Population Needs Assessment

We prioritise population groups based on our Population Needs Assessment, which you can read here.

 

Learning disabilities

We know people experience learning disabilities in many different ways; and we aim to ensure their voices are heard so they can have greater ownership and control over their lives.

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Physical disabilities and sensory impairment

We want to ensure people with physical disabilities and sensory impairments (reduced or loss of sight, hearing or both) are empowered to make choices and feel part of their communities.

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Mental Health

We are looking at ways to support the mental health of people living in CTM. This includes improving systems to provide better services, and remove barriers and inequalities.

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Unpaid carers

We aim to ensure unpaid carers feel listened to and understood, and have access to up-to-date information, advice and services such as support groups.

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Children and young people

We want all children and young people to lead healthy and happy lives. To create a better future, we need to ensure their voices are heard.

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Older people

We are ensuring older people have the right information, advice and services, so they can make informed choices about their health & social care, and stay living independently for as long as possible.

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Autism

We are working in partnership with health, local authorities, the third sector, the Integrated Autism Service and The National Autism Team to improve services and support for people with autism.

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Dementia

We know living with dementia can be challenging, and we want to ensure people living with dementia feel supported and listened to.

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