Bins & waste
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
State of health
Statistics on this topic on the
people and disabilities
independent living strategy
(DWP, DT, DH, DCSF, CLG, DIUS, office for disability issues, 2008) and the
to consultation on the strategy
Putting people first
sets out the shared aims and values which will guide the transformation of adult social care, enabling people to live their own lives as they wish, using high quality, safe services which promote their own individual needs for independence, well-being and dignity.
a vision for adult social care
: capable communities and active citizens (2010)
Caring for our future: reforming care and support
provides a vision for social care with proposals for a reformed care and support system, structured around outcomes for the people who use services and their carers.
The vulnerable person’s housing strategy
for Northumberland covers housing for people in need of community care or support services, assesses their need for housing and the priorities for addressing this.
Adults with hearing impairments
Adults with visual impairments
End of life & carers
In-house services (mostly for people with learning disability)
JSNA guidance for eye health
People isolated & excluded
People of working age with physical disabilities
People with autism
People with learning disabilities
People with mental health difficulties
Policy & legislation - Northumberland
Short-term support services
Sight loss data toolkit
What will be done differently?
Why has this been identified as a priority?