The Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2014-2018 has now been published.
Health and wellbeing is an issue relevant to all residents of Warwickshire. Good health and wellbeing allows people to enjoy a good quality of life, maximise their potential and be active members of a community.
To access the Report on the Consultation Process, click here.
The Health and Wellbeing Strategy was fed into by an extensive evidence review. The chapter specific evidence reviews can be found below.
Health and Wellbeing Strategy Review – Working Together
Health and Wellbeing Strategy Review – Promoting Independence
Health and Wellbeing Strategy Review – Community Resilience
The Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Board provides a countywide approach to improving local health and social care, public health and community services so that individuals, service-users and the public experience more ‘joined up’ care. The Health and Wellbeing Board is also responsible for leading locally on tackling health inequalities.
Looking after the health and wellbeing of the population of Warwickshire is not the responsibility of one single body. Statutory and non-statutory organisations, including the voluntary sector, across the county all play a part in impacting on our health and wellbeing and influencing our behaviour. The Health and Wellbeing Strategy provides Warwickshire residents and organisations with a picture of what the Health and Wellbeing Board, through its members and wider partners, will need to deliver over the next 5 years and how we will work together to achieve this.
The Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Board has agreed three priorities that will inform how we will work together, develop actions and report on our progress on improving the health and wellbeing of Warwickshire.