  • Unsafe Walking Routes – a list of the effected routes can be found in the Consultation Document here

We are aware that some routes are missing from this list, please bear with us whilst these are identified. We will contact any affected families directly in writing as soon as possible to clarify the situation.

  • SEN Transport Criteria
  • Medical Transport – Post 16
  • Passenger Assistants
  • Independent Travel Training
  • SEN Transport – Post 19

Please take the time to read the related documents below as they fully outline the proposals, the Frequently Asked Questions and Scenarios will help you to understand how these may affect you.

How can I take part in the consultation?

You can take part in the public consultation in the following ways:

By taking the survey HERE 

By emailing: transportconsultation@warwickshire.gov.uk

By attending a consultation drop-in event (details of all events can be found in the Consultation Document here .

The closing date for responses to the consultation is midnight on Thursday 2 November 2017.

Following the end of the consultation we shall publish the results and this may include quotes of comments which will be anonymous. If you reply to an anonymous survey then no personal details will be captured. 

Information you provide in any additional correspondence to our surveys and consultations, including personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, including your contact details, please tell us why, but be aware that, under the Freedom of Information Act, we cannot always guarantee confidentiality. 

If you would like further information, visit our website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy or contact our Customer Service Centre on 01926 410410

All consultation responses will be analysed and a report will be published and presented to the County Council for a final decision early in 2018.

Related documents:

Consultation Document

EIA

FAQs

Scenarios

Home to School Transport Policy

Leaflet

Post 19 Eligibility Criteria

Consultation on the proposal to increase capacity at Campion School

Introduction

This consultation is being undertaken to advise you of proposals concerning Campion School and to invite you to tell us what you think of the proposals. This is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the Governing Body. The proposal is:

  • To increase the capacity at Campion School from just over 5 forms of entry to 7 forms of entry from September 2019. From September 2019, the published admission number (PAN) will increase from 155 to 210 with each incoming year 7 cohort, meaning the overall capacity of the school in year groups 7 to 11 will gradually rise from 775 to 1,050 pupils.

Why Change?

The proposal to increase capacity at Campion School has been put forward to accommodate the forecast pressure on secondary school places in the Warwick and Leamington area from September 2019.  This is due to larger cohorts of primary age pupils moving through into secondary and the impact of large scale housing development in the area.

Building Consequences

This letter concerns the statutory process of increasing the capacity of the school in year groups 7 to 11 from 775 to 1,050.  This proposal will require some changes and extension to the school building.  However, this will be subject to a separate process and will be linked to the submission of an application for planning permission.

What is the proposed timetable?

  • March 2017: The County Council’s Cabinet gave approval for the proposal to go out for consultation
  • 6th September 2017 – 6th October 2017: Consultation with parents and the local community to take into account the views expressed regarding the proposals to increase in capacity.
  • 9th November 2017: If Cabinet agree to the proposals, the decision will be implemented with the expansion being completed in time for September 2019.

Have Your Say…

As an integral part of this process, we are inviting you to take part in this consultation. We welcome your views on the proposed changes raised in this letter and all viewpoints will be taken into account before deciding to publish formal proposals.

Feedback can be given in the following ways;

In writing to:

Access & Organisation

Building 3, Saltisford Office Park

Ansell Way

Warwick

CV34 4UL

Via E-mail:

consultations@warwickshire.gov.uk

or, by completing the following survey.

The closing date for comments is 6th October 2017

Appendices 

FAQs

Following the end of the consultation we shall publish the results and this may include quotes of comments which will be anonymous. If you reply to an anonymous survey then no personal details will be captured. If you would like further information, visit our website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy or contact our Customer Service Centre on 01926 410410
 
Information you provide in any additional correspondence to our surveys and consultations, including personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, including your contact details, please tell us why, but be aware that, under the Freedom of Information Act, we cannot always guarantee confidentiality. 

