Kingsbury, Coleshill and Arley
Polesworth, Atherstone and Hartshill
JSNA place-based approach
- Warwickshire County Council (WCC) and partners carry out Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNA) to establish the health and social care needs of the Warwickshire population.
- The JSNA is a really useful tool which is accessed both by teams within the county council and other stakeholders to inform commissioning decisions, ensuring the services are well-placed to help the people who need them most.
- In 2015-18, the JSNA areas of focus were five key themes; mental health, carers, physical wellbeing, vulnerable young people, and long-term conditions. Moving forward, the JSNA will take a place-based approach, focusing on 22 geographic areas with population sizes between 30,000 and 50,000.
- This will provide an even more accurate picture of life in local communities and will help inform service planning and delivery for Warwickshire County Council and its partners.
Wave 1 – North Warwickshire Geographies
|Polesworth, Atherstone and Hartshill||Cllr Bell (NWBC/WCC)||Rachel Robinson|
|Kingsbury, Coleshill and Arley||Cllr Bell (NWBC/WCC)||Rachel Robinson|
JSNA place-based profiling tool
This is a pilot of a programme of place-based needs assessments approved by the Warwickshire Health & Wellbeing Board to inform the strategic planning of local services.
The Atherstone needs assessment covers the Atherstone North, Atherstone Central and Atherstone South & Mancetter wards. It provides an overview of the demographics of the Atherstone population along with local data on health; social care; education; employment & income; crime & community safety; road safety & transport; environment & technology; and services. The report has been used by stakeholders in Atherstone to produce a list of recommendations to address issues raised and improve outcomes in the area. An action plan has been drafted and once agreed will be published on the JSNA website.
Atherstone Place-based Needs Assessment (PDF 5.15 MB)