Adult Social Care
Adult Social Care Local Account
Cost of Care Reports
These documents have been produced in accordance with the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) “Market sustainability and fair cost of care fund 2022 to 2023: guidance”. These documents were submitted to the DHSC on 15 October 2022.
Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy
The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy is the key strategic document to promote health and wellbeing in the Borough. It is produced by the Health and Wellbeing Board and influences the commissioning plans of the partner organisations.
Knowsley Health Inequalities Framework
The purpose of this framework is to outline the principles to be considered in all Council and partner policies and strategies to reduce health inequalities in the Borough.
Knowsley's Public Health Annual Report 2014-15
The Director of Public Health is required to produce an independent annual report on the health and wellbeing of their population highlighting key issues.
This year’s annual report is the second in a series of four life course themed reports. “Grow Well”, covers children and young people aged 5 to 19 years old. The report covers key facts and figures for this stage along with recommendations for implementation during 2015/16. The accompanying statistical compendium contains a more detailed overview of the health statistics for the borough.
Knowsley's Public Health Annual Report 2013-14
Knowsley's Public Health Annual Report 2012-13
Maternal Health Strategy
This strategy presents a vision for achieving optimal maternal health
A number of other health and social care related documents are also listed below.
Nursing and residential care strategy and market position statement
Vulnerable adults strategy
Adult social care - Privacy notice
On the below link you will be able to find our Adult Social Care Privacy Notice; this outlines everything you need to know including the types of information collected, who it will be shared with, how long it is kept, how it is stored, what rights you have to your data and how you can find further information related to protection of your data.
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