Developing an Older People's Strategy for Oxfordshire 2019 - 2023

The new Oxfordshire’s Older People’s Strategy will outline how all health and care organisations across Oxfordshire will work together to help you stay as fit and healthy as possible for as long as possible; and, if you need more help, how we will ensure we work together to support your needs.

Can you help?

Once we know what is important to you as you grow older, we can plan to make sure your priorities are met. The previous strategy ended in 2016 and we would like your help to develop a new Older People’s Strategy that will run from 2019 to 2023.

Developing the new strategy

We want to work with you throughout the development of the new strategy. Part of this first stage, is to get your input and to evaluate what we already know and what people have already told us; to understand what is important to people as they prepare for old age. A group of patients/service users and members of the public are currently helping us review all the information we have collected over the years

How can you help shape the strategy?

We are asking anyone who might be interested, including professionals and older people, to complete this questionnaire so we have your thoughts and ideas at this early stage.

To answer the survey please click on the following link.  It will take you to Talking Health where the survey is hosted:  Click here

This consultation has now closed.

Timeline

  • Opened
    27 Jul 2018 at 17:00
  • Closed
    3 Sep 2018 at 09:00
  • Response Published

Details

Contact Name Lynn Smith
Contact Email Address lynn.smith@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Contact Phone Number 07881311687
Contact Postal Address Engagement Team
Oxfordshire County Council
New Road
Oxford
OX1 1ND
Contact Details

Consultation Topic Health, Social care
Target Audience Oxfordshire residents, Families and parents, Older people , Carers, Black and minority ethnic people, People with a learning disability, People with a physical disability, People with a sensory disability , People with mental health issues, Councillors, Public sector organisations, Voluntary organisations and community groups
Geographical Area Banbury, Bicester, Kidlington and Yarnton, Oxford City, Benson, Berinsfield and Wallingford, Chalgrove, Thame Watlington and Wheatley, Goring and Henley, Didcot, Abingdon, Faringdon, Grove and Wantage, Burford and Carterton, Charlbury, Chipping Norton and Woodstock, Witney