Consultation on the proposal to increase capacity at Newdigate Primary School

Introduction

This consultation is being undertaken to advise you of proposals concerning Newdigate Primary School and to invite you to tell us what you think of the proposals. This is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the Governing Body. The proposal is:

  • To increase the capacity at Newdigate Primary School from 315 pupils to 420 pupils (1.5 forms of entry to 2 forms of entry). The published admission number (PAN) will increase from 45 to 60, meaning the school will grow by 105 pupils across all year groups.

Why Change?

The proposed increase in capacity at Newdigate Primary School is related to the general rise in the population of primary aged pupils living in the planning area, which is the result of the higher birth rate in recent years and new housing being experienced by the County as a whole.

The schools across the planning area have been operating with between -3 and 3% surplus capacity over the last 3 years of intake.  The County Council has a statutory obligation to provide sufficient school places for all pupils and current projections indicate that additional capacity will be required in the area in the forthcoming years.  With Newdigate Primary School already taking several ‘bulge classes’, it is proposed that extra permanent places are provided at the school enabling the school to operate at two forms of entry on a formal basis.  Increasing the PAN to 60 will mean the school can operate as a 2 form entry primary school and there will not be a need to ‘mix classes’.

Building consequences

This letter concerns the statutory process of increasing the capacity from 315 to 420.  The school has undergone some refurbishment to accommodate the existing ‘bulge classes’ and any further changes or building works will be subject to a separate process and will be linked to the submission of an application for planning permission.  

What is the proposed timetable?

  • March 2017: The County Council’s Cabinet gave approval for the proposal to go out for consultation
  • 6th September 2017 – 6th October 2017: Consultation with parents and the local community to take into account the views expressed regarding the proposals to increase in capacity.
  • 9th November 2017: If Cabinet agree to the proposals, the decision will be implemented with the expansion being completed in time for September 2018.

Have Your Say…

As an integral part of this process, we are inviting you to take part in this consultation. We welcome your views on the proposed changes raised in this letter and all viewpoints will be taken into account before deciding to publish formal proposals.

Feedback can be given in the following ways;

In writing to:

Access & Organisation

Building 3, Saltisford Office Park

Ansell Way

Warwick

CV34 4UL

Via E-mail:

consultations@warwickshire.gov.uk

or, by completing the online survey

Deadline for comments is 6th October 2017

Appendices

FAQs

Following the end of the consultation we shall publish the results and this may include quotes of comments which will be anonymous. If you reply to an anonymous survey then no personal details will be captured. If you would like further information, visit our website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy or contact our Customer Service Centre on 01926 410410
 
Information you provide in any additional correspondence to our surveys and consultations, including personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, including your contact details, please tell us why, but be aware that, under the Freedom of Information Act, we cannot always guarantee confidentiality. 

Consultation on the proposal to increase capacity at Michael Drayton Junior School

Introduction

This consultation is being undertaken to advise you of proposals concerning Michael Drayton Junior School and to invite you to tell us what you think of the proposals. This is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the Governing Body. The proposal is:

  • To increase the capacity at Michael Drayton Junior School from 512 pupils to 600 pupils (4 forms of entry to 5 forms of entry). The published admission number (PAN) will increase from 128 to 150, meaning the school will grow by 88 pupils across all year groups.

Why Change?

The proposal to increase capacity at Michael Drayton Junior School has been put forward to accommodate the forecast pressure in year 3 places from September 2018.  This is due to a general rise in primary age pupils in recent years which have been initially accommodated by adding capacity at a local infant School.  

Building Consequences

This letter concerns the statutory process of increasing the capacity from 512 to 600.  This proposal will require some changes and extension to the school building.  However, this will be subject to a separate process and will be linked to the submission of an application for planning permission.  

What is the proposed timetable?

  • March 2017: The County Council’s Cabinet gave approval for the proposal to go out for consultation
  • 6th September 2017 – 6th October 2017: Consultation with parents and the local community to take into account the views expressed regarding the proposals to increase in capacity.
  • 9th November 2017: If Cabinet agree to the proposals, the decision will be implemented with the expansion being completed in time for September 2018.

Have Your Say…

As an integral part of this process, we are inviting you to take part in this consultation. We welcome your views on the proposed changes raised in this letter and all viewpoints will be taken into account before deciding to publish formal proposals.

