Bristol City Council has drafted a City Centre Framework document for consultation. The Framework sets out aspirations for how people access and move around the city centre. It also covers new development and enhancing public spaces, with a focus on Bristol Shopping Quarter, Old City, Castle Park, North Redcliffe and the gateway into the city from the M32.
Pop-up exhibitions to raise awareness of the consultation are planned as follows:
20 April – St Nicholas Night Market, St Nicholas Market, Glass Arcade, Corn Street 2pm to 5pm
23 April – Citizen Service Point, 100 Temple Street 10am to 1pm
28 April – Junction 3 Library, Baptist Mills Court, Easton 3.30pm to 6.30pm
South Gloucestershire is faced with a growing ageing population over the next 5-20 years as life expectancy increases and people from the post-war ‘baby boom’ reach old age. The likelihood of being disabled and receiving care increases with age.
South Gloucestershire Council and partners are working together to review autism services and wider community aspects related to autism. As part of this they want to understand your experience of autism in South Gloucestershire to develop the recommendations for the autism needs assessment.
The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete and will be open until Wednesday 21 March.
You can find the survey by following this link: http://bit.ly/2FAgM5M
Please share with anyone that has any experience of Autism that you think could have an input into this assessment.
Sense launched a new campaign called When I’m Gone, which is focused on ensuring long term support for disabled people and their families. With traction already building via social media, there will be yearlong series of activities, campaigning, and regional events planned.
People currently in receipt of a personal health budgets or integrated personal budget (combining health and social care funding) will be able to share their experiences of a personal health budget in a survey being run by NHS England. Open until 31st April, all survey responses will be anonymised and used to help improve how personal health budgets are offered in England.
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (BNSSG CCG) will be producing an urgent care strategy which will set out their future plans for commissioning urgent and emergency care across the whole area. The CCGs’ aim is to ensure that their population has access to the best care from the right person in the best place and at the right time.
There will be a workshop to capture local people’s thoughts and the reasons for choosing a particular urgent and / or emergency care service. The aim is to highlight areas where the system is not working and where the patient and carer experience is poor, as well as identifying the areas where urgent and emergency care services are working well.
Update: If you can’t attend the meeting on 21st March, but would like to feed into this important strategy, please fill out the following short survey: BNSSG Urgent Care Strategy Survey
Details of the workshop are:
Date: Wednesday 21 March 2018 Start & Finish Time: 10 am until 12 noon Venue: Brook Way Activity Centre, Brook Way, Bradley Stoke, BS32 9DA (Meeting Rooms A&B)
To book, contact: Pennie Jones, Patient & Public Involvement & Equalities Officer
Tel No: 0117 9474441 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monica Rudston who runs the Henleaze Carers Group has asked Carers Support Centre to extend the invitation to their 12th April carers group to all carers who might like to come along, even if from outside of the BS9 area, as they have an MP visiting. Here is the information, if you would like to attend this really interesting sounding meeting.