Your views are central to how we build a local system that promotes and enables good physical and mental health; helps people to help themselves stay well; offers excellent treatment when they do require health or care services; and supports people and communities to thrive.
Our Shaping Health and Care events are your opportunity to come together with a diverse group of local people including patients, Patient Participation Group representatives, voluntary organisations, community groups and strategic partners to discuss how we can best meet the health needs of our local communities.
We are excited to announce our spring Shaping Health and Care events, which will be held in Seaford and Ore.
Last time we tested out a new format to the day, providing a range of sessions and inviting you to choose the topics which really matter to you. You told us this worked really well for you so we are doing it again this time. We’re running informative workshops on topics such as urgent care services (111, out of hours and appointments and walk-in centres), mental health, hospital discharge and early help services (youth work, family support and children’s centres). You’ll also hear the latest developments in local health and care from senior leaders, and have a chance to find out more about services near you.
Shaping Health and Care – Seaford
Tuesday 1 May 2018, 1.00 – 2.45 (registration from 12.30)
Seaford Baptist Church, Belgrave Rd, Seaford BN25 2EE
Follow this link to book your place: bit.ly/SeafordSHC18
Join us after the Seaford event in a health walk to the Health and Social Care Matters event at Seaford Library, where you will be able to talk to local health and social care providers about services available to you.
Shaping Health and Care – Ore
Thursday 10 May 2018, 10.30 – 12.30 (registration from 10.00)
The Bridge Community Centre, 361 Priory Rd, Hastings TN34 3NW
Follow this link to book your place: bit.ly/OreSHC18
In the meantime, you can read all about previous Shaping Health and Care events over on our Past Events page and if you haven’t already done so, sign up to the monthly newsletter to get all the latest news and information.
We hope to see you there!