Feedback can be given in the following ways;

In writing to:

Access & Organisation

Building 3, Saltisford Office Park

Ansell Way

Warwick

CV34 4UL

Via E-mail:

consultations@warwickshire.gov.uk

or, by completing the following survey.

The closing date for comments is 6th October 2017

Appendices 

FAQs

Following the end of the consultation we shall publish the results and this may include quotes of comments which will be anonymous. If you reply to an anonymous survey then no personal details will be captured. If you would like further information, visit our website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy or contact our Customer Service Centre on 01926 410410
 
Information you provide in any additional correspondence to our surveys and consultations, including personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, including your contact details, please tell us why, but be aware that, under the Freedom of Information Act, we cannot always guarantee confidentiality. 

Consultation on the proposal to extend the age range and increase capacity at High Meadow Infant School

Introduction

This consultation is being undertaken to advise you of proposals concerning High Meadow Infant School and to invite you to tell us what you think of the proposals. This is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the Governing Body. The proposal is:

  • To extend the age range of the school from 5 to 7 years old to 5 to 11 years old
  • To increase the capacity at High Meadow Infant School from 90 pupils to 210 pupils. The published admission number (PAN) will remain the same at 30.

Why Change?

High Meadow Infant School is the only infant school in the planning area. There are five primary schools in the planning area, and at present parents have to apply for a place in year 3 at Coleshill CofE Primary as though they were applying for a junior school. As this is not the ‘natural’ entry point for a primary school a year 3 place for High Meadow Infant School pupils cannot be guaranteed at Coleshill Primary School.

Increasing the age range at High Meadow Infant School would mean in September 2019 year 2 pupils would retain a place at High Meadow Infant until the end of year 6 making this a primary school with the pupils benefiting from the continuity of teaching and learning.

Building consequences

This letter concerns the statutory process of extending the age range of the school and increasing the capacity from 90 to 210.  This proposal would require some changes and extensions to the school building.  However, this will be subject to a separate process and will be linked to the submission of an application for planning permission.  

What is the proposed timetable?

March 2017: The County Council’s Cabinet gave approval for the proposal to go out for consultation

6th September 2017 – 6th October 2017: Consultation with parents and the local community to take into account the views expressed regarding the proposals to increase in capacity.

9th November 2017: If the Cabinet agree to the proposals, the decision will be implemented with the expansion being completed in time for September 2019.

Have Your Say…

As an integral part of this process, we are inviting you to take part in this consultation. We welcome your views on the proposed changes raised in this letter and all viewpoints will be taken into account before deciding to publish formal proposals.

Feedback can be given in the following ways;

In writing to:

Access & Organisation

Building 3, Saltisford Office Park

Ansell Way

Warwick

CV34 4UL

Via E-mail:

consultations@warwickshire.gov.uk

or, by completing the online survey.

The deadline for comments is 6th October 2017

Appendices

FAQs

Following the end of the consultation we shall publish the results and this may include quotes of comments which will be anonymous. If you reply to an anonymous survey then no personal details will be captured. If you would like further information, visit our website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/privacy or contact our Customer Service Centre on 01926 410410
 
Information you provide in any additional correspondence to our surveys and consultations, including personal information, may be disclosed in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998. If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, including your contact details, please tell us why, but be aware that, under the Freedom of Information Act, we cannot always guarantee confidentiality. 

Proposed Changes to Respite Charging

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire County Council is consulting customers on changing how residential respite is charged for. Currently residential respite is charged for under the residential charging rules. This means that:

  • We take into account the value of your home to determine your ability to pay.
  • We ensure that you retain your personal expenditure allowance (currently £24.90) a week income, but it is assumed that some costs such as food cease whilst you are in respite.
  • We determine a daily limit on charges.

We are proposing to amend this to charging under the community charging rules. This would mean that:

  • Your ability to pay is the same as for all of your other community services (where you receive them).
  • You retain the minimum income guarantee to meet your food and housing requirements; this varies depending on your age and circumstances but is usually between £131.75 and £189.00 per week.
  • We determine a weekly limit on charges.

