Social Care & Well-being Coordinator
Tredomen Business Park,
Tel: 01443 864679
Health, Social Care & Well Being Achievements for each Objective (736.05 KB, PDF)
Creating An Active Caerphilly Strategy 2011-2014 (11.46 MB, PDF)
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Health, Social Care and Well-Being in one of the four key themes within the Caerphilly County Borough Community Strategy.
Health, Social Care and Well-being is about improving the health of local people, and making sure that we can get treatment and help when we need it. This means we can learn how to be healthier and make changes in our own lives to prevent ill health. It also means local organisations that provide treatment and care must work together, to make sure their services are delivered smoothly and have the best results for the people they are helping.
Over the years there have been a number of national strategies that have been influential in terms of Health, Social Care & Well-Being. Some of these are:
The agenda is challenging, so it has been necessary to go through an inclusive process of prioritisation to determine specific areas to be tackled by partners over the life of the Health, Social Care and Well-Being Strategy. By working together on these key areas it is anticipated that tangible benefits will be achieved and improved outcomes delivered for local people that will improve their health, social care and well-being.
To reduce health inequalities by tackling the effects of deprivation and the wider determinants of health
Improve public health by promoting factors that contribute to healthy lifestyles and well being
To expand and develop community based health and social care services to enable people to live safe, fulfilled lives, that are as active as possible
To enable independent living in local communities, through appropriate support mechanisms for individuals, families and carers
To develop and strengthen preventative work and service provision for vulnerable children, adults and their carers