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Health Social Care & Well-being Strategy for Rhondda Cynon Taff

Friday, 31 December 2010
WE NEED YOUR VIEWS!             
YOUR CHANCE TO COMMENT!
 
The Health, Social Care and Well-being (HSCWB) Partnership in Rhondda Cynon Taff  (which involves Cwm Taf Health Board, RCT County Borough Council and representatives of the Third Sector and community groups) is consulting on a new HSCWB Strategy. We want to know what you think about it. Have we identified the right things to focus on or are there any issues you feel we have overlooked?
 
The Health, Social Care & Well-being Strategy is a three year plan for RCT. It will cover the period 2011-2014 and will show how we will drive forward improvements in the health and well-being of our local population. This is our third strategy and builds on the achievements we have made together since 2005.
 
The Strategy is not just about treating and caring for people who are ill, although that is an important element, it is also about keeping everyone fit and independent, helping people to participate fully in life. It addresses a broad range of factors that influence health and wellbeing including employment, housing and transport as well as considering the specific needs of groups such as older people and people with mental health problems.
 
The draft Strategy document is available on line for you to read, together with a questionnaire for you to complete to give us your views and comments. You can email your reply back to us at deb.griffiths@wales.nhs.uk or send a hard copy to
 Cwm Taf Health Board
FREEPOST RRBH-TBTT-SBRT
Ynysmeurig House
Navigation Park
Abercynon CF45 4SN     
 
The consultation on the new Strategy will run from 30th December 2010 to 25TH March 2011. There will be a range of public meetings and events over the coming months for you to find out more.
 
For more information, contact the Health and Well-being Team on 01443 744800 or at deb.griffiths@wales.nhs.uk
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