We want to make this change because:

  • We recognise that respite is essential for many families in order to give breaks for family members who provide support.
  • We recognise that family finances are often mixed and that costs across the household may not change significantly when one member of the household is in respite care.
  • That the way that the ability is assessed may place strain on families in those circumstances and therefore reduce the usage of an important service.

We have looked at the impact of this change for customers. We found that:

  • We had community and residential financial assessments for 59% of customers (225 out of 382 customers who had accessed respite in the last year).
  • Using the information on those assessments, it suggested that 185 customers would have paid lower charges, 24 customers would have paid higher charges and 16 customers would not have seen any change.

In order to help you understand the impact of this change below are two examples of what the change could mean:

Example 1 – Bob

Bob receives State Retirement Pension and Pension Credit totalling £159.35 per week and his savings are £2,000.

Bob’s respite costs £500 a week

He would keep £24.90 per week for personal expenses meaning his assessed charge would be £134.45 per week for Residential Care. Bob attends respite for 4 weeks a year meaning he would be charged a total of £537.80 for that year.

Weekly financial assessment under current policy

Income – £159.35 per week

Less Allowance – £  24.90 per week

Charge – £134.45 per week

If he was charged under the community charging part of the charging policy, he would be assessed as unable to contribute towards the cost of his care because his income is lower than the community charging allowance he keeps towards everyday costs. Bob would therefore pay nothing for his respite stays and would save £537.80 a year.

Weekly financial assessment under community charging policy

Income  – £159.35 per week

Less Personal Allowance – £189.00 per week

Charge – £0.00 per week

Example 2 – Sue

Sue’s respite costs £420 per week (£60 per day); she has an occupational pension and savings of £30,000.

Due to the amount of savings Sue has she must pay the full cost for her stay (£60.00 per day).

Sue has two stays of two days in respite and so she pays £240 for those stays.

Sue’s community assessment also means she must pay the full cost for her stay because of her level of savings and so will continue to pay £240 and there is no change.

Please have your say by completing our short survey HERE.

This consultation will close on the 8th September 2017.

Warwickshire SEND information, advice and support services

What is this about?

Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities Information, Advice and Support. This independent service is also known as SENDIAS in Warwickshire. It used to be called Parent Partnership.

Warwickshire County Council is looking to re-tender these services after four years. We want to look at what works well and what could be done differently in the future. We want your help with this so we tender for the best services to meet the changing needs of children and young people with SEND and their families.

We have valuable feedback from people who use SENDIAS currently. However we want to find out what you think and feel is important for the next four years. This includes people who don’t use SENDIAS services at the moment.

Who is it for?

Young people with SEND, their parents/carers and professionals who work with them.

How can I have my say?

Answer the survey online
Go to the survey which uses Widgit symbols. The survey closes at the end of Friday 29 September 2017.

Healthwatch Warwickshire

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Why are we doing this consultation?

  • Warwickshire County Council (WCC) Public Health, currently commission local Healthwatch in Warwickshire. This service is currently provided by Healthwatch Warwickshire. The current service contract is due for renewal and therefore WCC are carrying out a consultation about this service with local people including key partners in health and social care, service users and their families and carers. The consultation period is 17th July – 22nd September 2017.  
  • This survey provides you with an opportunity to share your views and experiences of the local Healthwatch service and comment on possible future provision. The findings will be used to shape the new service which will be implemented in 2018.  We really value your input to ensure the service meets your needs.
  • For further information about the consultation, please contact phconsultations@warwickshire.gov.uk or call 01926 413751.

Dordon Community Questionnaire

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire County Council and other agencies are working together to undertake a survey about the people of Dordon and what the area is like. This will help understand any particular strengths or challenges within the community and support the community to make positive changes for the future.

Have your say here 

The results from the survey will be analysed by Warwickshire County Council. Personal information provided will be kept confidential.
Where you agree to provide your name and contact details in the consent section, these will only be used for the purposes you select.

The survey will close on the  Friday 28th July.